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“Loose Lips” Sinks All… Politics is Local with Tom Sherwood and Mark Segraves – SOLD OUT

Monday, May 6 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

This event is at capacity. To be added to the waiting list, please email programs@hillcenterdc.org with the name of the program and the number of seats requested.

Tom and Mark bring together seven former Washington City Paper “Loose Lips” columnists for a greatest hits retrospective and a view of DC’s current political landscape. The beloved column has been a quirky, political gossip must-read since it was created in 1983 by Ken Cummins. “Loose Lips” is billed as the definitive guide to hometown politics in the nation’s capital. Cummins will be joined by (in order of their LL tenure), Erik Wemple (The Washington Post), Jonetta Rose Baras, Elissa Silverman, James Jones, Mike DeBonis (The Washington Post), and Will Sommer (The Daily Beast). Epic. Mic. Drop.

Tom Sherwood is a veteran local journalist.  He is the “Resident Political Analyst” for the popular Politics Hour on Friday’s with WAMU host Kojo Nnamdi.  Tom also is a contributing writer with The Washington City Paper.  Tom was the lead political reporter for NBC4 for nearly 3 decades and formerly worked for The Washington Post.  He is co-author with Harry Jaffe of “Dream City,” a Simon & Schuster book on the history of the District and the rise and fall of Marion Barry.  Tom is a frequent guest speaker and moderator at a variety of events in the District.

 

Mark Segraves is a reporter for NBC 4 News, Host of NewsPlus on DC 50 TV, and Senior Correspondent for WNEW Radio. Segraves is a DC native who lived in Ward 6 for 15 years just blocks from Hill Center. Segraves is a former writer for Voice of the Hill and The Hill Rag. He is the father of two boys who both attend DCPS schools. He’s covered District affairs for more than 15 years.

 

 

Registration is strongly encouraged. Doors open at 6:30pm.

ASL interpretation is available upon request given advanced notice. Please email programs@hillcenterdc.org to submit a request.

Details

Date(s):
Monday, May 6
Time:
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Cost:
Free
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Registration:
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Partner:
All Politics is Local

Venue

Hill Center DC
921 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE
Washington, DC 20003 United States
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Phone:
202.549.4172
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