We meet Dionne Reeder, a business owner running for D.C. Council, and the new chair of Virginia's Republican Party, Jack Wilson.
Guest Host: Marc Fisher
Four years ago, a 5.8 magnitude earthquake shook our region and caused millions in damage. Particularly hard hit were two of DC’s best known structures: the Washington Monument and the Washington National Cathedral. We speak with those involved in repairing the damage and a photographer who was able to shoot extraordinary images during the process.
- James Shepherd Architect; Director, Preservation and Facilities, Washington National Cathedral
- Colin Winterbottom Photographer
- Joe Alonso Head stonemason, Washington National Cathedral
LISTEN: Kojo Reacts To the 2011 Earthquake --Live!
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