D.C. imports glamorize the party scene.
Fans of Teresa Davis didn't get to see her evening gown (white jersey) or talent (the piano, not the plastic cups).
Fall-inspired activities topped some of their weekend agendas.
A new book sheds light on some of the funnyman's political tussles.
Fresh from his two-hour one-two punch, Maher and co. celebrated his on-air sprint with an open bar, natch.
As the weather auditioned for autumn on Saturday night, more than 800 of Washington's best-dressed and deep-pocketed headed to Wolf Trap.
The 50-year-old former child star stopped in Washington to talk "Little House," her new cookbook and how moving to Michigan means she doesn't have to be a size 2.
At the opening of his new restaurant, DBGB, on Friday, Boulud was impressed by D.C.'s party scene.
The "Scream" and "Ray Donovan" actor was seen in the newsroom boss's office on Friday.