Nathan Hager brings more than a decade of news experience in and around Washington, D.C., to mornings on All News 99.1, WNEW. He arrived in the nation’s capital just after New Year’s 2000, as the morning writer on what was then D.C.’s only all-news station, WTOP.
He rose rapidly through the ranks, gaining experience along the way, on the editor’s desk, on the street as a breaking news reporter, and in the studio as an anchor.
Today, he’s excited to be a part of your morning on the new choice for news, traffic and weather in Maryland, Virginia and the District.
Nathan was born in California, spent his teen years in Washington state, and graduated magna cum laude from Washington & Lee University with a Bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism and English. When he’s not staying on top of the news (and even when he is) he spends as much time as he can with his wife, son and daughter.
If your kids just can’t wait for the next big kiddy blockbuster (“Muppets Most Wanted” to hit theaters, see some of these child classics at a local theater free of charge.
For fans of the Oscars, the wait is almost over.
This week’s schedule of free movies around the DC area offers plenty of opportunities to cure your cabin fever on the cheap, including romantic classics to extend your Valentine’s Day celebrations.
If you’re looking for something to watch this week besides the Olympics, the D.C. area’s free movie scene won’t disappoint.
Escape the frigid cold and curl up in front of the silver screen this weekend to see one of the many free movies playing in theaters in and around the District.
Action and Oscar-winning films are flooding the D.C. area’s free movie scene, with flicks like “The Dark Knight” and “The Blind Side”.
Martin Luther King, Jr., Day is still more than a week away, but when it comes to celebrating the civil rights icon’s life and lasting legacy, why wait?
But there are great movies to be seen for free in the D.C. area this week. They just came out a few years — or in some cases, several decades — ago.
In these final few days of 2013, the libraries and museums that show free movies around town appear ready to turn the page on a new year.
‘Twas the week around Christmas, and all through D.C.; a full schedule of movies, all of them free!