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Thursday, February 26, 2009

Thursday Finds

The ratings for The Early Show with Erica Hill are out and it looks like Erica and her team on Saturdays is doing a great job

Here is a video of Christiane Amanpour and Irshad Manji who recently spoke at the 92nd Street Y in New York City.

Credit: 92nd Street Y

Jessica Yellin got to party it up Oscar style this past Sunday night. Jessica attended the Moet & Chandon’s Oscar Viewing PartyPlace: Georgetown home of Rick Rickertsen, managing partner of private equity firm Pine Creek Partners.The hook: One of a handful of Oscar parties thrown by Moet (the official champagne of the Oscars) in cities around the country.Charitable component: Attendees heard a spiel from Kate Roberts of Five & Alive.Perks: “Official” Academy Awards programs shipped in from L.A., a “red carpet” made from red candles.Food: The usual Washington spread of cheese, veggies, beef and pasta.Drink: Copious amounts of Moet & Chandon champagne, natch.Notable attendees: David Washington and Yosi Sargent from the White House Office of Public Liaison, CNN’s Jessica Yellin, “Meet the Press” Executive Producer Betsy Fischer, Ambassador Said Jawad of Afghanistan, Evans, Washington Kastles owner and venture capitalist Mark Ein.Seen: Two of Rickertsen’s paintings (he has a vast art collection) sliding away to reveal large flat-screen TVs. Rickertsen chipping in to help roll up the carpet and move the furniture in the living room to make more space for the crowd, which numbered about 100.

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That is it for me. Another big thank you to our amazing researcher Julie for her great finds. ~ Sapphire

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Okay CNN replace Lou Dobbs with Erica HIll.