As the crisis in Egypt continues to unfold, Twitter was occupied by Super Bowl commentary, fake Twitter handles, CPAC, and more. Here are some of our top tweets.
By Gabbi Baker
For all the hype, this year’s Super Bowl – from commercials to the half time show – seemed to be a letdown. At least Green Bay fans had a good Monday morning…
@topshelfwbj: If I could get Black Eyed Peas out of my head, this day could only get better, right?
#Egypt: While everyone wondered #reasonsmubarakislate & #whymubarakislate to address the world from Tahrir Square on Thursday, Kenneth Cole came under fire for using #Cairo in a tweet to promote his new spring collection.
@KennethCole: Millions are in uproar in #Cairo. Rumor is they heard our new spring collection is now available online at http://bit.ly/KCairo -KC
And speaking of fake Twitter accounts, Wednesday’s The New York Times gave us a great new game to play during our lunch breaks: “Who said this on Twitter?”
@dcjourno: For younger tweeps who haven’t heard of it, NY Times was the nation’s most respected publication before Politico began
Who said this on Twitter? A real D.C. journalist or someone else? Find the answer here!
Q: What’s the perfect end to a long day of obsessing over political minutiae in DC? A: #politicsandpints
The Washington Press Club Foundation’s Dinner (#WPCF) brought Members of Congress and members of the press together for a night of dinner and jokes (including some about the recent Rep. Chris Lee scandal) at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel.
As Conservatives gather in D.C. this week for #CPAC, our Twitter feeds are full of Sen. John Kyl, Rep. Paul Ryan, former Gov. Mitt Romney, and… Donald Trump?
To close out the week, Washington fashionistas are in New York this weekend for the much-awaited Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week. Keep an eye out as Washington Life gives you the up-close look at runway shows, new lines, and trendy parties over the weekend.