We always remember where we were when Sept. 11 happened.
While most young adults settle in to watch a movie, meet friends for a drink or have dinner at a local restaurant after work, WTOP Editor Samantha Loss spends her evenings hanging upside-down.
I found a variation of that famous line from \”The Godfather: Part II\” repeatedly escape my lips Saturday when I heard about the shooting at the Columbia mall.
It doesn\’t take much to get motivated. But it does take a lot to stay
Not everyone is drinking out of a giant cup of Christmas cheer this year. But before you go hounding \”the grinches,\” stop and think about why people might be low on spirit.
Fifty years after President Kennedy was shot and killed in Dallas, Americans are remembering where they were when they learned he had been assassinated. WTOP\’S Kate Ryan and her family learned from their dad, who was one of three men anchoring NBC New\’s live coverage during that long, terrible weekend.
We may share a name, but I have to admit I never felt any real connection to Paula Abdul. That is, until now.
Most of us drive a car because we have to get to work or run errands. We sit in traffic, honk and complain about how bad the other driver is. But what about driving for fun — experiencing the thrill of taking a back road or just stopping to see something you\’ve never seen before?
There will always be a Boston Marathon. By the Lord\’s grace, I\’ll get back there and have a wicked good time.
I\’ve been in a serious on-and-off-again relationship for 12 years. It\’s complicated.
A radio reporter and anchor who drives a car with a rich history, but no radio.
After 22 winters in Michigan, a little snow in
Washington isn\’t going to
Usually, siblings meet each other on a birthday.
Sometimes they meet at baggage claim.
Shunned by their classmates, the only black girl
and a white girl known for wetting her pants were
left no choice but to be partners. Had they
spoken to each other, the 5 year olds may have
discovered their worlds weren\’t so different.
WTOP\’s Heather Brady spent a few hours dancing in a corset at a Victorian Ball. A few hours was more than enough.
The three-part series "The making of Marion Barry" looks at how the future mayor got his start in the civil rights movement, how he became a power player in the city and his enduring legacy.