Raised in nearby Howard County, she opted to attend the University of Maryland, College Park for the in-state tuition. The prestigious journalism program didn’t hurt, either.
She worked in newspapers for three years after graduating in 2009. Looking for a more fast-paced environment, she turned to the world of radio in early 2013.
When she’s not in the newsroom, she’s usually skating as a member of her roller derby team in Frederick, Md.
When a Ph.D. tells you chocolate is healthy, you should believe them, right?
A cat café called Crumbs and Whiskers is set to open in D.C. later this year.
A lot of U.S. couples are starting out their married lives “for poorer,” according to a 2014 survey of 16,000 brides and grooms.
The Keurig single-cup coffee brewing systems do not come up on short on convenience, as millions of instant-gratification and caffeine-loving customers will tell you, but they may be coming up short when it comes to environmental-friendliness.
At Dog Tag Bakery in Georgetown, every dish is served with a side of support for disabled post-9/11 war veterans.
You’ve probably never heard of a fecal transplant. Then again, you’ve probably never heard of C. difficile, the affliction that the transplants are used to treat.
After airing an ad during Super Bowl XLIX that made a lot of people question its sanity, Nationwide Insurance has released a statement explaining why it chose to feature the spot about household accidents killing children.
D.C. and Baltimore are among the U.S. cities to which college-educated adults are moving in droves since the turn of the century, according to a recent report from the City Observatory think tank.
Some people might think that living close to a Starbucks, with its tempting but pricey frappes and lattes, would make them poorer.
Someone call George Costanza! There’s now a way to find private bathrooms for rent while you’re out and about or traveling.