Making It in Today’s Music World: One Band’s Journey

As pop and electric dance music increase in popularity, bands have to work harder to make it in today’s music industry. Up-and-coming band, Joy Classic, explains what it takes.

Simplicity and Sound Are at the Forefront for U Street Music Hall

St. Patrick’s Day marks the five-year anniversary of the opening of Washington’s U Street Music Hall, a venue that focuses on sound and simplicity.

Maryland’s New Adjutant General Makes History

How Maj. Gen. Linda L. Singh went from having no real home to becoming Maryland’s 29th adjutant general, the first woman and African-American to serve in this position.

A Call for Congress to Support Gender Equality in the Workplace

Advocates and congresswomen push for laws and policies for equality for women in the workplace.

Navy Looks for Technology Advances

The Navy’s high-tech future was on display for all to see Wednesday at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center.

Students Urged to Play Important Role in Future of Environment

Maryland high school students showed officials what they know about the Chesapeake Bay here Monday afternoon, starting with basic information and ending with how to pass legislation crucial to the bay’s future.

Panelists Discuss Charlie Hebdo Attack and Freedom of Speech

Although the First Amendment grants Americans the freedom to say what they want, some things may be better left unsaid, a panelist in a discussion about reaction to the bloody attack at Charlie Hebdo headquarters said Thursday.