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January 8, 2010  
 
 
Southland Premiere!

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Last night we went to the Washington Antiques Show preview party, Phillips Gallery, a birthday party, and a BCS viewing party. But first we visited the National Museum of Crime and Punishment to salute Southland lead actor Michael Cudlitz.
 

Michael is here with WKYS DJ Cynnamixx, and this was snapped just before the DC premiere screening last night at the Park Hyatt. The fast-moving drama about the lives of cops, criminals, victims, and their families, formerly on NBC, will now air on TNT. 

Crime and Punishment Museum COO Janine Vaccarello with Michael. You can catch the commercial-free premiere next Tuesday.


Happy Birthday, Bill!

We also stopped by Cafe Milano to wish DC Sports Commissioner Bill Hall happy birthday. He’s in the middle, flanked by Washington Nationals VP Greg McCarthy and Councilmember Jack Evans, and by DC 50’s News Plus host Mark Segraves, Federal News Radio’s Amy Morris, and WTOP’s Mark Plotkin. Now we expect all our teams to get into playoffs this year!


Washington Antiques Show!

 

Sponsors and benefactors were the first to experience the Flights of Fancy of the 2010 Washington Antiques show last night at AU's Katzen Arts Center. We snapped Katie Gewirz, Amy Zantzinger, and Nell Shapiro.

 

Next year’s co-chairs, Kate Chartener and Debbie Winsor, are surrounded by Georgetown Hospital doctor Susan Ashcher and JM Zell’s Sharon Dougherty. Founded in 1955 to raise funds for children and families through the Thrift Shop Charities, it’s one of the country’s longest running antiques shows.

 

Representatives of the Society of the Cincinnati, presenting the exhibit: Jenna Chaojareon, Lindsay Borst, and Emily Schulz.

 

The Grande Finale’s Julie Beatty, and Federal Practice Group’s Robert Robinson, with his wife, who’s co-chairing today’s Antiques Show luncheon, Michaela Robinson.

 

Aimee Whitelaw, Northrop Grumman’s Robert Thompson, and previous chairs of the show, his wife Ann Thompson and Lucy Rhame. Featuring 44 premier dealers from across the US and Europe, the 55th Washington Antiques Show runs all weekend; details in Where to be Scene below.


Phillips!

 

The Phillips Collection was packed last night for its After 5:00 event held the first Thursday each month. We snapped Martin McMahon and Associates’ Christine Raino, The Rosen Group’s Laura Stevens, McMahon's Emily Cottrell, and (back) McMahon's Barbara Kubicz, and Bode & Grenier’s Tanya Fey. 

 

Guests enjoyed hors d’oeuvres, wonderful art, and music by pianist Allyn Johnson. Here: Public Citizen’s Alex Zaslow, Morgan Stanley’s Katie Kingman, and Ted Berry.


BCS Champs!

 

Last night, we also stopped by the third floor of Public Bar for a private viewing party to watch Texas vs. Alabama for the 2010 BCS Championship and snapped Formula Sports and Entertainment Group’s Jason Sickels with entrepreneur Amy Freeborn.

 

These Texas fans got pumped up in the fourth quarter, when it looked for a few minutes like they might win even without Colt McCoy: NIH’s Jen Barb, BASE Productions Jason Mergott, Deloitte’s Brian Leatherwood, party host LexisNexis’ Amanda Deatherage, and makeup artist Megan Riddle.


WHERE TO BE SCENE:

 
Thursday, January 21 from Noon – 1:30 PM, join Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business at the Bethesda Hyatt Regency for an afternoon information session. Its Executive Education department is having a lunchtime dine and learn for anyone interested in pursuing a Global MBA or Executive Master's in LeadershipRSVP

Friday, January 8, 11:00-00am-8:00PM: The Washington Antiques Show, at American University’s Katzen Arts Center 4400 Mass. Ave. NW. raises funds for families and children through the nonprofit Thrift Shop Charities. One of the country’s top shows: 44 antiques dealers sell everything from furniture to vintage jewelry in Flights of Fancy. Tickets $15 for a one-day pass and $25 for a three-day pass. Children under 12 free. Also Saturday 11 to 8, Sunday 11 to 5. www.washingtonantiques.org

Friday, January 8, 6:00pm-8:00pm, come to the Foundry Gallery (1314 18th St NW) for the Opening Reception for the exhibit: "A Deeper Reality" by artist Doris Kennedy. Free admission.

Friday, January 8, 6:00pm-8:00pm, Pepco's Edison Place Gallery (702 8th Street NW) welcomes guests to its Sculpture Now 2010 Opening Reception. Free admission: www.washingtonsculptors.org

Saturday, January 9 at 2:30pm, join the Choral Arts Society for a discussion at the Newseum featuring 2010 Humanitarian Award Recipient Charlayne Hunter-Gault. Tickets: General Museum Admission at www.newseum.org

Saturday, January 9 from 8:00 - 2:00 AM, join EarthEcho International for a cocktail reception to benefit the organization at BlackFinn Saloon, 1620 I St. NW. $10 donation includes free drink ticket and complimentary appetizers from 8 - 10 PM with a DJ at 10 PM. RSVP: victoria@vmpublicrelations.com

Saturday, January 8, from 8 to 10PM, Laugh Riot at the Hyatt, Live Standup Comedy Show at Bethesda Hyatt Regency Hotel, 7400 Wisconsin Ave, Bethesda, MD. $10 Cash Admission. www.StandupComedyToGo.com

Sunday, January 10 at 7:00pm, join the Choral Arts Society for its 22nd Annual Choral Tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. at the Kennedy Center.  Tribute will be co-moderated by ABC7 News Anchor Cynee Simpson and Rev. Juan Guthrie of Sargent Memorial Presbyterian Church.  Journalist Charlayne Hunter-Gault will receive the Humanitarian Award.  Tickets: $20 at www.choralarts.org

Monday, January 11 from 6:00-8:00 pm, join Heart’s Delight Young Professional Group – The New Vintage for an exclusive tasting of five wines from Castello Banfi with owner, Cristina Mariani-May on hand to discuss her wine. Cork Wine Bar (1720 14th Street NW) will be opening on a Monday just to host this event, so there will be wonderful food – perfect combination on a winter evening. All to raise money for the American Heart Association.  Tickets: $50 ($25 is tax-deductible) www.hdthenewvintage.org or call (703) 248-1720

Wednesday, January 13 – 6-8pm - Join the entire Bisnow team from across all our publications – Real Estate, Legal, Tech/Fed IT, Trade Associations/Non-Profit – for the first Bisnow Back to Business Total Schmoozarama at downtown hotspot, the Park at Fourteenth -920 - 14th St NW (14th & K). Network with top level business execs, enjoy open bar, and gourmet buffet. Crazy low price $39. Sign up now. Join us!

Heather Mahoney and Kristina D’Ambrosio contributed to today’s issue.

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