DC store’s Go-Go music is turned back on after neighborhood protest

For nearly a quarter-of-a-century, a local store in Washington’s Shaw neighborhood has entertained the public with Go-Go played on external protests. A recent protest by neighbors silenced the music. But it didn’t last long after Go-Go fans united to get it turned back on.

Supreme Court hears oral arguments for Bladensburg Peace Cross case

The Supreme Court heard oral arguments on Wednesday for the Bladensburg Peace Cross, a controversial 40-foot-tall World War I monument. The prosecution says the cross is a violation of the Establishment Clause and separation of church and state. The defense argues the monument serves as a secular memorial for the fallen soldiers.

Maryland businesses on display at local culinary festival

A variety of vendors, including several from Maryland, came together to share different kinds of food and alcohol at the Chocolate, Wine & Whiskey Festival in Washington, D.C. on Saturday.

Chesapeake farmers target runoff reduction, lawmakers seek conservation funds

MIDDLETOWN, Maryland — A gaggle of excitable white turkeys gobbled and clucked in their pen at Open Book Farm on a chilly afternoon in late October. Most days, the birds roamed free in one of the farm’s pastures, scratching and…

Curling and cocktails to mark an Olympic season

The stage is set for this year’s Olympic Winter Games and some area residents recently had the chance to enjoy cocktails and the Olympic sport of curling. Visitors to Washington’s Wharf District were able to take to the ice and try their hand at tossing the winning stone

Protesters rally at the March on DC for a Better Tomorrow

They called it the “People’s March On Washington” and the weekend before President Donald Trump delivers his first State of the Union address thousands gathered in the nation’s capital and called for a better tomorrow. The march, organized by the grassroots organization, “People Demand Action,” kicked off at the Lincoln Memorial and followed a path down the National Mall that included a stop in front of the White House. Organizers say this is just the beginning of their efforts to mobilize in advance of the 2018 elections.

Local monuments commemorate historic Hispanic figures

Use this interactive map to find 6 Washington, D.C. monuments celebrating Hispanic heritage.

Local woman searches for family’s stories of the Holocaust

Montgomery County resident Rachel Miller’s parents both survived the Holocaust but shared little about that time with their family. So Miller is going back through records at D.C.’s Holocaust Memorial Museum to learn their story

U.S. Senate committee holds hearing for deputy attorney general post

Maryland U.S. Attorney Rod Rosenstein was drilled by members of the Senate Judiciary Committee about what he would do if he were given the second highest ranking post in the Department of Justice. Rosenstein is President Trump’s nominee to be Deputy U.S. Attorney General.

Final farewell to Bao Bao at Washington’s National Zoo

WASHINGTON– Bao Bao the panda is being sent to China to live out her life per an agreement with China. Bao Bao’s parents were loaned to the U.S. with the assurance that all cubs would be returned to China before…

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