White House Correspondents' Dinner Weekend

White House Correspondents' Dinner Weekend 2014

May 2 – 3, 2014
Washington, DC

Friday, May 2, 2014

Welcome Dinner

On the evening of Friday, May 2, Atlantic Media Chairman David Bradley hosted an invitation-only welcome dinner at his Washington, D.C. home.  Named one of the top ten D.C. parties by Washingtonian Magazine, this event gathered 150 Beltway leaders and prominent out-of-towners from the worlds of business, entertainment, academia, non-profits, and government. On the eve of the White House Correspondents’ Association annual bash, this year’s Welcome Dinner celebrated the 100th Anniversary of the White House Correspondents’ Dinner - a Washington tradition since 1914.

Saturday, May 3, 2014

Editorial Briefing Breakfast: LGBT @ WHCD

In conjunction with White House Correspondents’ Weekend, The Atlantic and National Journal hosted the annual Editorial Breakfast, featuring a conversation on the LGBT movement and the debate over marriage equality. We gathered for breakfast and mimosas and a wide-ranging conversation on the evolution of LGBT rights in recent years - what has been accomplished and the challenges that lie ahead - through the eyes of Washington, the media, and the rest of America.

Pre-Dinner Reception

Atlantic Media partnered with CBS News to host its annual cocktail reception before the White House Correspondents’ Dinner in the coveted Heights Courtyard at the Washington Hilton.

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