WTOP's Bob Madigan
Bob Madigan has been with WTOP Radio for 20 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 email@example.com or follow him on Twitter.
The 27th Helen Hayes Awards were handed out at the Warner Theatre. Here are the two reports that ran one on some of the winners the second on the Helen Hayes Forever USPS Stamp.
The president of Georgetown University Hospital Richard Goldberg, MD. Wait til you hear about his favorite pastime.
Tom Sietsema reviews: Sabai Sabai Simply Thai
19847 Century Blvd, Germantown
Listen to two versions of his review below and click here to read the rest
Why the Bowie Baysox season opener was a home run for breast cancer awareness!
as his wife Jayni is honored by the National Wildlife Federation.
the restaurant that is..
Medium Rare 3500 Connecticut Ave. NW., 202.237.1432
that would be delicious! Food University™ Presented by Family Circle event at IKEA Woodbridge on Saturday, April 16th from 2-4 p.m.
The NSO is! They play together at the Kennedy Center thru Saturday.
So many out on a Sunday night to make sure they get it by attending the Blue Jeans Ball for the Capital Area Food Bank.
Everyone was barking up the right tree helping raise $520,000 for the Washington Humane Society
Click on the buttons below to hear Tom Sietsema's review on the radio and click here to read the rest.
600 14th Street, NW, 202.783.0083
"21 Pun Salute" wraps up it's run April 9th 8:00 pm
Montgomery College Cultural Arts Center
7995 Georgia Avenue
Silver Spring, MD
Yes it can be done! As Dr. Pamela Peeke, MD explains.
The Renaissance Dupont Circle Hotel and the Corcoran College of Art + Design are collaborating on a collection of 15 contemporary works from students on display hotel's lounge through Labor Day.
and not on their gizmos but through The National Philharmonic -- Kids Free program click here
Share Our Stength's Taste of the Nation!
It was a great reception for the local teacher who became a music legend raising big bucks for Washington Performing Arts Society (WPAS)