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D.C.-based yoga instructor Faith Hunter works with Haitian women through yoga to propel activism and community service.
It's not all cookies and campfires for one local Girl Scout troop. These girls build robots and confidence as they advance in robotics competitions.
With fewer apartments building parking garages, one company hopes to ease commutes and expand options with its multi-modal transit displays.
More people are ditching traditional dining options and opting for intimate and adventurous food experiences.
It's more than just a ball. A lot of science, technology and money goes into making the World Cup ball. But does it make a difference?
Alison Victoria, of HGTV and DIY Network's "Kitchen Crashers," discusses her new app and shares her favorite home designs of the season.
With the farmers markets back in season, local farmers ramp up their kale supply to keep up with the demand.
The food you grow in your garden isn't limited to the salad bowl. "The Drunken Botanist" says it's time to drink in the fruits of your labor.
Parents are furious about the 'Frozen' supply, of dresses and dolls -- and they won't let it go.
It's looks like a music lesson, but really, it's therapy. Music therapists deliver treatments through song and play.
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