During Black History Month WTOP is highlighting black men and women in the area who are doing groundbreaking work to better the community. In our final installment, Mike Locksley returns to Maryland for his dream job, but is tasked with much more than just coaching football in College Park.
AU alum Kevin Sampson is a cinematic renaissance man from his Arlington TV show “Picture Lock” to the first-ever D.C. Black Film Festival.
Aisha Bowe has enjoyed a meteoric rise from mediocre student to her dream job at NASA to CEO of a successful business. The D.C. resident’s long, winding road there is the stuff of black history.
More than faith is growing at Pleasant Hope Baptist Church in Baltimore. There is a movement to build a sustainable food system, including a community garden.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.