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Weekend Happenings

Clipart Illustration of a Bunch Of Floating Party Balloons WithHey Party People! What you got going on this weekend? U.S. News & World Report‘s Nikki Schwab is celebrating her 30th tonight and DC journo band Suspicious Package is performing two nights in a row at Art Soiree‘s 4th annual Political Cartoon Exhibit.

Schwab, who shares her birth date with First Lady Michelle Obama, is starting out at Baby Whale (1124 9th St. NW) tonight at 7:30pm. Stop on by and buy the girl a birthday drink!

Both Friday and Saturday night, Art Soiree is hosting a political cartoon exhibit by KAL (Kevin Kallaugher) at the Ritz in Georgetown with a performance by Suspicious Package. Comprised of reporters armed with their musical talent and rock star looks, band members include Pulitzer Prize-winning WashPost Editorial Cartoonist Tom Toles, senior government officials Christina Sevilla and Bryan Greene, former TIME/Bloomberg journo Tim Burger and Medill School of Journalism’s Josh Meyer.

Art Soiree’s a ticketed event. Get yours here.

Send us what else is goin’ on and we’ll add it in. See ya around!

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Your Daily “Suspicious Package” Post

Politico’s Kiki Ryan, CBS’ Christine Delargy, Glenn Ballard, CBS producer Rob Hendin, Quinn Gillespie’s Chris Brown, Mark Paustenbach, RNC’s Doug Heye, Daily Caller’s Moira Bagley, Ben Clark, Urban Daddy’s Jeff Dufour, Qorvis’ Seth Pietras and others gathered to listen to “Suspicious Package” at Glover Park’s Gin and Tonic on Friday night. While most of SP’s roadies called it a wrap when the band finished around 11pm, a few of these folks were caught shamelessly, solid-gold dancing at Smith Point hours later. You know who you are.

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Band: Tim Burger, Christina Sevilla, Tom Toles, Bryan Greene and Josh Meyer

Suspicious Package at the German Embassy Tonight

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Pic from an earlier performance.

A Suspicious Package will be admitted to the Embassy of Germany tonight.

Tim Burger, Tom Toles, Josh Meyer, Bryan Greene and Christina Sevilla will be playing at the Embassy’s gala celebrating the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. They go on at 9pm and say it “would be fun to see folks there to hoist a Berliner Weisse.”

“Suspicious” Halloween: Journo Band to Play at Hard Rock 10/31

DC journo band Suspicious Package- Tim Burger, Tom Toles, Josh Meyer, Bryan Greene and Christina Sevilla- will headline the annual Halloween Graveyard Jam at the Hard Rock Cafe Saturday, October 31st.

They promise it will be “more intense than trick-or-treating, more frightening than any haunted houses and especially more fun than any party around.”

And we hear they’ve been practicing the “Monster Mash” for weeks now. More dets, including ticket info, here.

“Suspicious” Couple Ties the Knot


Photo courtesy of a friend of the happy couple.

Guitarist Bryan Greene, of local DC band “Suspicious Package” fame, got hitched this weekend. The wedding was “suspiciously” kept under wraps until a recent birthday celebration for bride Sara Lindstrom turned into a impromptu nuptials celebration.

The couple celebrated at The Inn at Little Washington on Sunday with just the fam.

When the Embassy’s Rockin’…

Suspicious Package- WaPo‘s Tom Toles, Christina Sevilla of the U.S. Trade Representative’s office, Bloomberg’s Tim Burger, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s Bryan Greene and LAT‘s Josh Meyer- performed at the Danish Embassy Friday night, across the street from Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s house (she no-showed). The event was in advance of the UN’s Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen this December and the band dedicated one of its last songs The Beatles’ “Come Together” to its cause.

Adoring fans included Dick Keil, Anu Rangappa, Juleanna Glover, Kiki Ryan, Brian Walsh, Doug Heye, Mark Paustenbach, Sasha Issenberg, Wendy Gordon, Jill Collins, Lauren Vicary, Kenny Day, Adam Zagorin and Allan Lengel, among others. The after-party continued at the Darlington House on Dupont Circle… there we were joined by Matthew Cooper, Polson Kanneth and Amy Holmes, to name a few.

More photos after the jump…

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Suspicious Package at Andrews Air Force Base… The Band

Our fave DC journo band got the break of a lifetime (for a DC journo band) this weekend when they were asked to fill in last minute at an event at Andrews Air Force Base.

Suspicious Package- Tim Burger, Tom Toles, Josh Meyer, Bryan Greene and Christina Sevilla- played at a party for airmen and their families in the 459th Air Refueling Wing at AAFB this Sunday. We hear a few hundred attended.

More pics after the jump…

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Suspicious Package on WHNL? No, Band Sells Out H St. Bar

Journo band Suspicious Package- Tim Burger, Tom Toles, Josh Meyer, Bryan Greene and Christina Sevilla- had a sold out show at The Red and The Black on H St., about a year to the date of their debut. And look how far they’ve come- this performance even featured original songs.

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Intrepid DC Journo Band Rocks NYC

Journo band Suspicious Package (Tim Burger, Tom Toles, Josh Meyer, Bryan Greene and Christina Sevilla) played at a fundraiser for Wounded Warriors Family Support this week on…

drumroll please…

the USS Intrepid in NYC.

We also hear the gig sold out.

Check out a few pics of the band arriving on the Intrepid (looks like a future CD cover) and then performing.

And check out how the band got their equipment to the gig after the

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Journos Rock Out

Suspicious Package- Tim Burger, Tom Toles, Josh Meyer, Bryan Greene and Christina Sevilla- performed at the Italian Embassy after the Urbino Press Award program. TWT was there to nab this video.

And more pics at Hollywood on the Potomac.

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