On-Air News Links and Videos

View Comments
Latest News

Get Breaking News First

Receive News, Politics, and Entertainment Headlines Each Morning.
Sign Up

Looking for something you heard on All-News 99.1 WNEW? Find it below

Oct. 24, 2014

Food Day

Every Oct. 24 is Food Day, to inspire us to change our diets for the better and improve our food policies. This year, Food Day has a special focus on food access and justice for food and farm workers. In Baltimore, the city health department has created a social media campaign around the hashtag #BmoreFoodJust to spark a conversation about food justice. Join the campaign and the conversation here.

Queen Elizabeth II Tweets For The First Time


Little Girl Devastated That She’ll Never Get To Meet George Washington

Oct. 23, 2014

NFL Launching PSA on Domestic Violence

The NFL is launching a new series of PSA’s denouncing domestic violence and sexual assault.

Lights On Afterschool

On Oct. 23, more than 1 million people in communities across the nation and at U.S. military installations worldwide will join the only national rally for afterschool programs. Sponsored by the Afterschool Alliance and now in its 15th year, Lights On Afterschool brings communities together for science fairs, fun runs, community service events and more. Find a local Lights On Afterschool event by clicking here.

A Good Read

Searching for tickets for your favorite band can be an adventure, especially when it happened BEFORE there was something called the Internet. WNEW’S Judlyne Lilly has A Good Read, “Chasing the Beatles.”

Pittsburgh Penguins Tribute to Canadians

Partial Eclipse To Be Visible Thursday Afternoon

A partial solar eclipse will be visible from much of North America this Thursday, according to NASA.

Marvel’s ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ Teaser Trailer

Oct. 21, 2014

Surprise Foo Fighters Show

Tickets for a surprise show by The Foo Fighters at The Black Cat on Oct. 24 will go on sale at 6 p.m. Tuesday. Tickets are only on sale in-person at The Black Cat. Click here for more info.

The World’s First Hoverboard

Hendo is developing a magnet-based hoverboard and has started a Kickstarter campaign to help raise at least $250,000 by Dec. 15, 2014.

One Love Foundation Video

One Love Foundation is promoting a video called “Shatter the Silence” during Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

Ray Rice Halloween Costume

Halloween is still over a week away, but a contender for the year’s most inappropriate costume has already arrived: Ray Rice dragging the limp body of the wife he’d just beaten into unconsciousness.

Drowsy Driving Forum

The National Transportation Safety Board is hosting a forum in D.C. today on overcoming the dangers of drowsy driving.

Hong Kong Officials and Students Talk as Part of “Umbrella Revolution”

Talks between Hong Kong officials and students have started and are being broadcast live.

Oct. 20, 2014

Amazon Fulfillment Centers Hiring 80K Seasonal Employees

To apply for a seasonal job at the Amazon Fulfillment Center in Baltimore, click here.

Tristan Thompson Kisses Sideline Interviewer

Lady Shows Up To Dulles In Full Body Suit

Oct. 19, 2014

Community Development Network of Maryland

A new awareness campaign by CDN, called “Leading the way to stronger communities,” is an ongoing initiative with the goal to increase awareness of the social and economic impact of the community development industry on the quality of life in Maryland. To highlight the importance of this industry, the first “Maryland Community Development Week” will take place October 20 – 27, 2014 with various events throughout the state. To find an event near you, click here.

Oct. 18, 2014

Star Wars Fan Film Awards

After a 3 year break, Lucasfilms has re-launched the Star Wars Fan Film Awards. These are short films where filmmakers put their own spin on the Star Wars Franchise. The winning films will be screened at the Star Wars Celebration 2015 in California just around the time Episode 7 is released.

Cuz We Care

Cuz We Care, Inc. is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping families who have lost a child to pay for final arrangements.

Oct. 17, 2014

Controversial Calendar Shoot “Hot Shots 2015″

A controversial calendar shoot, called “Hot Shots 2015,” possibly involves Utah’s Camp Williams. Officials said the shoot, which features women riding in a military-style tank and firing weapons, was not sanctioned by the Utah National Guard.

Maryland Public Television Introduces Video Series

Maryland Public Television has introduced a new original web series called Investbusters to debunk investing myths. The series, posted online, is meant to give millennials (those born between 1982-2002) answers to common financial questions in a concise manner that will help young adults approach their finances with awareness and informed action.

Oct. 16, 2014

Baltimore Running Festival

The Baltimore Running Festival happens Saturday morning, October 18. Everything you need to know about the race, whether you’re a runner or a spectator, is at http://www.thebaltimoremarathon.com/.

Anthony Brown’s Md. Gubernatorial Campaign Under Fire For Ad Featuring Cops

D.C. Mayoral Debate

The fourth D.C. Mayoral debate is tonight from 6:30-8:30 and our news partner WUSA9 will be live streaming it live at wusa9.com.

Flu Vaccination Clinics

The Baltimore Department of Health and Human Services will provide free flu vaccines to county residents at seven sites from 9 a.m. to noon on Oct. 25.

Junior Marvin Concert

Junior Marvin is playing at Montgomery College on Saturday. Click here for tickets and information.

Erykah Badu Busks Anonymously in NYC


Glenn Campbell, Who Is Battling Alzheimer’s, Releases Final Song

Paul Rudd, a Kansas City Fan, Promises Kegger at His Mom’s

Oct. 15, 2014

“I Love Lucy” Premiered This Day on CBS in 1951

5-Year-Old Boy Asks Demi Lovato To Marry Him

Michelle Obama’s Rendition of “Turn Down For What”

Oct. 14, 2014

Ebola Guidelines

These recommendations give guidance on the safe handling of human remains that may contain Ebola virus and are for use by personnel who perform postmortem care in U.S. hospitals and mortuaries

Metro’s New Fare Payment Technology

Metro is inviting riders to help test its new fare payment system using new payment methods, such as contactless credit cards and mobile phones. Riders can get more information and sign up to participate in the pilot by clicking here.

Massive Pumpkin Wins Heavyweight Competition

Monday marked the annual Safeway World Championship Pumpkin Weigh-Off, where a pumpkin weighing in at 2,058 pounds was declared the “world champion” of pumpkins.

Oct. 13, 2014

Giant Godzilla Crab

A picture showing a massive 50-foot crab near a British resort has some people on the Internet freaking out, but is it real? That could be a lot of crab cakes.

Mt. Vernon Place Restoration

Restoration of Baltimore’s Washington Monument is wrapping up a couple of weeks ahead of schedule. Checkout the Mt. Vernon Place Facebook page to see behind the scenes pictures and explanations of the restoration work.

Spotify Shows Us What Students Are Listening To, And When

Just what kind of music is your college student listening to, and when? Spotify crunched the numbers.

Ebola Update From Inova Hospital

In light of the announcement of the first contracted Ebola case in the United States, Inova hospital in Falls Church has released a statement about its Ebola Task Force making upgrades to its action plan.

Dance Party Breaks Out on Australian Train

Oct. 11, 2014

Rerun Time Machine

Watcheroo offers posting dates and summaries for online-only shows, while ReRunCentury lists prime time TV schedules from 1948-1999 with links to available DVDs and free videos.

Oct. 10, 2014

International Day of the Girl

Bethesda native Eliana Stanislawski started the movement in 10th grade while she ran Girls Unite at Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School. There are lots of events going on around the D.C. area on Oct. 11.

Second State

Second State, taking over the former Mighty Pint on M Street in Northwest D.C., will show off its new transformation on Oct. 21.

Oct. 9, 2014

Army Ten-Miler

Thousands of runners are heading into the region to participate in the Army Ten Miler on Sunday, a race that supports soldiers and their families.

Learn To Speak Dothraki

Now “Game of Thrones” geeks can learn the Dothraki language, thanks to a UC Berkeley grad with a degree in linguistics who creates fake languages.

Rock The Vote Presents “Turn Out For What”


New D.C.-Based Graduate School

The LBJ School Washington Center is offering a Master’s degree Program with a focus on federal public policy. Dean of the LBJ School of Public Affairs Robert Hutchings says the 18 month program starts at the University of Texas in Austin. The first class starts in the fall of 2015.

Oct. 8, 2014

Bar Sheds are Replacing the Man Cave

Some men are upgrading their man caves and taking them outside with “bar sheds“. The trend allows guys to have their own retreat outside the house.

Russian Children Sing Creepy Birthday Song For President Putin

Oct. 7, 2014

‘Almost White’

Rick Najera takes an honest look at the depiction of Latino culture with his new thought-provoking and comedic memoir, Almost White: Forced Confessions of a Latino in Hollywood.

H&M Outfit Looks Like Kurdish Uniform

Complaints flooded in on social media recently accusing H&M of copying the uniforms worn by female Kurdish soldiers fighting ISIS in the Middle East.

5-Year-Old JP Gibson Plays for the Utah Jazz

Oct. 6, 2014

Stop Bullying Campaign

CustomInk, which is based in Fairfax, recently launched its fourth annual bullying prevention campaign “Be Good to Each Other,” which includes the participation of nearly 20 nationally recognized celebrities and athletes. Click here for more details.

Jacksonville Mascot Makes Ebola Joke

The mascot for the Jacksonville Jaguars is under a lot of scrutiny after holding up a sign that read “Towels Carry Ebola” with a Pittsburgh “Terrible Towel” in his other hand.

Better Call Saul

The Fault in Our Stars

Oct. 4, 2014

Mad Men Fan Video

At AMC, the folks at Mad Men – in preparation for the series finale this spring – wants fans to shoot a short video of themselves explaining why they love the show and what they’ll miss when it’s gone. If you’re chosen, you’ll have to pay your own way to LA for the promo shoot, but they’ll give you a hundred dollars.

Moviefone Voice

It went the way of dial up a while back and now Moviefone is looking for someone new. Moviefone, now online – is in search of a man or a woman who will be the voice AND the face of the brand.

Davidsonville Wildlife Sanctuary

Davidsonville Wildlife Sanctuary cares for injured and orphaned wildlife, returning them to the wild whenever possible. If they can’t be returned to the wild, the Sanctuary either places them in good homes or provides a home for them for the rest of their lives. The Sanctuary is run entirely by volunteers and they need some help! Anyone 18 and over who can commit to at least one morning a week is welcome.

Oct. 2, 2014

Top Cities for Eligible Men

The Washington, D.C. metro area has made it to a top ten list of cities for eligible men. The list was created by the Pew Research Center.

Singapore Flight Costs More Than $18,000

This luxury plane ride to Singapore will cost you $18,400. That sky high price is because flyers have their own individual suites with televisions and first class service.

Nestle FITNESS Bra Cam


View Comments
blog comments powered by Disqus

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 1,655 other followers