Hacks and Flaks talk trash

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Washington Post writer Tim Craig and The Georgetown Dish publisher Beth Solomon
Washington Post writer Tim Craig and The Georgetown Dish publisher Beth Solomon

Last Thursday’s Hacks & Flacks informal, come-one-come-all gathering of journalists and their opposite numbers in government at a downtown bar was perfectly timed.  Why? Because it was the day of the Wilson Building media-mayor hullabaloo over the firing of Suliaman Brown, preceded by the controversies over the Chairman’s two SUVs and the nepotism questions attached to the Gray Administration.

For Harry Jaffe, Washington Examiner, all is good (Photo by: The Georgetown Dish) For Harry Jaffe, Washington Examiner, all is good

Organized by Tim Craig and Nikita Stewart of the Washington Post, Tom Sherwood of NBC4 and Mark Segraves of WTOP and WDCW, the Hacks & Flacks who packed the Mio bar on Vermont Avenue were joined by Councilmembers and staff, other newsmakers and all manner of friends and colleagues, all buzzing about DC politics and personalities.

Denise Reed, Councilmember Michael Brown and Karen Szulgit (Photo by: The Georgetown Dish) Denise Reed, Councilmember Michael Brown and Karen Szulgit

 Newschannel 8's Bruce DePuyt and Leah Gurowitz, Public Affairs, DC Courts (Photo by: The Georgetown Dish) Newschannel 8's Bruce DePuyt and Leah Gurowitz, Public Affairs, DC Courts

FOP boss Kris Baumann and Councilmember Tommy Wells (Photo by: The Georgetown Dish) FOP boss Kris Baumann and Councilmember Tommy Wells

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FunKeyOne

I didn't think BS was so small.