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Hey, Isn't That . . . ?


The Obama family visiting the Lincoln Memorial Saturday night. (Linda Davidson/The Washington Post)

  • Sasha and Malia Obama pretending to be weathercasters at the Newseum's interactive "Be a TV Reporter" exhibit Saturday morning while their dad taped an interview with George Stephanopoulos in ABC's adjoining "This Week" studio. (Malia: green sweater; Sasha: pigtails.) Among other issues, the prez-elect teased out details of the future First Dog pick in the interview: Either a Labradoodle or a Portuguese water dog. "This has been tougher than finding a commerce secretary," he said.

  • Soon-to-be-former CIA chief Mike Hayden, keeping the beat at Friday night's National Press Club rock concert -- a "Journopalooza" of scribbler-dominated bands, raising money for the Committee to Protect Journalists and the Eric Friedheim National Journalism Library at the National Press Club. Wore argyle sweater, left security detail in the hall, lingered at Old Ebbitt Grill after-party.

  • Bill Cosby schmoozing at the NBC4 Health and Fitness Expo Saturday a.m. In town for a "Meet the Press" appearance, the comic (Howard U. sweat shirt, hat) made a semi-impromptu stop at the convention center -- did some interviews but mostly chatted up regular people.

  • By The Reliable Source  |  January 12, 2009; 1:02 AM ET
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    Comments

    How about leaving those kids alone. Amy, you have kids and should be ashamed of yourself. Be brave and be one reporter that just won't do it.

    Posted by: DC2Amsterdam | January 12, 2009 11:52 AM | Report abuse

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