Meet Kate Glassman Bennett. She’s a fourth-generation Washingtonian and highly accomplished about town (and out of town). To name just a few accomplishments, she was Washingtonian’s fashion editor, Washingtonian Mom’s editor-in-chief, the EIC of Capitol File Magazine, is an all-around style maven, and earned her stripes in the magazine world in Vegas. Now, she’s starting her own gossip column at Politico, the cleverly titled KGB File.
Meet Michelle Warner, who, with her husband Michael, recently opened DCanter A Wine Boutique on Barracks Row. The entrepreneur shared her inspirations and some wine secrets with us.
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Meet The Airport 77s. When they’re not keeping busy as reporters for the Washington Post and Reuters, or as a software developer, John Kelly, Andy Sullivan and Chuck Dolan are the band The Airport 77s, a self-labeled 1970s power pop rescue thriller. For these men, The Airport 77s is not just a side project – it’s a main side project.
Meet Paul Van Remortel. He’s the Senior Product Manager at Intermarkets, a Washington area-based digital media firm. This week, Paul and his team launched StandUnited.org, the first open and free petition platform that allows individuals and organizations to engage and mobilize supporters on center-right issues.
When she’s not keeping busy as a political attorney, Christine Martin is baking up a political storm. Meet the brains behind the baking of Politics to Pastries.