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This weekend, downtown D.C. will be overrun by the Capital Pride parade. For people looking to avoid the rainbow-colored festivities, here are some other options for the region.
The singer had a forgettable moment this week during his concert at Washington's DAR Constitution Hall. But it was certainly unforgettable for a local lawyer, who's now something of an online sensation.
The search-engine giant will launch a paid, online music database similar to Amazon.
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The passing of Norio Ohga, the Sony executive credited with creating the CD as we know it, prompted WTOP's Nathan Hager to ask you what the first CD you ever bought was. Here's some of your answers.
WTOP's Nathan Hager and Neal Augenstein discuss the latest song from a professional celebrity that has decided to try their hand as a pop singer - Kim Kardashian.
When the Frederick resident began playing the drums at 13, she only dreamed of accompanying her favorite groups like The Monkees or Paul Revere and the Raiders.