On-Air News Links and Videos (page 3)
May 31, 2014
Washington Performing Arts Summer Camps
The deadline is near to register for the Washington Performing Arts summer camps. Tuition is free with two meals daily.
May 30, 2014
University of Maryland Credit Protection Deadline
The deadline for people affected by the data breach at the University of Maryland to sign up for five years of free credit monitoring, is May 31.
May 29, 2014
What Icing Smiles makes – as the nonprofit puts it – is “much more than a cake.” The organization creates custom cakes and other goodies for families of an ill child.
The Wonder Years Selfies
The cast of The Wonder Years — that delightful gem of a 1980s/1990s TV show — reunited this week and then took a bunch of selfies for all of us to enjoy.
Charm City LGBT Film Fest
Creative Alliance’s Charm City LGBT Film Festival Committee has meticulously selected six award winning films that have premiered at the most renowned national and international LGBT film festivals.
The Millennial Quiz
More than 1.35 million people and counting have taken this quiz to find out how “Millennial” they are.
May 28, 2014
Maya Angelou Quotes
A collection of the poet and author’s most memorable speeches, poems and interviews.
50 Cent Throws Like…
Rapper 50 Cent threw out the first pitch before a Mets game… or he tried to, anyway. Wow!
Marvin Gaye Stamps
Fans of the singer want Marvin Gaye stamps to be sold at post offices and have created an online petition to make it happen. Their goal is to receive one million signatures.
May 27, 2014
Maryland Early Voting Centers
Early voting for Maryland’s gubernatorial primary begins June 12. Click here to see a list of the state’s early voting centers, all of which are accessible to voters with disabilities.
A group of designers has created an ultra-lightweight, ultra-quick electric skateboard that could change the way we commute.
Super Long Bowling Strike
Average Teacher Salaries
How much money do teachers across the United States get paid? This map shows the average salaries for teachers from state to state.
Kids React to Old Computers