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One Howard University student is taking her dreams of fashion design to the runway with her local D.C. business.
Former Capitol Hill staffer Janice Susan Wallace applied her passion for discovering the latest emerging designers by founding an online magazine in November 2011 to showcase local talent.
Lila Asher's Chevy Chase, Md. house is filled with paintings, sculptures and prints that the 91-year-old artist created over nearly seven decades of work.
In light of the 100th anniversary of the women's suffrage parade in D.C., WTOP Living took a tour of the American History museum's new suffrage exhibit led by the head curator Lisa Kathleen Graddy.
John Rider, 55, is the owner of Pedro & Vinny's, your standard burrito food truck. But there's not much that's normal about Rider's business. He serves burritos, and jokes, to nearly 225 people every day.
Artistic and executive director of the Washington Improv Theater, Mark Chalfant, 42, never thought of a career in improv until his late 20s. However, he doesn't regret choosing a life of theater over foreign policy.
Fans who have attended sporting events at American, Georgetown and Howard universities have likely heard Shellie Bowers' voice. It's the one blaring on the speakers, calling the shots, penalties and halftime announcements.
Carylynn Larson, 33, founded the D.C. nonprofit Rock Recovery to help individuals living with eating disorders after her own disorder left her looking for help that didn't exist.
Christopher Morgan, a 37-year-old modern dancer and Artist in Residence at American University, finds inspiration by simply watching the world around him.
For veteran D.C. mailman Daniel Giles, getting peed on by dogs, deciphering wrong addresses and brightening customers' afternoons, is all in a day's work.