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Hey, isn't that: Binyamin Netanyahu, Kalpen Modi, Rosario Dawson


Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu waves after delivering remarks at the Capitol on Tuesday. (Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

  • Rosario Dawson lingering over a three-hour dinner (crispy duck egg, octopus, pork cheeks, bass) Tuesday at Birch & Barley on 14th Street NW with three others. Jet-black skinny jeans, shawl, gold hoop earrings. The actress and frequent celebvocate visitor was in town for a green-jobs forum with youth-voter group Voto Latino.

  • Kalpen Modi (you know, Kal Penn) slipping into the Joanna Newsom show at Sixth & I Synagogue Monday night, minutes before the music started. Straight-from-the-White-House style in suit and backpack. Stared at cellphone before getting whisked into VIP area with another guy.


    Rosario Dawson at a 2007 event in Washington. (Ricky Carioti/The Washington Post)

  • Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and wife Sara causing a buzz as they walked right in the front door of the Connecticut Avenue Morton's steakhouse and through the general dining area before heading into lunch in a private room Wednesday. Of course, the place had been swept by 20-some guards first. N.Y. strip steak, chicken, and shared a molten chocolate cake.


  • By The Reliable Source  |  March 25, 2010; 1:02 AM ET
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    Comments

    Was Jason Lewis with Dawson? Jason Lewis on 14th Street, now THAT would have been news in that neighborhood!
    Dumping Jason Lewis, talk about your dumb moves Rosario.

    Posted by: SoCali | March 25, 2010 12:16 PM | Report abuse

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