WTOP's Bob Madigan

Fri Oct 28th, 2011

With imagination anything is possible

"Making Magic" was the name of Imagination Stage's Gala where we learned that the real magic is our imagination.

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Fri Oct 28th, 2011

Killing the competition softly

is what Howard University's Afro-Blue is doing on NBC's "The Sing-off" now they advance to week 7.

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Thu Oct 27th, 2011

Winning with a negative time

and with out the benefit of a time machine. It's possible with the Anytime Fitness "Anything Is Possible (AIP)" 5K Race. Sunday, Nov. 6 when Daylight Savings Time ends at 2:00 and the clocks "fall back" to a 1 a.m. setting. The field for this first-ever event is limited to 1,000 runners; the first 750 people to register will receive AIP t-shirts Registration for the D.C.-area Anytime Fitness "Anything is Possible" 5K is now open click here. The entry fee is $30 now through October 1, increases to $35 until November 5 and will be $40 the morning of the event.

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Thu Oct 27th, 2011

So you think ballet is boring?

Well, it is NOT when in the hands of Washington Ballet Artistic Director Septime Webre using F. Scott Fitzgerald's story about obsession, wealth and excess in the roaring twenties -- The Great Gatsby. November 2-6 at the Kennedy Center. Ticket Information click here

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Wed Oct 26th, 2011

Taking one for the team

Getting a flu shot not only protects you from the worst of the flu, but also your co-workers. That's because you won't carry it to them... I got my flu shot at work from the fine folks at Washington Adventist Hospital which is holding Flu Shot Clinics -- click here for where and when.

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Wed Oct 26th, 2011

This is T.H.I.S

and THIS for Diplomats" formerly known as The Hospitality and Information Service had a 50th anniversary celebration in one of the most exclusive places on planet earth!

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Wed Oct 26th, 2011

The more you give...

There are lots of chances for you to give of yourself.

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Wed Oct 26th, 2011

Digging your weekend!

One way to do that is to volunteer to plant trees with The Anacostia Watershed Society (AWS) a non-profit environmental organization dedicated to restoring and protecting the Anacostia River.

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Wed Oct 26th, 2011

A political roast for charity?

That's what happened at the Four Seasons as The Hexagoners roasted DC City Council member Jack Evans!

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Fri Oct 21st, 2011

Raise a glass for children's miracle network

By ordering the special drink of the month at the M Bar and Lounge in the Renaissance Dupont Circle Hotel. Each month there is a special drink as part of RX: A Unique Blend of Cocktails, Culture, Philanthropy and Style is a fundraiser for Children's Miracle Network Hospitals®, a charity that raises funds for 170 children's hospitals. This month Nycci Nellis founder & editor of TheListAreYouOnIt.com And Nycci with her husband David co-host "Foodie and the Beast"on Federal News Radio 1500 AM Sundays, 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

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Fri Oct 21st, 2011

MoCo giving back

Community Service Week was kicked off this past Sunday October 16 at the World of Montgomery Festival. Attendants enjoyed celebrating the diversity of Montgomery County through food, music, education and service! Montgomery County Community Service week is October 16-22

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Fri Oct 21st, 2011

Free fun for the kids

Kids Euro Festival, the largest performing arts festival of its kind in the United States, once again brings together the European Union (EU) community to transform metro-Washington into a European adventure for children and their families. For the fourth year in a row, through November 10, Kids Euro Festival will present more than 200 free events in and around the District.

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Fri Oct 21st, 2011

A real sports hero!

Redskins safety Reed Doughty is giving a lot of time to the National Kidney Foundation to raise awareness about Kidney disease. Doughty's son was born with kidney failure and received a kidney transplant at the age of 18 months.

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Fri Oct 21st, 2011

Spirits at Mt Vernon

The Distilled Spirits Council's tenth annual "Spirit of Mount Vernon" heritage dinner and rare spirits auction held on the lawn of Mount Vernon raised $214,000 for education programs at Historic Mount Vernon, bringing the grand total for the history of this event to $2.4 million.

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Tue Oct 18th, 2011

Dream a dream

Cameron Mackintosh presents a new 25th anniversary production of Boublil and Schönberg's legendary musical, Les Misérables, at the Kennedy Center featuring glorious new staging and spectacular reimagined scenery inspired by the paintings of Victor Hugo. thru Oct 30.

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Thu Oct 13th, 2011

Nip tuck -- very carefully!

Restoration begins this month on Martha Washington's Waxwork Tableau -- a rare work of wax, seashells, silk and wood classical miniature scene created for George and Martha Washington more than 225 years ago. Click here for a video of the tableau It is being tenderly shipped from its home at Tudor Place Historic House and Gardens to the studio of a waxworks expert, commencing a $37,400 restoration funded by The Richard C. von Hess Foundation of Philadelphia.

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Wed Oct 12th, 2011

A triumphant return

is set for Sunday (10/16) in The Barns at Wolf Trap for Noel Paul Stookey! An intimate concert showcasing some of his newest material as well as some old favorites. 7:30 pm.

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Tue Oct 11th, 2011

A recipe for giving!

It is an easy recipe: Paula Deen, Cokie Roberts and You! Join Celebrity Chef Paula Deen and Inn Board Member Cokie Roberts at November, 5th for an exclusive VIP Reception to support The Children's Inn 2012 Kitchen Renovation Project! Just click here to find out what that's all about. It's in conjunction with The Metropolitan Cooking and Entertaining Show at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center. 801 Mount Vernon Place, NW Tickets $250.00

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Tue Oct 11th, 2011

A night at the yards!

It is the 4th Annual event under the stars to help the Living Classrooms of the National Capital Area This FRIDAY, October 14th at the Yards Park in the Capitol Riverfront in Southeast. 7pm-11pm Tickets are $125 per person and includes beer, wine, delicious signature dishes, great music and a silent auction. Young Professional tickets are available for $75
To learn some of what Living Classrooms is about check out this You Tube Video.

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Sat Oct 08th, 2011

Jews and race relations in the south

That's the title of the latest Lincoln Legacy Project discussion this coming Monday evening (10/10) at 7 pm at Ford's Theatre. Tied in with the the musical "Parade" playing at Ford's thru Oct. 30.

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