President Barack Obama blamed the budget battle if his jokes fell flat at Saturday night’s Gridiron dinner: “My joke writers have been placed on furlough.”
President Barack Obama will unleash his inner funnyman when he joins political leaders and foes, journalists who cover them and media executives for a night of bipartisan satire at the 128th annual Gridiron Club and Foundation dinner.
Richard Pryor, Eddie Murphy, George Carlin, they all got their start somewhere. With rising stars like Jay Pharoah coming out of the D.C. comedy scene, there has been an uptick of interest in comedy in the area. Here are some of the funniest people in the DMV.
Rob Delaney has made his name on Twitter. Last year he did a series of tweets that depicted President Obama as depraved, this year Delany has a new target, Mitt Romney.
Old enough to party but too young to drink? There are plenty of nightlife spots in the DC metro area for the under 21 crowd.
Whether you appreciate the art of a Shakespearean play, love a good murder mystery, D.C. offers many great options for theater events this Valentine’s Day.