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Live theatre in the greater Washington area is a major fuel for the local economic engine. With 80 professional theatres, they produce the second highest per-capita number of theatre productions annually — second only to New York City's Broadway. One reason for that impressive statistic is because of the prestige that comes from the Helen Hayes Awards. Monday, January 28th theatreWashington will announce the 29th Helen Hayes Awards nominees, in the National Theatre's Helen Hayes Gallery. This year, for the first time, theatre lovers in Washington and around the world can watch the nomination announcements live via webcast. Click here to connect or learn more from theatreWashington. The webcast begins at 6:45 pm.
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The University of Maryland "Mighty Sound of Maryland" Marching Band was part of the Inaugural Parade! Looking great and sounding great. Before the big day we talked with some band members and UMd Director of Bands L. Richmond Sparks. Click on the four pieces below!
WTOP's Kristi King reports. More in The Washington Post.
Recorded by Megan Cloherty Sunday at 10 p.m. at the Capitol
Federal prosecutors say a Baltimore police officer indicted on drug and weapons charges is facing up to life in prison.
Before her appearances at this weekend's Home + Remodeling Show at the Dulles Expo Center Heloise shared some helpful hints on how to survive the Inaugural Ceremonies and parade. Click on the cuts below. Heloise, ahousehold name for over 35 years, is known internationally for her "Hints from Heloise "
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WTOP's Kate Ryan talks about school safety concerns raised at the Montgomery County Council of PTAs meeting.
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