Here at The Kojo Nnamdi Show, we put together a lot of conversations — one or two nearly every weekday of the year. By our count, we've produced close to…
Friday, Aug 30 2019
Alexandria City Councilmember Canek Aguirre joins us to talk about transportation, affordable housing and more. Then we check in with Calvin Ball III, Howard County Executive, about the latest news from his county.
Tuesday, Aug 27 2019
What does it mean to create underground culture in the D.C. region today?
Friday, Aug 23 2019
Metro General Manager Paul Wiedefeld on the state of the transit agency, and Maryland State Senator Paul Pinsky on what's next for education and the environment in the state.
Tuesday, Aug 20 2019
As federal immigration enforcement heats up, how are local immigrants and their allies ensuring routine immigration check-ins and hearings don't result in detention and deportation?
Friday, Aug 16 2019
Arlington County Board Member Katie Cristol joins us to talk education, transportation, Amazon and flood relief, plus we check in on healthcare, violence, and development with D.C. Council Member Vince Gray.
Friday, Aug 09 2019
Metro's new board chair Paul Smedberg joins us. And Prince George's State's Attorney Aisha Braveboy on the county's new diversion program for juvenile offenders.
Tuesday, Aug 06 2019
What's the way forward for the National Philharmonic? And what does the future of classical music in the region sound like?
Friday, Aug 02 2019
The latest on Montgomery County politics for County Executive Marc Elrich, plus we hear from Virginia Delegate Ibraheem Samirah, who disrupted a speech of President Trump's this week.
Tuesday, Jul 30 2019
The current debate over highway expansion isn't the first time locals fought against major road construction projects in the Washington region.
Friday, Jul 19 2019
The latest on the fight for D.C. statehood, the political fallout from Maryland's Speaker of the House race, and a remembrance of Sterling Tucker.
Wednesday, Jul 17 2019
We explore the hottest songs -- and most vital music scenes -- in the Washington region this summer.
Friday, Jul 12 2019
Updates on all the latest regional political news, from the final D.C. Council session before summer recess to the 90-minute special legislative session on guns in Virginia.
Wednesday, Jul 10 2019
A new photography book explores the past two decades of punk in the District, and features writing by the women who shaped the local scene.
Friday, Jul 05 2019
We look back at a soggy Fourth of July — and forward to this weekend's "Demand Free Speech Freedom Rally" and an antifascist counterprotest in Washington, D.C.
Wednesday, Jul 03 2019
July is the peak month for Lyme disease transmission. How can you keep yourself safe this summer?
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