Thursday, Dec 04 12 p.m. (ET)

Arming University Police Officers

George Washington University's urban campus comes with a lot of unique advantages -- it's only a few blocks away from the State Department, the White House and the National Mall. But patrolling this prime real estate is a tricky job for...

Thursday, Dec 04 12:30 p.m. (ET)

Marin Alsop and the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra

Some called it the last of the great "professional boys clubs" in America -- the country's tight circle of major musical conductors. But Marin Alsop shattered that glass ceiling a few years ago when the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra made...

Thursday, Dec 04 1 p.m. (ET)

D.C.’s Prohibition History

This Friday is "Repeal Day" -- which marks the 75th anniversary of the 21st Amendment and the end of Prohibition. Like many cities, Washington D.C. was home to countless "speakeasies" and illegal distribution networks during the 1920s. But...

Sandra Tsing Loh at the 2006 Bold Ink Awards

Sandra Tsing Loh at the 2006 Bold Ink Awards

Thursday, Dec 04 1:34 p.m. (ET)

Sandra Tsing Loh on Motherhood

As one reviewer noted, 'Hell hath no fury like a Public Radio mom in search of a good school for her young.' Sandra Tsing Loh explains what modern-day motherhood is about, and why she now proudly calls herself "a foul-mouthed Mothah."

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