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Anna-Lysa Gayle
Save your money with this list. From Georgetown to Prince George’s County, there’s plenty to do in July around the DMV. Advertisements (1) Summer Concerts in the Park Continues in Falls Church Description: “Beginning on June 17, enjoy live music from local bands and musicians every Thursday night starting at 7:00 p.m. in Cherry Hill...
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Richard Washington III is moving from Assistant News Director in Charlotte, NC to News Director in Hartford, CT. “This is a tremendous honor to have a seat at the table,” he said. “I know that I can help forge a path for people like me.” According to the latest RTDNA/Newhouse School at Syracuse University Survey,...
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As cities start to loosen restrictions, more and more activities are returning this summer in the DMV. Here are a few of my favorites. I’ll update this list throughout the month. These events are subject to change, verify before you go. (1) Summer Concerts in the Park Series – Falls Church Description: “Beginning on June 17,...
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Photo credit: Dr. Lucy McBride As we inch closer to the summer, leaders are lifting restrictions all across the United States. This month, I’m discussing the next steps for the vaccinated and the unvaccinated with Dr. Lucy McBride. Dr. McBride practices general internal medicine in Washington, D.C. She shares the latest information on the pandemic,...
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Photo credit: Yale.edu Max Jordan Nguemeni Tiako, a fourth-year Yale medical student, was recently recognized on Forbes Magazine’s list of  30 Under 30. Advertisements On this episode, he’s answering your questions about the vaccines available in the United States. Tiako, who grew up in Cameroon, is the host of the podcast Flip The Script. “He...
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Happy Black History Month, This month, I’m sitting down with the one and only Sam Ford. In 2016, Ford was added to D.C.’s Hall of Fame. He is one of 44 men and women, “who gathered on Dec. 12, 1975, in Washington, D.C., to form NABJ.” For more than three decades, he has been the voice...
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Photo credit: Howard University With fences around the National Mall, ahead of the 59th Presidential Inauguration, it’s hard to feel connected to the tradition. Hopefully with this episode, you’ll get a sense of the thoughts floating around in the nation’s capital. This month I’m sitting down with the one and only Dr. Greg Carr, who...
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If you’re looking for a new home in the DMV, amid the pandemic, you’re in the right place. Realtor Daniel Walcott is unlocking the keys to success for first-time home buyers in the competitive housing market.                                      ...
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As the co-founder of Black Nomad, 32-year-old Orville “Auzzi” Aiken is living out the definition of his brand. He’s fearless and willing to travel, alone, to places that are unpopular. The Howard alum, who has been to 64 countries, recently survived Covid-19 while in Jamaica. When he was cleared to travel again, he went to...
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Samantha Chatman is an Emmy Award-winning journalist with ABC7 Chicago. “Chatman, who grew up in Chicago’s Hyde Park neighborhood, joined Chicago’s Number #1 news station in September 2019.” When I first found out she was embarking on her natural hair journey, I was so excited. You may have noticed that there aren’t many Black women...
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