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There are a lot of a very giving people in the greater DC area and one example was the day Sandy stuck and some put their own safety aside to help get food to people who really needed it. Those with life threatening illnesses serviced by Food & Friends. Listen to the two clips below.
It takes a lot to put on the two day Metropolitan Cooking & Entertaining Show this past weekend. Listen to these two clips for a peak behind the curtain.
The Metropolitan Cooking & Entertaining Show is a two-day food-lover's event featuring hundreds of exhibitors, cooking demos, tastings, workshops, book signings and appearances by Food Network. Thru Sun (11/4) at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center 801 Mt. Vernon Place DC. Listen to the clips below of two local entrepreneurs exhibiting at the show.
In deed political correctness was thrown out for a throw down affair Fight for Children's 23 annual Fight Night Check out these two clips.
The latest version of the Rocky Horror Show is from the Washington Savoyards.. The final performance is this Sunday (11/4) at 5pm at the at the Atlas Performing Arts Center 1333 H St NE, 202-399-7993
Especially trying to guess the costumes!
Listen to some who got out early in Silver Spring but forgot something!?!
What they have in common is the affect on Arena Stages Audiences. Listen to tne explanation below.
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This week the Winner of 5 Tony Awards Including Best Play "War Horse" opens at the Kennedy Center. This emotionally gripping tale of "courage, loyalty and friendship" is set in England, 1914. The horse Joey is effectively drafted into World War I. Listen below to how we met Joey.
but it had nothing to with the debate itself, it was the taping of the "Mark Twain Prize for American Humor." honoring Ellen DeGeneres as a trailblazer with the nation's highest humor prize. The show will be broadcast Tuesday at 8 pm on PBS stations. Hear some of the fun listening to the two clips below.
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