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The PenFed Foundation is holding a video contest to find a caregiver of a wounded veteran who will be honored as the "hero at home" at its Eighth Annual Night of Heroes Gala this May. And we, the public, will help choose the winner on YouTube. To enter to win, contestants must upload a one- to two-minute video on YouTube Entries will be accepted until April 12th. Contestants must also "like" the PenFed Foundation's official Facebook fan page. click here. All submitted videos will be featured on the PenFed Foundation's YouTube contest page. FIVE finalists will be announced on April 16th, and will be featured at for the public to vote on the winner.
It is also a Tony Award winning musical and it is now playing at Ford's Theatre. ith quick-witted dialogue and a playful score, 1776 dramatizes the impassioned debates of Philadelphia's Second Continental Congress. 1776 the musical plays at Ford's thru May 19th 511 Tenth St, NW.
This year's Hexagon show "I Get No Kick from Campaign" runs thru March 24th at Montgomery College Cultural Arts Center in Silver Spring and it raises money and awareness for Hospice Caring. An all volunteer organization that provides caring, compassionate, practical and high-quality, non-medical support services, without charge, to every Montgomery County adult or child who is facing a life-threatening illness or is grieving the death of a family member or loved one.
But a smooth version of Richard O'Brien's The Rocky Horror Show performed by the Gay Men's Chorus of Washington. Friday, March 16, 8 pm
Saturday, March 17, 8 pm
Sunday, March 18, 3 pm (ASL)
Lisner Auditorium, 730 21st Street NW
As in the Tony Award-winning Best Musical of 2005, Monty Python's Spamalot, which has returned to the fair city of Washington, D.C., for a one-week only engagement March 13 through 18 at the historic Warner Theatre. The cast for Monty Python's Spamalot includes two local actors listen below and learn!
It is something to see the YouTube showing how "Joey" the title character from the Tony Award-winning War Horse crashed the Kennedy Center new season announcement. See of you can spot WTOP's Man About Town!
A lot has changed for both the Girl Scouts and the nation in the past 100 years and the foundations laid a century ago helped build a world where girls and women can write their own tickets!
Senior Prom season is coming and with it the possibility of deadly accidents. Walt Whitman High is among the Montgomery County schools with an post prom party plan. To raise the $$$$ they had help from Capitol Steps.
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On National Meatball Day! At Carmine's in Penn Quarter! If you are observing no meat on Friday in Lent, Carmines will still be offering free meatballs thru Sunday 3/11/12. To get the free meatballs you do need to say the magic word, for that you may want to listen to the report here. NYC's Legendary Family Style Italian Restaurant, Carmine's Washington D.C is at 425 7th Street NW 202.737.7770
At the height of the McCarthyite hysteria of the 1950s, John Paton Davies, Jr., was summoned to the State Department one morning and fired. His offense? The career diplomat had counseled the U.S. government during World War II that the Communist forces in China were poised to take over the country—which they did, in 1949. Just part of a remarkable life recounted in China Hand An Autobiography John Paton Davies, Jr. Foreword by Todd S. Purdum. Epilogue by Bruce Cumings Purdum, national editor of Vanity Fair, along with Davies daughter Tiki Davies will present a FREE talk at Politics & Prose this coming Wednesday (3/14) at 7 pm. 5015 Connecticut Ave NW
How to engage middle schoolers in math?? That's what MathAlive! at the Smithsonian Institution International Gallery is all about. Created by Raytheon MathAlive! is as they say, "an immersive exhibit enabling students, teachers and visitors of all ages and backgrounds to experience the wondrous outcomes of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) through highly engaging hands-on activities." The International Gallery is located in the S. Dillon Ripley Center (next to the Smithsonian Castle) It is FREE & Fun!