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Double Nickels Theatre Company Jazz Brunch On Sunday

( The Double Nickels Theatre Company will host a jazz brunch on Sun., Oct. 6 at the Arts Club of Washington. The community theater company celebrates  the legacy of seniors and veterans by focusing on their true life stories. Antoinette “Toni” Ford, the non-profit’s founder and president, stopped by the newscast to tell us more. Brunch will be served from  Read more »

Roasting it up with Chef Babyak

Roasting it up with Chef Babyak

( —  It was a appetizing day here for the WUSA9 noon newscast.   There is so much more offered than just roast beef  at DC’s catering company and restaurant MGM Roast Beef on Brentwood Road, Northeast.  Today Chef Babyak, the general manager of  MGM Roast Beef, came in and prepared for us some mouthwatering  Read more »

New Secret Behind a Pretty White Smile…

( — Healthy is in!  Everyday there are new fresh products coming out whether they are  gluten free,  low sugar or no corn syrup. Well good news! Dentistry is jumping on the  healthy bandwagon as well.  You may have noticed some commercials promoting pro-biotics and wondered what exactly it does.  Well Doctor Alex Naini, owner  Read more »

Canning: Preserve Your Favorite Foods Today!

( Summer is gone for now, but your garden favorites can be available through the cooler months! Canning is the perfect was to preserve your beloved fruits and vegetables for the off-season. Wendy Kiang-Spray is an expert on preserving and she visited the noon newscast to explain its benefits. Wendy had a wide array of preserved  Read more »

Shen Yun Symphony Orchestra at Kennedy Center Friday!

( — The Shen Yun Symphony Orchestra developed after it garnered a large following while playing for the Shen Yun Performing Arts Company. Dong Xiang came to the WUSA 9 Noon newscast to tell us about their upcoming performance for one night this Friday! The 100-person orchestra will be performing classic compositions by Bethoven and  Read more »

A Healthy Breakfast Equals A Healthy Student!

( —  It is true, breakfast is indeed the most important meal of the day! Especially for our young students who need to stay fueled and focused in their classrooms.  However, the  back- to- school excitement starts to wear off around this time this year and parents do not always have the time to fix  Read more »

Saks Fifth Avenue and DC Magazine present KNOCK OUT ABUSE I-N S-T-Y-L-E

Saks Fifth Avenue and DC Magazine present KNOCK OUT ABUSE I-N S-T-Y-L-E

( — The crisp fall weather is official here!  Today, I had the pleasure to welcome nationally acclaimed stylist and author Lauren A. Rothman and we got to sit down and discuss some new trendy fall attire .  We also spoke about her special event she is holding on Monday, September 30th  from 6:30- 9  Read more »

Bison From Wild Idea Buffalo

 (JC—  Chief Jill O’Brien came to the WUSA9 Noon newscast on behalf of the Wild Idea Buffalo Company to show us the most delicious ways to eat and prepare their bison. The award-winning company offers sustainable buffalo for people who want to eat delicious, hormone-free bison. These buffalo are grass-fed and graze freely in South  Read more »

Yum! Chef Dennis Friedman’s Fuzu with Gluten-Free Noodles

Washington, D.C. (WUSA 9)— The newest concept from chef Dennis Friedman is sure to be the next hot spot for casual dining. The award-winning chef took Fuzu, one of the most popular dishes at his Bethesda restaurant, Newton’s Table, and parlayed it into an everyday eatery appropriately named, Newton’s Noodles. I was fortunate enough to attend  Read more »

Some Important Tips from the American Red Cross

(  —  Due to the recent Navy Yard mass shooting, I decided to have Cheryl Kravitz, the communication director for the American Red Cross in the National Capital Region,  come in and share some useful tips with the WUSA9 noon newscast.  In the past year, we have covered national stories pertaining to mass power outages,  Read more »