Washington Social News: February 7

by Sophie Pyle · February 7, 2012

Everyone is talking about JFK's affair with his intern, but we also had a Stephen Bogart sighting, two social staples had wild birthdays, and everyone's favorite pr girls were profiled:

The biggest social story of the week is about JFK's affair with an innocent White House intern, Mimi Beardsley Alford. He never kissed her, but he did take her virginity in Jackie O's room. Mimi has been carefully mentioned at different points in history with much mystery, but she just came out with her tell-all book. [Reliable Source] [photo via]

Recap of the disco 50th birthday party of the Washington Ballet's Artistic Director, Septime Webre. [Reliable Source] [photo by Tony Powell via]

Speaking of birthdays, we were at billionaire Michael Saylor's party on Friday. [Guest of a Guest] [Michael Saylor]

Stephen Bogart, son of Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall, attends Smithsonian 'Casablanca' screening at the new Warner Bros. Theater. [Yeas & Nays] [photo via, via]

"Worn Out By The Women Of BrandLink." A reporter followed Barbara Martin and Jayne Sandman the day they threw their Simon Doonan party. [TBD] [Catherine Calabrese, Danielle Bolger, Director Barbara Martin, Director Jayne Sandman, Ashley Mason-Greene courtesy Mark Silva]