Although the spring weather is welcomed in the District, the pollen from the flowers and trees has many Washingtonians sneezing and coughing. Still, if you’re feeling a little under the weather, grab your box of tissues and head on out anyway. Many of D.C.’s local celebrities are doing just that all around town. See who hasn’t let hay-fever season stop them:

Many celebrities celebrated their birthday’s in the District last week including comedian and actor Bill Bellamy. He held his birthday bash held at Josephine Lounge while NFL player Aaron Maybin celebrated his 22nd birthday at District last Wednesday.

She may think she runs L.A., but she sure has been in D.C. quite a bit. “Bad Girls Club’s” Natalie Nunn hosted a Sunday night party at Josephine Lounge with Washington Redskin Devin Thomas. His teammates were spotted around town as well including Chris Cooley, who was spotted at Policy Lounge and Clinton Portis who sat front row at the Fashion for Paws fashion show last weekend that benefited the Washington Humane Society.

After appearing on the new “Big Tigger Morning Show,” host Big Tigger and rap star Ludacris were spotted grabbing lunch at the iconic Ben’s Chili Bowl last week. Ludacris was in town filming a public service announcement, encouraging people to fill out the census form. Big Tigger was also spotted at fellow radio personality Anji Corley’s birthday bash held at Tuscana West earlier that weekend.

Last week, Capitol File celebrated their April cover girl, Anna Kournikova, with an intimate cocktail reception at Oya Restaurant and Lounge. With D.C.’s media mavens, insiders and tastemakers all waiting to get a glimpse of the tall blonde, Kournikova floated amongst the party-goers with a little black dress and cool gold bangles.

Meanwhile,sultry singer Norah Jones stopped by Warner Theatre, ESSENCE’s editor-at-large Mikki Taylor hosted a fashion show highlighting summer’s latest trends at Bloomingdales in Rockville. Spotted on the front row was rumored Real “Housewives of D.C.” cast member cast member Lynda Erkiletian, president of T.H.E Artist Agency in Georgetown.

With so much happening in the District, it doesn’t stop there. Look forward to a semi-formal cocktail party at Teatro Goldoni on April 24. The party will be hosted by NFL Super Bowl champion Reggie Bush along with many others. See you there.