“I saw him in concert, and I remember when he came to the White House around 1984, and all the people going crazy,” he reminisced.
Speaking of blasts from the past, Mr. Ein informed G2 that the iconic home of the late Katharine Graham, the publisher of the Washington Post and prolific Georgetown hostess, might be open for business soon.
The 40-something bachelor businessman bought the home in recent years for a reported $8 million but has never lived in the house, much to the dismay of those who want to see the manse restored to its former glory in the new era of Obama Washington.
“I get offers to sell it, rent it and use it for parties all the time, but I want to make it my home,” he confided to us. “I am ready. I am almost there.”
Does this mean Mr. Ein has finally found a Mrs. Ein to help make a house a home? We will keep you posted.
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