WTOP's Bob Madigan
Bob Madigan has been with WTOP Radio for 18 years. For most of that time, he has been covering the "Good" "Positive" news of Washington. Here is a chance to listen to some of his most recent pieces and you may even download if you wish. You can email Bob at firstname.lastname@example.org or follow him on Twitter.
** PHOTO: Bob Madigan, left, shaved his head for childhood cancer.
But laughing uncle. As in the Sydney Theatre Company's "Uncle Vanya" starring Cate Blanchett at the Kennedy Center -- an exclusive U.S. engagement of Andrew Upton's new adaptation of Chekhov's tragicomedy Uncle Vanya.
Goodwill of Greater Washington recently opened a new store and donation center in Fairfax at 9960 Main Streetin the space formerly occupied by Yesterday's Rose in the Main Street shopping center. Goodwill is now accepting donations daily between 9AM and 5PM. Please remember all donations help fund job training services for people with disabilities and disadvantages.
Not too young to give joy. 13 year old Max Hou of Germantown has played piano since he was 4. He studies at the Julliard Conservatory in New York City. He will be a freshman at the Landon School. Listen to what he did at The Piano Company in White Flint Mall for those who gave blood at the WTOP/ABC-7 Inova Blood Drive.
The summer revival of Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater's acclaimed and record-setting production of Rodgers and Hammerstein's Oklahoma! Winner of four Helen Hayes Awards. Saturday afternoons during the run of Rodgers and Hammerstein's Oklahoma!, free family-friendly events will be held in and around the Mead Center from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m., prior to the 2:00 p.m. matinee. Come enjoy pony rides and a petting zoo on the Sixth Street sidewalk with the return of Pony To Go, learn some of the award-winning dance moves from the show, or share a box social lunch with your friends and family. Arena Stage is only one block from the Waterfront-SEU Metro station (Green Line).
Why ARE chef's competing at the Tennis Classic?? It's for the kids! thru The Washington Tennis & Education Foundation (WTEF)
Yes, there is something free the 15th Annual Comcast Outdoor Film Festival,at the Universities at Shady Grove in Rockville, Bring a blanket and enjoy the show beginning at 8:30 each evening. Gates open at 6:30 p.m. Food and snacks will be for sale with a portion of the proceeds benefiting the NIH Children's Charities - Children's Inn, Camp Fantastic/Special Love, and Friends of the Clinical Center. click here for the film schedule. The Universities at Shady Grove are located at 9630 Gudelsky Drive in Rockville. Free parking is available.
Yes there are changes at Nationals Park regarding burgers, but what hasn't changed?
Voice of God?? No, Voice of Charlie! A Washington Tradition just like the Legg Mason Tennis Classic.
It is a very interesting answer and after listening click here
this time with NSO @ Wolf Trap bringing down the house.
Nearly 7 thousand people did on Saturday night with NSO @ Wolf Trap. Here is how maestro Emil de Cou explained it all before hand.
comes alive at Chantilly High because of the Alliance Theatre family production with a cast of 90.
Show dates for Hairspray are: July 30 @4:00pm, July 31 @2:00pm, August 1 @7:30pm, August 4 @7:30pm, August 5 @7:30pm, August 6 @7:30pm, and August 7 @2:00pm. The performances that offer the behind the scenes program and patch are Sat, July 30th (the 4 pm show; behind the scenes at 2:30) and Sun, July 31st (the 2 pm show; behind the scenes at 12:30). Tickets are $16 for adults, $14 for children and seniors. All performances will be held at Chantilly High School, 4201 Stringfellow Rd Chantilly, For tickets call 703.220.8101
Kababji Grill will offer Ramadan specials from July 31 until August 29 in observance of the holiday in which fasting is observed from sunrise until sundown. Kababji Grill 351 Connecticut Avenue NW (Dupont Circle South) 202.822.8999
Lincoln Pennies at Lincoln Restaurant 1110 Vermont Avenue NW 202.386.9200
The Washington Performing Arts Society's 15th Annual Children of the Gospel Vocal Workshop. The culminating camp event: Friday, July 29th at the Zion Baptist Church 4850 Blagden Ave NW (near Carter Barron) 6:00PM
Meet a man who found his calling because of a passion to right a wrong against his Grandmother. He is David N. Gamse Chief Executive Officer, Jewish Council for the Aging the recent honoree of Seabury Resources for Aging
A special way to help women on their way to recovering from breast cancer. Casting for Recovery!