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The Weekly Round-up: January 15-22


An Officer And An Auction: Stars & Studs


For one magical evening the GI Film Group, in partnership with Sip with Socialites, will host an unforgettable event, the 2nd annual Officer and an Auction: Stars and Studs charity bachelor auction.

Held at the prestigious Embassy of Austria, the evening will include an open beer and wine barlive entertainment, sumptuous hand-passed appetizers, delicious desserts, celebrity guests, and a silent auction.

4th Annual Art Soiree Political Cartoon Exhibit



Kevin Kallaugher (KAL) is the editorial cartoonist for The Economist magazine of London and The Baltimore Sun.

After graduating from Harvard College with honors in 1977, Kevin embarked on a bicycle tour of the British Isles, where he joined the Brighton Basketball Club as a player and coach. After the club hit financial difficulties, Kevin drew caricatures of tourists in Trafalgar Square and on Brighton Pier. In March 1978, The Economist recruited him to become their first resident cartoonist in their 145 year history.

Event will feature live painting presentation by Mr. Kal during the night!


30th Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Breakfast

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The 30th Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Breakfast will be held at the JW Marriott Hotel on Pennsylvania Avenue. Proceeds from the Breakfast support the Joseph A. Beavers Scholarship. Each of five deserving high school graduates will receive a $10,000 scholarship, bringing them closer to their higher education aspirations.

Annual Media Ball – L2 Lounge


We invite you to celebrate the night away and create memories among old and new friends. We would personally like to raise our glasses to each and every one of you for supporting Men Against Breast Cancer and The Hot Spots Network. We look forward to you joining Men Against Breast Cancer and The Hot Spots Network and as always bring friends to indulge in the L2 experience.

Men Against Breast Cancer, the men in pink and blue, are partners in survival, side by side, with the women we love. Men Against Breast Cancer is the first and only national 501(C) 3 non-profit whose missions is to educate, empower and provide men the foundation needed to support their female loved ones suffering through breast cancer. This is highlighted with our awareness ribbon which is pink and blue—signifying that we are partners in survival.

The Hot Spots Network known in the DMV area as the premier provider of photography and video coverage and produces content for The Hot Spots Network. Our show has been seen on DC 50 Home of the CW in Washington DC, FOX, NBC4 and Washington Life TV.

WHERE: L2 Lounge DC (
3315 Cady’s Alley NW, Washington, DC 20007 (Between 33rd and 34th Street)
WHEN: Date: Saturday January 18th 2014
TIME: 8pm-3am



Sip & Swap with Sew. Stitch. Save

Sunday, January 19th, from 2-4pm we’re kicking off our Sew. Stitch. Save club with a good ol’ clothing swap in DC.

The lovely ladies of vintage & paper goods shop, Analog, are hosting our Sip & Swap.

We have a limited number of tickets & they MUST be purchased in advance – $5 + 5 garments gets ya in the door.

Sydney Leathers to release song called “Weinerizer”


Ok- it’s time to talk about Anthony Weiner’s sexting partner Sydney Leathers and how she is milking every minute of her fifteen minutes after the fugly politician (aka Carlos Danger in the chatrooms) suffered his second (and probably not last) sexting scandal.

After announcing she was gonna do a porn, she released an online blog with a ten-point plan should you also want to have an affair/sexual relationship with a politician– cause we ALL want to do that. She suggests stroking his ego– shocker– and “indulge his crazy alter-ego, and whatever you do, don’t laugh at him.”

Um if “Carlos Danger” sent me a gross dick pic the only thing I could do is laugh. And immediately forward it to friends and media outlets. Has he never heard of Snap Chat??!

Lastly, and probably most importantly, Leathers is in the “studio” aka her drug dealer’s mom’s basement– recording a new song AND VIDEO called “Weinerizer” to the tune of Britney Spears’ “Womanizer.” She does this all while smoking a blunt because she is a big proponent of marijuana legalization– girl’s gotta make a point.  Sydney Leathers assures us that the song will be released by September 10th just in time for the democratic Primary Election. I’m sure this song will be the turning point in both their careers.

Anthony Weiner: you’re an idiot. Please leave kthanksbai.

Hangover Friday: Goodbye forever, Napolitano

If you see something, say something. Napolitano, your hair is terrible, and didn’t your absurdly padded government stipend for allowing TSA employees to grope me OTR cover orthodontia? There I said it.

janet-napolitano“For more than four years I have had the privilege of serving President Obama and his Administration as the Secretary of Homeland Security. The opportunity to work with the dedicated men and women of the Department of Homeland Security, who serve on the frontlines of our nation’s efforts to protect our communities and families from harm, has been the highlight of my professional career. We have worked together to minimize threats of all kinds to the American public. The Department has improved the safety of travelers; implemented smart steps that make our immigration system more fair and focused while deploying record resources to protect our nation’s borders; worked with states to build resiliency and make our nation’s emergency and disaster response capabilities more robust; and partnered with the private sector to improve our cybersecurity. After four plus years of focusing on these challenges, I will be nominated as the next President of the University of California to play a role in educating our nation’s next generation of leaders. I thank President Obama for the chance to serve our nation during this important chapter in our history, and I know the Department of Homeland Security will continue to perform its important duties with the honor and focus that the American public expects.”


Debate: Should Conservatives Accept a Carbon Tax?


The R Street Institute and the Heartland Institute cordially invite you to a debate among friends on the question: Are there any circumstances under which conservatives should support a tax on carbon emissions?

Though the participants all share a broad vision of smaller and less expansive government, they have widely divergent views on the advisability of a carbon tax. Arguing against adopting a carbon tax will be James Taylor, senior fellow at the Heartland Institute, and David Kreutzer, research fellow at the Heritage Foundation. Opposite them will be Andrew Moylan, senior fellow at the R Street Institute, and Bob Inglis, executive director at the Energy and Enterprise Initiative. Moderating will be Ronald Bailey, science correspondent for Reason magazine, who has written extensively about these complicated issues.

This is not a debate about climate science or man’s role in changing weather patterns. It is a debate about the structure of tax policy and whether a carbon tax lies inside or outside the bounds of the debaters’ shared conservative principles.

Open bar and light hors d’oeuvres will be provided.