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.
Movies for the kids abound on this week’s list of free movies from Beltway to Beltway. Just about every day this week offers something for the Rated PG set, from “Muppets Most Wanted” and “The Pirate Fairy” on Saturday to “Frozen” and “Babe” on Friday.
The free summer outdoor movie scene gets more of a classic fair this week.
Summertime outdoor movie festivals are in full swing from Beltway to Beltway, but this week, the one that many locals wait all year for gets under way.
This week’s free movie scene in the D.C.-Baltimore area has an international flavor.
Outdoor movie season is spreading from Beltway to Beltway.
Family films abound once again in this week’s list of free movies from Baltimore to Washington, including some films that may spark nostalgia for your childhood, if you’re of a certain age.
Movies for kids and teens dominate the free movie scene this week, and for good reason.
Summertime popcorn movies notwithstanding, the biggest show in the world for the next few weeks just may be the 2014 FIFA World Cup.
Local libraries, museums and outdoor movie festivals are offering more titles to cater to kids and teens this week, from art films at the National Art Gallery to classics like “The Wizard of Oz, from animated Disney stuff for the kids to more YA fare like “Ender’s Game” and “The Hunger Games.”
“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times” for the local free movie scene.