Fifty years after King was assassinated, we review King's lesser known legacy and how it is used against activists today.
It’s been a rite of summer for generations — standing in line at the ice cream stand, waiting for a scoop of butter pecan or mint chocolate chip. Today, there are more options than ever — from frozen custard to gelato to ice cream made with hormone-free milk. We learn more about how these cool treats are made and get tasting tips from several local entrepreneurs.
- Susan Soorenko Owner, Moorenko's Ice Cream Cafe (Silver Spring, MD)
- Liz Davis Owner, The Dairy Godmother (Alexandria, VA)
- Noah Dan Founder, Pitango's Gelato (Washington, D.C., Reston and Baltimore)
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