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Summer may be coming to a hasty end but that doesn’t mean that the family fun has to. Here are some suggestions on things to do with the kids on the weekends. Best of all–these ideas are all low to no cost! VIA WASHINGTON.ORG: 1. Watch the National Zoo‘s conservation efforts first-hand and pay a […]

Are you ready for some football? Check out the home team’s entire schedule right here and let us know how much you love the Washington Washington Football Team in the comments section. Sep. 13, 2009 at N.Y. Giants 4:15 p.m Fox Sep. 20, 2009 St. Louis 1:00 p.m Fox Sep. 27, 2009 at Detroit 1:00 […]

VIA WJLA: The first lady wants a new farmers’ market to come to D.C., but the location is causing some controversy. If approved, the market would shut down part of Vermont Avenue once a week during rush hour. Nestled in the concrete village that is downtown D.C. could soon be a fresh farmers’ market near […]

Radio Media Appreciation Lunch Pictured above: Radio One Founder/Chairperson Cathy Hughes Publisher The Washington Informer Denise Rolark Barnes General Manager The Washington Afro Edgar Brookins General Manager/Vice President Radio One DC Michele Williams News/Community/Media Relations Director Radio One DC Sheila Stewart

Save the date for the 2nd Annual Spirit of Praise coming to the DC Armory on Saturday, October 10! Get ready to “praise the roof” with performances from Fred Hammond, Vanessa Bell Armstrong, Maurette Brown Clark and many more. Check out the flyer below and stay tuned for more details! Tickets go on sale soon! […]

VIA WJLA: More and more fathers are changing their job titles these days: they’re now known as Mister Mom. That’s because the recession has eliminated many male-dominated jobs, like construction and manufacturing. Rob Dalton has a job different from any he’s had before. “And I show up at the school up there, all the mothers […]

VIA WHAT’S THE DEAL DC: Tired of sitting at home twiddling your thumbs, eating Ramen noodles, and being sad about the recession? Just in the nick of time, What’s the Deal DC is here. We find awesome things for you and your friends to do in Washington DC and help you get out of the […]

VIA THE ARUGULA FILES: Recently, I’ve been heading to the market on Saturday, which means I have visit the farmers at 14th and U Street (instead of Dupont Circle). I like it. Here are six reasons why you would like it too. 1. Prices at 14th and U are, on average, cheaper than the Dupont […]

(Washington, DC) — Expect to see more Transit Police officers at Metrorail stations near schools and on trains and buses with large student populations. With area schools back in session, police will increase patrols to monitor students traveling through the Metro system during after-school hours. Officers will encourage kids to keep moving, discourage them from […]

VIA MYFOXDC: WASHINGTON – Washington’s Hot 99.5 Kane In The Morning show revealed that last week’s story about a man carrying around a sign that admitted he cheated on his wife was a hoax. According to broadcasts on the station Wednesday morning, the show admitted to staging the story in an attempt to see how […]

(Washington, DC) — A teenager is charged as an adult in connection with the deadly shooting of a Northwest Washington woman. DC Police have arrested 17-year-old Devonte Carlton of Northwest in the murder of 48-year-old Deborah Brown last Saturday evening in the 2900 block of 14th Street. DC Police Chief Cathy Lanier says this type […]

VIA WASHINGTON POST: Metro will shutter its Reagan National Airport station this weekend, forcing Labor Day weekend travelers to use shuttle buses or other forms of transportation during one of the busiest travel times of the year. The transit agency plans to close the airport station, as well as the Crystal City and Pentagon City […]