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Waters-Ward Third Annual Fundraiser for Children's Law Center Held at Boffi Georgetown

Waters-Ward Third Annual Fundraiser for Children's Law Center Held at Boffi Georgetown

Attendees enjoyed Praline Bakery & Bistro sweets, Black Elk wine and light bites in the beautiful Italian kitchen and bath showroom.

Jessica Waters, assistant professor in the Department of Justice, Law & Society at American University, along with her husband Doug Ward, held a fundraiser for the Children's Law Center (CLC), www.childrenslawcenter.org, at Boffi Georgetownwww.boffigeorgetown.com, 3320 M St. NW in Cady's Alley on Saturday evening, November 3rd.

Car Overturns Into A 25-Feet Drainage Culvert In Md.

GREENBELT, Md. (WUSA) -- Firefighters rescued a driver after falling into a drainage culvert approximately 25-feet deep, Prince George's County Fire Dept. said.

According to officials, the single-car crash took place on the inner-loop of the Capital Beltway just before Kenilworth Ave. in Greenbelt on Saturday just before 4 a.m.

For unknown reasons, the car left the roadway, went down a steep embankment and overturned into the drainage culvert, officials said.

"Firefighters on-board the heavy-duty rescue squad from Berwyn Heights performed the challenging high-angle rescue and extrication," Mark Brady PGFD PIO said.

The driver was transported to a Trauma Center with non-life threatening injures.

Campus Correspondent Report: Roosevelt Defeats Duval 39-0

Video by Eleanor Roosevelt Campus Correspondent Isaac Ferebee

GREENBELT, Md. (WUSA) -- Before Eleanor Roosevelt's 39-0 victory over DuVal, Raiders head coach Tom Green said: "We put ourselves in a position where we have to win the last three games to get into the playoffs ... our back's up against the wall."

After Saturday's win, the Raiders are admittedly not in an ideal situation, but they are still on track to make the playoffs. Next on the calendar is a struggling 2-6 High Point squad. Then, 7-1 Suitland.

Steve Lobel Offers Motivation to the Musical Masses

Steve Lobel Offers Motivation to the Musical Masses

According to the Bureau of Labor and Statistics, there are over 176,000 musicians and singers in the country. Many people dream of a career in music, yet don’t know where to begin or how to make it happen. For those who do, there are often certain things that they do in order to make it big. Knowing what those things are, and being able to pull them off, can make all the difference.

“Many people who want to become musicians or have a career in the hip hop industry shy away from it because they are afraid they won’t be successful,” explains Steve Lobel, well-known celebrity music manager. “But their success starts with what they believe. If you believe in yourself, you can make it happen.”

Design Army Launches Aquatic Couture

Design Army Launches Aquatic Couture

With the help of Design Army’s creative genius, Karla Colletto's Cruise 2013 Swim Collection creates a splash

With a crew of 20+, Design Army literally went underwater to direct the filming of the featurette for the Cruise 2013 Swim Collection by Karla Colletto, taking branding to a new level and unleashing the cruise control for a swimwear line that has seen international growth over the past seven years.

"It's about building relationships with our clients," says Pum Lefebure, Design Army's co-owner and creative director. "We're always thinking ahead, how we can elevate our clients up to the next level. We create partnerships and think for our clients when it comes to branding."

Seller's Market In Vienna Real Estate

Seller's Market In Vienna Real Estate


What’s happening this week in the Vienna & Oakton real estate markets?

As Sargent Friday used to say “Just the facts ma’am!


Firefighters Rescue Kitten From Inside Car Engine

BELTSVILLE, Md. (WUSA/AP) -  A driver who heard a mewing sound from his engine Monday asked for help from firefighters, who rescued a three-week-old kitten from the car, according to a  Prince George's County Fire Dept. spokesman.

At about 1:30 on Monday afternoon, the driver, traveling in the area of Beltsville, thought he heard a meow from the car as he drove down the road.

He pulled into the parking lot of Absolute Kitchen in Beltsville at Baltimore Ave. and Ewing Rd  and called the fire dept. Firefighters from the Beltsville Fire/EMS Station 831 responded and searched around under the hood.

Eventually they coaxed the frightened three-week-old kitten out of a hard-to-access area of the engine. It took firefighters about 45 minutes of effort to free the tiny tabby.After they banged on engine parts, the kitten emerged from its hiding place..