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Whether it is a watching the Oscars or a movie itself, nothing makes the experience pop more than popcorn. But buttered popcorn is chock full of calories. A better and tasty alternative is a special kind of Olive Oil. As we learn from Renee Farr at Sapore Oil & Vinegar in the heart of historic Capitol Hill. 660 Pennsylvania Avenue SE. Click and listen below.
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Some people throw huge parties, but not Deb Fiscella. The Montgomery County resident is using the occasion to help kids with cancer. She's telling friends "no gifts for me, just donate to $50forthekids". Listen to the two clips below for more of this loving story!
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The high school winners of the National 2012-2013 AbilityOne® Design Challenge got to strut their stuff. The only competition in the country for high school students where students use science and engineering to help people with disabilities. Winners received scholarship awards. Among the five finalists (listed below)were two teams from Poolesville High School in Poolesville, Maryland. They took 2nd & 3rd Place.
There are thousands who did, including those who enjoyed the National Crime Museum's annual "Crimes of Passion". It was a three night adventure into the world of crimes and crime solving while being handcuffed to your date. Get a "feel" for what it was like in the two clips below.
One of those who decided to stretch Valentine's Day beyond the 14th was Imagination Stage with Love, Friendship, and Possibility: A Benefit Concert by Mario Bonds we spoke before his Friday concert. You may listen to the two clips below.
But they can't read or write. There are an estimated 90,000 adults in DC who have trouble reading and that's what the Washington Literacy Center (WLC) is trying to fix. At the 20th Anniversary "Love Letters for Literacy" we met former WLC student Gregory Gerald. You can hear his inspiring story in the two clips below.
Wells Fargo report says Maryland and Virginia among most vulnerable in budget fight
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