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  • Stephanie Yezek, ready to Bare it all again

    Stephanie Yezek, ready to Bare it all again
    "We are not an ordinary dance company," affirms Stephanie Yezek when asked about her Bare Contemporary Dance Collaboration. Together with co-founder Francesca Jandasek, the Howard County native is back in town after a whirlwind dance tour, and is...
  • High school basketball scores

    High school basketball scores for March 3 GIRLS BASKETBALL AAA State Championship Quarterfinal    Princess Anne 57, Potomac 42    Woodside 55, William Fleming 42 AA State Championship Division 3 Quarterfinal    Liberty-Bealeton 73, Brunswick 51    R.E....
  • Cherry Blossom Festival: Postal Service dedicates cherry blossom stamps

    Cherry Blossom Festival: Postal Service dedicates cherry blossom stamps
    ++++++++++++++++++++ ||   || || What: || First-Day-of-Issue stamp dedication ceremony for the Cherry Blossom Centennial 45-cent Forever stamps || || Who: || Ambassador of Japan Ichiro Fujisaki Postmaster General Patrick Donahoe Stamp...
  • Share Your Remembrances Of The Terror Attacks On September 11, 2001

    Chris Murtha, Wethersfield: I was living in NYC at the time, and would connect my subway line at the WTC everyday. I can still remember everything about that morning. It was a bright blue sky, fall crispness in the air, and I was on my way to Newark...
  • Despite fatal stabbing, crime low on Metro transit, agency says

    Despite fatal stabbing, crime low on Metro transit, agency says
    Crime on Metro trains and buses has been dropping over the last five years and is lower than in many of the communities they serve, according to the Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s news blog. The Source, addressing the issue after a fatal...
  • Your Cab Ride May Soon Be A Little More Costly

    Your Cab Ride May Soon Be A Little More Costly
    While Metro has already raised their rates multiple times over the past few years, it appears that D.C. cab drivers may soon be following suit. By February 2012, you could be paying almost double what you pay now per-mile. D.C. Taxicab Commissioner...
  • A rainy National Book Festival whets readers' appetites

    A rainy National Book Festival whets readers' appetites
    Despite a midday deluge, book lovers turned out in record numbers for the ninth annual National Book Festival in Washington, D.C., on Saturday. The gray morning couldn't dissuade 130,000 people from attending readings and signings on the National Mall...
  • L.A. County sheriff's plan to send deputies to inauguration is questioned

    The request was straightforward, even flattering. Send a few hundred Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies across the country next month to assist Washington, D.C., police at the presidential inauguration. It's the price tag of $1.6 million -- with as...
  • Traffic Congestion Improves

    North Texas drivers spend countless hours in traffic each year, but a new study shows congestion is easing. According to INRIX, a Washington based company that studies traffic flow patterns, the nations top 10 metro areas showed big declines in traffic...
  • Travelling to Washington

        With April vacation right around the corner, what are some suggestions AAA would make for parents to get away with their children? Middle school children will especially like the Spy Tour - which takes them back through the past 65 years of spy...
  • Despite Tickets, Metro Women Can't Get into Inauguration

    Despite Tickets, Metro Women Can't Get into Inauguration
    For some metro area women in Washington, D.C. for the Inauguration, things didn't go according to plan. Among the two million people gathering around the nation's capitol Tuesday to witness President Obama's inauguration were two women FOX 4 met...