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A Toast for Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand on Recent Publication of Off the Sidelines

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Last night at the home of Connie Milstein and J.C. de La Haye St. Hilaire, friends and Washington media gathered to toast Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand on her recent publication of Off the Sidelines. Milstein introduced Sen. Gillibrand, who offered remarks and signed copies for attendees.

In attendance: CBS’s Rita Braver, MSNBC’s Andrea MitchellTIME’s Jay Newton-Small, ABC’s Polson Kanneth, CNN’s Matt Dornic, Tammy Haddad, SKDKnickerbocker’s Kelley McCormickKyle Volpe, POLITICO’s Daniel LippmanUS News’ Nikki SchwabThe Hill’s Judy Kurtz, Yahoo’s Garance Franke-Ruta, Jack and Susanna Quinn, Karen FinneyKathleen Sebelius, Gen. George Casey and wife Shelia, Bob Barnett, John Coale, Mark Ein, and Jayne Sandman.

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POLITICO Magazine Celebrates Latest Issue

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Photo credit: Rod Lamkey for POLITICO

Last night in the library at DAR Constitution Hall, POLITICO Magazine celebrated its latest issue, which named the top 50 persons challenging American politics, that we featured last week.

The room was decorated with an 18-foot tall “50″ constructed out of 365 POLITICO Magazine covers. The evening wrapped prior to President Barack Obama’s 9pm statement on ISIS.

POLITICO Magazine’s “50″ listees in attendance: Laura IngrahamScott ReedLawrence Lessig, Seattle Mayor Ed Murray, “House of Cards” creator Beau Willimon (Sipping diet coke and gathering material for his next season. Overheard telling Christine Delargy at the bar that he just wrapped taping “HOC” in Baltimore that night.)

Not in attendance: Listee Pope Francis
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Hey Isn’t That POLITICO’s Daniel Lippman Profiled in this Month’s Capitol File

Daniel LippmanIsn’t that Daniel Lippman, the POLITICO researcher/reporter that assists Mike Allen with Playbook, in this month’s issue of Capitol File?

It is, and full disclosure, was written by FishbowlDC editor Nick Massella.

Lippman was profiled in the DC glossy for his new-ish gig at POLITICO, the same outlet that wrote about him in 2009 as a GW student in regular correspondence with members of the White House press corps, pointing out misspelled names, broken hyperlinks, etc.

And yet that wasn’t his first time being interviewed as the focus of an article. In 2005 – at the age of 15 - The New Yorker did a “Talk of the Town” piece on him after having his question answered during several of the Bush administration’s ‘Ask the White House’ web forum. Read more

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POLITICO Hires ‘Citizen Journo’ Daniel Lippman for Playbook

fc8fef994c6d7779cb66a4310822f4dc_400x400POLITICO’s executive editor Rick Berke last hour announced the full-time hire of Daniel Lippman. Lippman was profiled by POLITICO Click (R.I.P.) in 2009 for his email correspondence with DC media often identifying corrections and grammatical errors and offering suggestions – this when he was just a 19-year-old student at GW.

Lippman is set to serve as a researcher/reporter, with primary duties helping Mike Allen on Playbook and Capital Playbook. He has interned for The Wall Street Journal, McClatchy Newspapers, and Reuters.

See the full memo after the jump. CoNgRaTs Daniel! Read more

National Journal Party Has Potty Issues

By Eddie Scarry and Betsy Rothstein

National Journal‘s pre-White House Correspondents’ Dinner “Making News” party Friday could easily go down as one of this year’s nicest, most well-planned parties in the coolest warehouse space we’ve seen in awhile. And maybe it will if attendees forget that for a large portion of it, the restroom for hundreds of guests was out of order.

That’s right. There was one toilet available for the entire warehouse full of partygoers, and the top floor, which contained the toilet, was for V.I.P.’s only.

“That’s hood,” one attendee waiting outside the restroom remarked about the potty problem. “Poopgate, drink slowly,” said another, explaining that one employee advised him to pace himself. When Fox News’ Peter Doocy approached the first-floor restroom area, he was told he could not enter. “How long do you think?” he asked the woman standing guard. “Alright, I’ll let it go.” (We sincerely hope he held it in, not let it go.) Another partygoer cracked, “All these people are going to have to piss on themselves. This might be the shortest party ever.”

The attendant said she had people requesting buckets and cups.

The party took place at the two-story bar in Georgetown called The Powerhouse. It was on the bottom floor where they stationed event workers in front of the hall leading to the restroom, alerting guests from about 10 p.m., when the party started, to about 11:30, that the toilets weren’t working. Only that one VIP restroom upstairs was available. But without one of the exclusive red wristbands, how were most of the guests going to relieve themselves?

“If it gets too bad we’ll have to open up the VIP area,” said NJ Communications Director Ben Fishel at the time.

At one point a team of men carrying what looked like… Read more

Wanted: 24 HuffPost Citizen Journos

GW student and D.C.’s resident Citizen Journo Daniel Lippman, take note. This may be just the position for you.

HuffPost is holding a contest to unleash 24 “journalists” on the upcoming presidential elections. Unlike most of their bloggers, who post for free, HuffPost is sending these souls on an all-expense paid trip to the conventions. The winners — up to 12 for each convention — will get official credentials, airfare, hotel accommodation for five nights, and a basic per diem.

But first, you have to take part in a convention season contest and hope and pray they think you’re just goofy and inexperienced enough for the job (no offense, Daniel. They’d be lucky to get you).

Details…“We want to find the best, most creative citizen journalists in America and Canada and send them, at our expense, to cover the conventions in their own way, with their own vision and their own ideas.” By March 8,  send us an embeddable video explaining why we should choose you, what you would cover and which medium (or mix of them) you want to use to do so.”

The greatest part: HuffPost plans to publish these videos. We can hardly wait.

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Congrats (again) to Daniel Lippman for correctly identifying the location of the other Fishbowl. It’s a study lounge at GW, on the corner of 22nd and G streets.

Me too, Me too! NPR throws their name in the mix for the WH briefing room seat left vacant by Helen Thomas.

$Palin Paid$: Reliable Source digs deeper into the Us Weekly v. People magazine issue around Bristol Palin‘s pending nuptials to low-rent heartthrob Levi Johnston. People didn’t pay. Us won’t say. Isn’t that as good as admitting to it?

Save the Dates: The 2011 Aspen Ideas Festival is slated for Monday, June 27 – Sunday, July 3.

ClintVinsky: Politics Daily’s Annie Groer contemplates the post-nup name of Chelsea Clinton.

Ouch! D.C. PR rep fired by Marine Corps for mocking military.

Cristopher Hitchens’ Cancer: What is the etiquette for wishing well a rapier wit who has delivered less cordial sentiments to so many? And should you pray for a nonbeliever?

Happy Birthday Daniel Lippman!

A very happy birthday shout-out to our favorite citizen journalist Daniel Lippman, a GWU student who catches our typos and keeps us posted on stories not to be missed.

Happy Birthday Daniel!

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