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.
The effects of the government shutdown have extended into peoples’ day-to-day lives, wallets, and even how they entertain themselves, but it hasn’t completely put a hold on the free movie schedule in the D.C. area.
The new Ron Howard movie Rush hits theaters this weekend, but if you’re in no hurry to pay full price to go to the movies, a few outdoor movie festivals from the summer have been extended into the fall.
Lanham, Md. (CBSDC) — If your idea of the perfect weekend is to sit around the house and enjoy a good book, this may be the perfect time to get out of your comfort zone [...]
While the pay-per-movie selections are slim pickens this weekend at the box office, there are some great movies you can see around town, free of charge, like Brad Pitt in “World War Z.”
With millions flooding the movie theaters around the country with nothing to do, there’s only One Direction to go: anywhere else. Save the hassle, and check out a flick for free, in peace.
There aren’t many blockbusters battling for your attention this weekend.
Taking the kids to the movies shouldn’t feel like a job, and it shouldn’t cost you your entire paycheck either. Check out these recent blockbusters playing around the city, free of charge.
This weekend’s box office brings movies for kids, adults, and adults who act like kids, but free movie screenings in the area bring cinematic entertainment to everyone without breaking the bank.
Don’t go blue in the face paying to see “Smurfs 2″ this weekend. There are movies geared towards young and old playing for free in a theater near you.
Don’t want Hugh Jackman’s “The Wolverine” slashing through your wallet this weekend? Save your money, and take the family to a movie free of charge at one of the many summer movie festivals going on, in and around town.