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Golf DMV is a weekly podcast discussing the latest news in professional golf, industry trends and highlighting golf courses in the greater Washington, D.C. area. Whether you're a high handicap, low handicap, club member or weekend hacker, if you love golf, you'll love the Golf DMV podcast.
 
DMV Made Easy is the best and most trusted DMV service in Las Vegas. We’ve been providing DMV services for over 28+ years and have helped customers all around the country with their DMV needs. We’re here to help you with all your DMV needs, whether it’s getting an address change, smog inspection, or anything in between. We’ll make sure that you’re taken care of so that you can focus on what’s important to you. Contact us today and let us help you with all your DMV needs.
 
Chirpin' DMV is your go to podcast for all things hockey in the DMV. Three former players and coaches Matt Billman, Kyle Powers, and Alex Brunstrom bring hot takes and wild content along with great interviews covering local hockey as well as Caps insights and breakdowns.
 
“Anthony Bourdain has one of the only shows on TV that tried with all its might to teach Americans not to be scared of other people.” This is the ethos I want to emulate with my show. Ive wanted to travel the world for a long time but now have 3 young children, which would make it very difficult. So I decided to create a show taking advantage of all that is here and explore all the different cultures in the DC area.
 
The RE/AL DMV is a Real Estate Podcast specifically for residents of the D.C., Maryland, and Virginia metro area. Our goal is to provide a hyper-locally focused outlook on all the real estate news that will impact YOU! Hosted by Jack Maestri and Larry Gibbons (Re/Max Realty Services), the show consists of interviews with real estate professionals hard at work right here in the DMV. The topics covered range from new developments (like The Wharf) to the trends and projections for YOUR local ma ...
 
The DC area known as the DMV has had some wildly creative people born or developed their creativity in the area. From Emmylou Harris to Fugazi or from Link Wray to Logic and Wale. Eduardo Sanchez developing and changing the horror genre with The Blair Witch Project. The birthplace of comedy legend Dave Chappelle and many others that have contributed to a constant legacy of creative people coming out of the DMV. You will hear interviews with artists and creative people from the area and about ...
 
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Nasir Qadree is the Founder and Managing Partner of Zeal Capital Partners headquartered in Washington, DC! They are an inclusive investment franchise that is focused on partnering with exceptional diverse management teams that are rethinking the building blocks of wealth from education, financial wellness, healthcare, and more. Zeal Capital Partner…
 
DC’s first non-alcoholic bar is set to open to the public this February. It’s called Binge Bar and sits on H Street in Northeast DC near the NoMa neighborhood. Gigi Arandid created the dry bar after getting a DUI and going sober. Arandid says she wants to create a safe, sober place for recovering alcoholics and those who want to limit their drinkin…
 
On this episode of the DMV Dine In, we’re learning more about seafood extraordinaire and restaurant entrepreneur Greg Casten in his newest restaurant called The Point DC as well as his sustainable seafood company ProFish. He's also the owner of some other well known restaurants including Tony and Joe's, Nick's Riverside Grill and Ivy City Smokehous…
 
In this week's episode we have Danny Farrar, Founder and CEO of SoldierFit and Founder and Executive Director of Platoon 22 in Frederick, Maryland! SoldierFit is a functional fitness program designed to help people in different ways with their 13 brick and mortar locations with group boot camps, gyms, group and personal training, and recently launc…
 
Since 1979, C-SPAN has broadcasted raw coverage of the U.S. Congress. But in the first week of January, something changed. C-SPAN became – as the Hollywood Reporter mused – “America’s Hottest TV Drama in 2023.” And all because, Congress let C-SPAN use their cameras to film the 5-day election of now Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy. Usually only …
 
David Kuzma is the Founder of Aquilo Private Wealth Advisors headquartered in the Maryland area! They are a wealth advisory firm designed for business owners who are looking to sell their business, helping them understand the integration of their business, personal, and family financial picture with their personal goals and aspirations post sale or…
 
The Jan. 6 insurrection shook the United States and democracy to its core — but it also left a lot of trash in Washington, D.C. Protesters and rioters left bottles, flag poles and stickers behind. But who cleaned up after them? Meet David Smith. He’s a Navy veteran and founder of Continue To Serve. Smith gathered more than 400 people to clean up th…
 
In this week's episode we have Daniel Holt, Founder of Anchorage Partners in Washington, DC! They are a crisis communication company helping people repair their reputation and focus on them learning and growing from their experiences. Dan is from Northern New Jersey and came down to Washington, DC, then went to grad school in North Carolina and bac…
 
TikTok is banned from all U.S. government and military phones, but is this just the beginning? Will TikTok — the most popular app in the world — be banned from all American phones? Virginia Senator and Chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee Mark Warner comes on the DMV Download podcast to talk about TikTok and why he doesn’t trust the Chinese s…
 
Welcome to the Season 3 Premier of The DMV Business Show with our guest Shaun Taylor! Shaun is the Co-Founder and Co-Owner of Black Viking Brewing in Gaithersburg, Maryland! They are the first Black-owned brewery in Montgomery County, founded in 2020! Shaun was born and raised in Montgomery County, grew up playing basketball. He attended McGruder H…
 
Bruce Alan, Debra Feinstein and Kristi King all got hired at WTOP in the same month in 1990. Now, these three radio greats reflect on their 32 years at WTOP as they all depart the Glass Enclosed Nerve Center in the same month – December 2022. We go back in time with Bruce, Debra and Kristi talking about their careers, favorite memories, and what me…
 
One of the most convenient ways to get your DMV paperwork done is through a service like DMV Made Easy. This service allows customers to care for all their DMV needs without hassle. Our Official Website: https://dmvmadeeasy.com/ DMV Made EasyAddress: 8615 W Flamingo Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89147, United StatesPhone: (702) 241-3662Email Id: MyDMVEasy@gmai…
 
Yes! we are talking about the well-established DMV Made Easy car registration Nevada service that has been helping residents with their car registration needs for many years. Our Official Website: https://dmvmadeeasy.com/ Click Here For More Information About Car Registration Nevada : https://dmvmadeeasy.com/dmv-services-las-vegas/ DMV Made EasyAdd…
 
It’s time to raise a glass. The holidays are here and News Years is just around the corner. We learn how to make a great toast from a local winner of the Guinness Toast Contest – Tom Ponton. And this is the last daily DMV Download podcast episode before it goes to a weekly format. Then, Luke and Megan reminisce on the more than 150 episodes we’ve d…
 
There’s a growing movement among members of the Virginia High School League trying to create a female wrestling league. Coach Charles Phillips from Alexandria’s Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology says more and more girls are showing interest in take-downs, pins, and arm bars. We hear from the players themselves, who say wrestli…
 
The chase of a group of teens arrested with a loaded gun inside Tysons Corner Center gave hundreds of holiday shoppers a legitimate scare even though shots were never fired. Fairfax County Police Chief Kevin Davis joins us in the studio to talk about what happened, recruiting new officers and veterans from other departments, and the crimes that he’…
 
Meet the local musician who is creating a way for disabled children and adults in India to play instruments using their brain waves. We have a fascinating conversation with Fulbright scholar and Baltimore native Calvin McCormack about how he’s doing it.بقلم WTOP News | Hubbard Radio
 
Commanders fans are up in arms for a few reasons. First, their team lost yesterday – in Primetime – on an official’s controversial call. Then, the design of the team’s memorial to a beloved player killed years ago fell flat. WTOP’s Sports Director George Wallace tells us why fans, and former players, were underwhelmed by the memorial to Sean Taylor…
 
It’s unclear exactly how many people may be crossing the border in the next few days, with their final destination set for the DMV, but there is a sense that it could be significantly higher than normal. This comes at a time of year when non-profits normally see an increased need. Megan speaks to the CEO of a Baltimore non-profit immigration group …
 
Hospitals in our area are struggling to keep up with increasing respiratory patients amid a mounting nurse staff shortage. Today, city officials are meeting with the D.C. Hospital Association to figure out whether a legislative move could help at all. WTOP’s Scott Gelman fills us in on what to expect. Then, Dr. Glenn Wortmann, chief of Infectious D…
 
Hey DMV Diners! Recently we visited El Mercat Bar de Tapas in downtown Rockville, MD and sat down with Executive Chef, George Rodrigues. Sharable, seasonal and house made dishes are the essence of this amazing restaurant. Listen in to hear what famous Food Network competition George won. All that and more on this edition of the DMV Dine In podcast.…
 
D.C.’s mayor is moving forward with a plan to add more affordable housing to the city by facilitating its building on land owned by houses of worship. Deputy Mayor John Falchiccio tells us how a new partnership and a request for interested churches, synagogues, and mosques to participate will help the mayor reach her goal of building 36,000 afforda…
 
There’s growing interest in Frederick County, Maryland to examine what books kids have access to in school libraries, and potentially remove some of them. Nearly 1,000 people have signed up to be on a committee to decide which of the 35 books gets to stay. WTOP’s Kate Ryan tells us where the process goes from here. Plus, we have some big news to sh…
 
Washington, D.C. is on track to have the largest free fare transit plan in the country — offering Metro bus service within the nation’s capital for no charge and giving residents a monthly $100 allowance for Metrorail. Councilmember Charles Allen proposed the idea 3 years ago and it’s just one vote away from becoming law. Allen walks through the bi…
 
Artificial intelligence or AI, whether you notice it or not, is becoming a bigger part of our lives. Its increasing presence in the technology we all interact with has prompted lawmakers – like D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine – to push for creating ground rules on how corporations and even individuals can use it. But what is AI? For answers, we t…
 
The House committee tasked with investigating Commanders’ owner Daniel Snyder didn’t hold back in a scathing report today — finding that Snyder withheld information, was deliberately vague, and potentially misled to the committee and to the NFL in what information he revealed about previous sexual assault investigations and settlements in the past.…
 
With the retreat of the pandemic, also comes the departure of Dr. Anthony Fauci. Fauci is stepping away as director of the NIH and the public arena after three intense years serving as the “nation’s doctor.” Dr Fauci joins us to reflect on his time in the limelight and what’s ahead. Plus, we get WTOP’s entertainment editor Jason Fraley’s picks for …
 
How much will it cost to ride the Metro next year? It’s really anyone's guess with CEO and GM Randy Clarke proposing fare hikes, D.C. council members pushing to make buses free in the District and WMATA hoping to bring back autonomous trains. WTOP’s Luke Lukert tells us about the changes ahead. Then we hear about his surprising talent that has save…
 
Police are investigating who is responsible after vandals drew swastikas on the side of an old Food Lion building in Loudoun County, Virginia. It’s the latest instance of antisemitic vandalism seen in our area. We talk to Gil Preuss, CEO of the Jewish Federation of Greater Washington, who tells us what we can do as antisemetic hate speech is on the…
 
When one Maryland driver got a $100 speeding ticket from the D.C. Department of Motor Vehicles in 2019, he didn’t pay the fine like hundreds of thousands of drivers do every year. He decided to fight it. He took his case all the way to the District’s highest court and won. WTOP’s Jack Moore explains how the court ruling could change how you can con…
 
Hey DMV Diners! Recently we had the pleasure of learning about an upscale contemporary American steakhouse in Loudoun County Virginia called Eddie Merlot's. We sat down with Patrick the General Manager of the Ashburn VA location to hear all about their amazing wine and steak pairing options, along with other delicious entrees. Learn more about Eddi…
 
Weeks before he is sworn in, Democratic governor-elect Wes Moore sits down with our Kate Ryan to share a little about himself, the challenges he faced on the campaign trail, and how his kids are getting their heads around their new life and home in the governor’s house. Kate tells us about her one-on-one interview with Moore. Plus, Megan tries to t…
 
December is right around the corner, and with it, the gift-giving season. As kids take part in choosing presents for their siblings, friends and family, what’s the best way to talk to them about money? Certified financial planner Gregg Murset says we have to get real and lose the piggy bank. He offers tips on integrating the conversation into daily…
 
It all started with a nagging cough. Months later, our Neal Augenstein has recently shared he is fighting lung cancer. We spend the episode with Neal, discussing his diagnosis, the plan for his treatment, and his choice to share the news publicly. Plus, he tells us how he’s continuing to voice stories despite his new challenges. Neal, Megan and Luk…
 
First responders share new details into how a single-engine plane crashed into high voltage power lines near the Montgomery County Airpark in Gaithersburg, Maryland — knocking out power to nearly 100,000 customers Sunday night and forcing county schools to close. Montgomery County Fire Chief Scott Goldstein explains how they went about untangling t…
 
There’s finally an agreement between teachers and the DC School system on a contract just weeks before the Washington Teachers’ Union was set to take the issue to court. WTOP’s Scott Gelman shares the details about what D.C. teachers can expect from their first contract in three years, plus why their students have to show a negative covid test to r…
 
Online sports betting in Maryland will be legal and available starting Wednesday. This move marks the end of a years-long campaign to fully legalize sports gambling in the Old Line State, which just two years ago did not allow the controversial practice. WTOP Reporter John Domen has reported on the issue in Maryland ever since the Supreme Court got…
 
Over the weekend, Giles Warrick — the man accused of being the so-called Potomac River Rapist — was found dead in a DC jail cell. DC police say he killed himself days before he was set to stand trial for the 1998 raping and killing a young woman and talented scientist. We hear from Paul Wagner, host of WTOP’s “American Nightmare: Unknown Subject.” …
 
Saturday, Nov. 19 is World Toilet Day, a day officially recognized and observed by the United Nations to raise awareness of the 3.6 billion people without access to managed sanitation. Going to the bathroom is not something people think about or want to think about, but for many people in the world, including in the D.C. area, potty planning takes …
 
A day after an explosion and fire tore through the Potomac Oaks Condominium building in Gaithersburg, Maryland, Wednesday morning, officials said 14 were injured and they still aren’t sure if anyone died in the blast. WTOP’s John Domen reports from the scene as crews search through the rubble. We also hear a heroic story of a man who saved four peo…
 
During the suspect’s first court appearance, prosecutors released new details on what happened during a shooting at the University of Virginia that left three students dead and two injured Sunday night. WTOP’s Luke Lukert joins us from a courthouse in Charlottesville, Virginia with the latest information on the shooting and how the UVA community is…
 
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