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Twitter's new music discovery app will make streaming songs easier on mobile devices, while simultaneously engaging Twitter users.
Two recording artists whose music was sampled in the viral Internet hit "Harlem Shake" would likely not win if they took their cases to court, says the editor-in-chief of Lawyers.com.
A game dating to ancient Rome is becoming a hot social event for young Washingtonians, but it's not your father's bocce.
David Lee Roth explains Van Halen's mysterious requirement that no brown-colored M&Ms be found backstage during the band's tours in the 1980s.
A Virginia photographer says her quest for a neutral background brought her face-to-face with Jesus.
Fourteen years in the making, a documentary about the Georgetown music club, The Bayou, airs at 9 p.m. Monday on Maryland Public Television.
Searching for songs you loved, but don't have on your playlist is one of the joys of the Internet, especially music streaming services, including Spotify and Rdio.
A new, two-way video fitness program, called Wello allows you to select a workout with a live trainer, who will design a plan for you and monitor your workout.
Skype's Video Message is the visual equivalent of an answering machine. WTOP's Neal Augenstein demonstrates how it works.