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 email@example.com or follow him on Twitter.
Tom Sietsema takes a first bite Curry Mantra 9984 Main St., Fairfax City 703.218.8128
The Heart of America Foundation and WTOP team up to help get books to youngsters at J.O. Wilson Elementary School in NE DC.
How money raised for Susan G. Komen for the Cure helps fight breast cancer
But music is disappearing from schools. Meet a group The Musicianship doing something about it. Click here to see the Kennedy Center Event March 30th
Football Coach Bill McGregor is stepping down after 29 years with an incredible win record including as the Examiner reports more than 350 of his players getting scholarships to Division I schools.
Below are two pieces with an incredible young man who has used indoor kites as a therapy for his Epilepsy -- Connor Doran
Tom Sietsema checks out Jake's American Grille 5018 Connecticut Ave. NW. 202.966.5253
Happy to help the Washington Humane Society and Fashion 4 Paws Don't miss the main event! April 9, 2011- National Building Museum
by supporting the Washington Humane Society's Fashion for Paws Models Saturday morning march 26th 10 am to noon at the Social Safeway in Georgetown.
Join the 5th Annual National Walk for Epilepsy this Sunday March 27th on the National Mall. Click here for more
for youngsters at TheArc in Anacostia. The Dance Theatre of Harlem is performing at the Lincoln Theatre on U St, NW Friday March 25th thanks to the Laurel Fund for the Performing Arts. Click here to learn more.
The Blue Man Group has brought it's theatrical show to DC for the first time. At the Warner Theatre thru April 3rd.
And here is one in Georgetown at Rugby Cafe.
The Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington Award RAMMY Finalists can be found by clicking here after you listen (of course)
for someone who has Epilepsy
A huge celebration of the 41st President's 1000 Points of Light initiative. Historic also because all four living former US Presidents were there. We have two reports below.
Ron Bachman brings his "Walk This Way" Tour to our area. Click here to see a video about this amazing man and his amazing results!