We appear to be the only guests bounced out of the Salahi party; here, from around the Web, a round-up of what we missed.
Steny Hoyer gets high marks for assisting a fellow passenger on a Pittsburgh to D.C. flight Wednesday,
Chef Art Smith is engaged to his partner of 10 years, artist Jesus Salguerio; Rihanna admits LA Dodger Matt Kemp is her "boyfriend."
Were we really going to have to crash a Salahi party? The polo-playing, winery-feuding future reality-TV stars were set to make their first big D.C. social appearance Thursday night since they broke out as international figures of fascination with their unauthorized attendance of the White House state dinner.
Gilbert Arenas is fulfilling part of his debt to society by working with young offenders in D.C.'s juvenile justice system, at the New Beginnings Youth Development Center in Laurel, Md.
Michelle Obama gushes about her newly adopted hometown in the new issue of Conde Nast Traveler. Any guesses what she wishes she could do in D.C.?
DC councilmember Jack Evans engaged to interior designer Michele Seiver, Tiki Barber splits from pregnant wife for 23-year-old intern.
Martina Navratilova has breast cancer, but the prognosis is excellent; Lil Wayne has a job in prison tracking inmates on suicide watch.
Bravo's hit cooking-competition series has landed in D.C. to film a season that could air as soon as this summer, but a no-spoilers culture of secrecy surrounds. Guests who wanted to attend the "Top Chef" cocktail party had to sign a five-page waiver and confidentiality agreement.
Justin Bieber is totally cool with President Obama screwing up his name. He gets that Barry's not his demo.
The Newseum will receive the suit that O.J. Simpson wore at his 1995 acquittal.
The happiest man at the White House Tuesday was presidential aide Reggie Love, who won bragging rights when his beloved Duke won the NCAA men's basketball crown.
President Obama hosted a White House screening Tuesday of the documentary "Nuclear Tipping Point" for Michael Douglas, George Shultz, Henry Kissinger, Bill Perry, Sam Nunn and Colin Powell.
After five years together, Jim Carrey and Jenny McCarthy call it quits.
In town for a festival of his plays at the Kennedy Center, Terrence McNally took advantage of D.C.'s new law to marry his boyfriend Tom Kirdahy.
Ludacris and Big Tigger took the Sarkozy-Bruni table at Ben's Chili Bowl on Tuesday.
On a flawless spring afternoon, the crowds flooded in for D.C.'s first baseball game of the year: Nats vs. Philadelphia Phillies. The usual baseball-loving celebs arrived at the ballpark, full of cheer and convinced that this year was going to be different. Better. At the very least, less embarrassing.
Used to be easy to crash parties before the White House Correspondents' Association dinner. This week, officials alerted media organizations that the May 1 guests will need a ticket or a printed invitation to even walk where most of the receptions are held.
"Top Chef" starts filming in Washington, a judge rules Dennis Hopper's wife can stay on his property while their divorce drags on.
Back in 1989, the late Fraser Robinson didn't think suitor Barack Obama had a chance with his daughter, according to first brother-in-law Craig Robinson's forthcoming memoir.
A clip of Tareq and Michaele Salahi on Australian TV.
The 2010 Reliable Source bracket -- like the NCAA basketball picks -- was full of fouls, hometown heroes and last-minute upsets. The Gossip Final Four came down to a match between our own Cinderella and the couple who launched a thousand security checkpoints.
Erykah Badu got lucky when she stripped nude in downtown Dallas to make the new video for "Window Seat." But when it hit the Web last week, police cited the Texas native for disorderly conduct, like other musicians who've bared all for their craft.
Saturday's second performance of "La Traviata" at the Metropolitan Opera went off without a hitch -- after conductor Leonard Slatkin was given the boot.