Jose Antonio Vargas is a storyteller with a compelling story of his own: A journalist who, for years, concealed from his U.S. employers the fact that he is an undocumented immigrant. But there’s also a complicated story-behind-the-story – which was originally supposed to be published by his old employer, The Washington Post. Our colleague Paul Farhi explains.
Everyone knew Washington couldn’t hold Lindsay Czarniak for long, and now it’s happened: D.C.’s most likeable sports broadcaster (and half of its cutest couple) just got her big-league promotion. Czarniak’s leaving WRC for ESPN. (Update: Dan Steinberg reviews great moments in Lindsay Czarniak history.)
Reclusive heiress Huguette Clark, who died at 104, left the Corcoran a Monet “Water Lilies,” worth $25 million. Nice! Seems her family had close ties to the D.C. museum (well, 85 years ago…)