FACIAL RECOGNITION ON YOUR PHONE, THE HISTORY OF THE TRANSISTOR, AND A HUGE MAILBAG
Jim Quiggle, Communications Director, Coalition Against Insurance Fraud, reveals the new Insurance Fraud Hall of Shame. He discusses some of the most astonishing frauds of the past year as well as the cost in money and lives.
NEW COACH, NEW ATTITUDE, SAME GREAT PODCAST. PLUS A REVIEW OF “BAD BOYS FOR LIFE”
A NEW YEAR, A NEW DECADE, A NEW HEAD COACH. THE GUYS ANALYSE, SCRUTINIZED AND REALIZE THE REASONS FOR BOTH OPTIMISM AND REALISM.
FFR WEEK 15 vs NYG aka THE DEFENSE RESTS
Susan Diegelman, director of public affairs, AT&T, discusses 5G and what the new technology means for consumers.
On this episode, Dr Shurtz introduced us to the Father of the Lithium Battery. Also, how secure are your passwords?
Talk about delicious shows! This week’s Foodie and the Beast had something for every taste bud.
First, we were joined by chef extraordinaire and innovative restaurateur Erik Bruner Yang (whose company, Foreign National, owns Maketto, Spoken English, Brothers And Sisters, Hometown Newsstand, Shopkeepers), who has a new spot, ABC PONY, an ’80s- and ’90s-themed pasta place (with Asian influences) in the Navy Yard. Erik’s signature is creating very cool, food and space combos as common gathering spots. Also in are Antonio Matarazzo and Chef Matteo Venini, co-owners of Stellina Pizzeria at Union Market, with news about a new Stellina location coming in 2020 and their new, Union market pastry shop, Annare. Brandon Gaynor, founder and CEO of Eat Brgz (Eat Burgers), joins us with tastes and talk of his new, fast casual burger concept where healthy, custom, meat and plant-based hamburgers are served up. And, Manny Nadal, assistant GM at the sky-high, POV cocktail at the W Washington DC is in and serving up politically-themed cocktails for the holidays.
Bruce McClary of the National Foundation for Credit Counseling discusses debt elimination scams and how they can drive consumers into more debt.
RUNNING….IS GOOD! DG AND AP PROVE IT
On this week’s “Of Consuming Interest”, Patrick Webre of the Federal Communications Commission discusses the agency’s initiatives to stop illegal robocalls
Hosted by David and Nycci Nellis. On today’s show: IT’S “DO SOMETHING GOOD FOR OTHERS” DAY , Art All Night Returns to North Capitol Main Street on September 14, and exactly does Rum Punch mean to you.
What’s hotter the DC in August? Especially when you add Restaurant week, Botanical Cocktails, Fast-Casual ding, and MC Hammer! You can’t touch this!
We explore the health benefits of everything from distilled spirits to juice drinks to herbal teas.