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Obama, Celebrities Gather for WHCD 2013

This April, The Atlantic celebrated the star-studded White House Correspondents Weekend with a series of celebrity-filled moments and events.  

Atlantic Media Chairman David Bradley and his wife, Katherine, kicked it off Friday night with a dinner at their Embassy Row home, where the likes of Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi and co-founder of AOL Steve Case mingled. 

Continuing into the night, The Bumbys, an anonymous performance-art duo, gave unbiased fashion critiques to A-list guests and party-goers at our "Making News Party," co-hosted with National Journal and Our Time

The following evening, our annual Washington Hilton pre-dinner reception, co-hosted with National Journal and CBS News, included a who's who of Hollywood and Washington--gathering the likes of Ed Helms to Kevin Spacey and Nationals baseball player Ryan Zimmerman. 

To see what other celebrities and politicians joined us throughout the weekend, view our slideshow below. And to learn more about the weekend, visit AtlanticLIVE.

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