A monthly roundup of people we’d like to have over for drinks, food, and conversation—plus one person we definitely would not.
The Minnesota transplant has been named the new head of the Smithsonian’s Anacostia Community Museum.
NPR’s marketing chief spearheaded planning to change Morning Edition’s 40-year-old theme music.
A reporter for the conservative Washington Free Beacon, he’s led the pack in reporting on the NRA’s woes.
As Nancy Pelosi’s new chief of staff, she becomes, ex officio, one of Capitol Hill’s most powerful unelected officials.
He’s the driving force behind Moechella, a pop-up go-go event intended to protest gentrification in DC.
Unsuck DC Metro
Once a key chronicler of Metro’s troubles, the anonymous writer—exposed by WAMU as VOA staffer Matt Hilburn—has descended into conspiratorial paranoia.
Credits: Photo-illustration by John Ueland. Photograph of Adams by Brady Willette/Smithsonian. Photograph of Goldthwaite by Stephen Voss/NPR. Photograph of McCullough by Tom Williams/Getty. Photograph of Metro by Bonnie Jo Mount/Washington Post.
This article appears in the July 2019 issue of Washingtonian.