If you haven't yet discovered "Very Mary-Kate," a parody video series created by comedian Elaine Carroll, your workday productivity is about to take a little dip. The Richmond native launched this fan-fiction take on Mary-Kate Olsen's life in 2010, and today she was online over at The Washington Post, taking questions and discussing the series. According to Carroll, she's not sure if MK has seen the series or not, but she's prepped for backlash: "I walk around the city wondering when I'm gonna get my cease and desist in the form of a diamond-encrusted brick thrown out of a blimp."
We certainly hope that doesn't happen, because the vids are a perfect late-afternoon time-waster. Read the full transcript here and watch the series on Carroll's site. (The Washington Post)
On one special night of the year, the men and women in D.C. trade in their pocket protectors and ID lanyards for pocket squares and custom gowns to attend the White House Correspondents’ Dinner at the famous Washington Hilton Ballroom. As I mingled through the pre-parties last week, the conversations focused not around read
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