WTOP's Bob Madigan
Bob Madigan has been with WTOP Radio for 20 years. For most of that time, he has been covering the "Good" "Positive" news of Washington. Here is a chance to listen to some of his most recent pieces and you may even download if you wish. You can email Bob at firstname.lastname@example.org or follow him on Twitter.
Many of us did. Don't let it get you down or out of hand. Check out Bryan Rambarran's story in the audio clip below and the photo on the right hand side of the screen. We met at Equinox Fitness in Bethesda.
Lots of deals with fitness clubs this week. My fitness doc Pamela Peeke, MD took me to where she gets in her work outs Equinox Fitness in Bethesda.
Kennedy Center Honors are on CBS tonight (Tuesday 12/27) at 9 pm.
Tying one on for Christmas takes on a new meaning! Mark Metzger, owner of Highcliffe Clothiers Middleburg, is a board member The Custom Tailors and Designers Association(CTDA)
bakes beautiful things, creates delicious food and owns a 4-star restaurant called Michel Richard Citronelle
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for some occurred in Presidents' Park near the White House at the lighting of the National Christmas Tree. It was when Joseph Leo Bwarie of Jersey Boys stepped up to the microphone.
The lighting of the National Menorah on the Ellipse near the White House was a festive and emotional event. Below are two reports.
advice from Jim Barker founder of The Washington Wine Academy, which was incorporated as a Virginia State 501©3 non-profit in 1999 and has been educating wine lovers in the Washington, DC ever since.
The Washington Ballet's "The Nutcracker" 50th Anniversary production wraps up Christmas Eve afternoon. So, let's hear what it's target audience has to say.
Warner Theatre 13th and E St NW
For the Wellness Community DC it was confusing, so they changed their name this year to Hope Connections for Cancer Support. 301.493.5002
How & why an important lobbying firm did away with their always spectacular Holiday Party. And learn more about iPads for Soldiers by clicking here.
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Everyone attending The National Symphony Orchestra's "Handel's Messiah" is asked to bring canned goods for the Capital Area Food Bank. The NSO is joined by world renowned soloists and the University of Maryland College Park Concert Choir. It runs thru Sunday at the Kennedy Center.
That would be the new Market Tavern in Clarendon! It used to be Harry's Tap Room and the man who opened that in 2003 Michael Sternberg has transformed it into something new "Market Tavern" for one of the busiest restaurant scenes in the area.
Thousands of our neighbors depend on The Capital Area Food Bank directly or indirectly to fight hunger. The Capital Area Food Bank is the largest, public nonprofit hunger and nutrition education resource in the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Area.
That is NOT a misspelling. This is a story about how one small all-volunteer non-profit reaches out to our wounded by providing Friday night dinners at restaurants. The Aleethia Foundation has been doing dinners every Friday night since October of 2003. Click here for more information about helping!
But, "The Greatest Holiday Party of All" ??!!?? That's what it was called. And it was the Kennedy Center. What did the party goers think?
Because there are still many people in our area who need your help. That is one reason why so many WTOP staffers, reporters and anchors have volunteered to be bell ringers for the Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign
And they have a high tech virtual Red Kettle so you can donate on line by clicking here