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.
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.
The battle between D.C. cabbies and Uber, the company that lets drivers use their own cars and be hailed via a phone app, has been well-documented.