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Hey, isn't that...?: Barbara Bush, Jackée Harry


Jackee Harry (File photo by Todd Bigelow)


  • Barbara Bush drinking Russian beer at Russia House in Dupont Circle on Friday night. The dark-haired twin (who was running a new health-care nonprofit in N.Y.C. last we heard) joined a big group that filled up a long table, frowned when other barflies stared too long. Jeans, boots, slouchy sweater.

  • Jackée Harry ducking into Bluepoint downtown Saturday night less than an hour before going onstage in "The Clean Up Woman" at Warner Theatre. Beige sweater, matching Uggs, stage-ready hair and makeup. The former sitcom star posed for photos with theatergoers who were headed to see her, left with wrapped food.


  • By The Reliable Source  |  November 23, 2009; 1:01 AM ET
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    Comments

    How disgusting you would refer to people stating at Barbara Bush as "other" barflies, as if she is one, too. As you said, she was sitting at a table with a large group of friends. That hardly makes her a "barfly" -- Please grow up and stop using every opportunity to bash members of the Bush family. Unless you are also willing to call Michelle Obama a "barfly" for going to a DC establishment that serves alchohol, please lay off the Bush family, even if you think it's ok to bash them just because the are Repulbican and white. It's not.

    Posted by: cougar49 | November 23, 2009 8:52 AM | Report abuse

    Somebody needs to lighten up....

    Posted by: LonnieBeale1 | November 23, 2009 10:43 AM | Report abuse

    Barbara Bush might not mind being innocuously and indirectly refered to as a barfly. Also, who knows to what political party, if any, she belongs. She could be recognizable young woman with a sense of humor who doesn't see every piece in a gossip column as a political attack.

    Posted by: cvciidc | November 23, 2009 11:04 AM | Report abuse

    Thanks for writing, cougar49. I guess these things aren't as obvious to readers as I assume, but the "other barflies" were actually my cherished sources for this sighting, and thus far they haven't been complained about being referred to as such -- understanding, as they do, a gossip columnist's need to write succinctly and snappily (avoiding clunky phrases like "other people in the bar," etc.) In hindsight I should have made it even briefer by dropping "other."

    Posted by: The Reliable Source | November 23, 2009 2:23 PM | Report abuse

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