This just in: "Top Chef" is coming to D.C.; Tom Hanks, Steven Spielberg honor veterans, promote 'The Pacific' on the Mall
- The next season of Bravo's hit "Top Chef" is set to be taped in Washington this spring, sources tell our colleague Joe Yonan. The reality competition show -- about to enter its seventh season -- has boosted the careers of local chefs such as Carla Hall, Spike Mendelsohn and Bryan Voltaggio.
- Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg hosted 250 veterans making their first trip to Washington to see the World War II Memorial on the Mall Thursday -- in a visit timed to promote their new 10-part HBO series "The Pacific." The two executive producers were scheduled to screen a preview for President Obama and the first lady at the White House later that night.
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March 12, 2010; 1:00 AM ET
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