White House Correspondents' Dinner
I’ll leave you with this instead.

I’ll leave you with this instead.

Oh hang on, I can’t sleep well knowing I left David Axelrod out.

*photo by Neshan H Naltchayan

Oh hang on, I can’t sleep well knowing I left David Axelrod out.

*photo by Neshan H Naltchayan

And with that…I think Vinnie Chase is telling me to take off my high heels (finally) and call it a night.

And with that…I think Vinnie Chase is telling me to take off my high heels (finally) and call it a night.

The lovely Dana Delaney (who sported an amazing pair of chunky, black glasses most of the night) with Jon Meacham and Lally Weymouth.

*photo by Neshan H. Naltchayan

The lovely Dana Delaney (who sported an amazing pair of chunky, black glasses most of the night) with Jon Meacham and Lally Weymouth.

*photo by Neshan H. Naltchayan

As did Chevy Chase.

*photo by Haik Naltchayan

As did Chevy Chase.

*photo by Haik Naltchayan

But first, a few more quick snaps from Newsweek’s party earlier this evening.

Mayor Bloomberg dropped in for a bit.

*photo by Neshan Naltchayan

But first, a few more quick snaps from Newsweek’s party earlier this evening.

Mayor Bloomberg dropped in for a bit.

*photo by Neshan Naltchayan

The night is coming to an end (for me, at least) and I can thank Capital File for this most practical addition to their goodie bag. 
Special thanks to Ramin for offering to model it for me (and for being such an excellent companion today).

The night is coming to an end (for me, at least) and I can thank Capital File for this most practical addition to their goodie bag. Special thanks to Ramin for offering to model it for me (and for being such an excellent companion today).

Rachel Maddow knows the secret to a superior dacqueri is all in the shaking. The more aggressive, the better.

Poor time management meant we missed out on the poshest affair; the Bloomberg/ Vanity Fair shindhig.  We barely managed a drive by, as the paps were firmly stationed in the middle of the road, hoping to score photos of Scarlett Johansson.  Oh well, maybe next year?

Poor time management meant we missed out on the poshest affair; the Bloomberg/ Vanity Fair shindhig. We barely managed a drive by, as the paps were firmly stationed in the middle of the road, hoping to score photos of Scarlett Johansson. Oh well, maybe next year?

The party-goers inside. It was time to leave msnbc when Andrea Mitchell started giving my dancing the side eye.

The party-goers inside. It was time to leave msnbc when Andrea Mitchell started giving my dancing the side eye.



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