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Blog Roundup: Eric Cantor's Celebrity Gossip, Mark Warner Visits Hardywood 

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Over on the Reporter's Notebook blog:

"The typically dour U.S. Rep. Eric Cantor apparently crowded into Harlem's Apollo Theater with a ton of dancing celebrities over the weekend.

"The New York Post reports today that the Republican House Majority Leader from Henrico was spotted Saturday at a fundraiser for the famed New York theater. The event featured Jamie Foxx, Lenny Kravitz, Jon Bon Jovi, Mary J. Blige and Darlene Love. They were joined on stage by Katie Holmes and, inexplicably, Colin Powell."

More on Cantor's gossip turn at the Reporter's Notebook ...

 

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Also:

It was a bit less glamorous than it sounds, but U.S. Sen. Mark Warner had at least two beers today during a 10 a.m. visit to Hardywood Park Craft Brewery.

As part of a state-wide tour, Warner stopped at Hardywood to taste and talk business with brewers from across Virginia, including local heavyweights Legend, Center of the Universe and Strangeways.

So what'd Warner think of the beer? Find out at the Reporter's Notebook ...

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