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For the last 3 years as a Redskin fan, this has been my FAVORITE time of the year; The anticipation of Opening day and the optimistic HOPE of a great season ahead. I am a lifelong Redskins fan, but unlike a LOT of my counterparts, I am also a realist. Right now, I’m walking that fine line between the cynics and haters that have us going 4-12, and the delusional die-hards that have us going 11-5...

At 16 years old, Brooklyn’s Edward Archer released what is still one of the most recognized hip-hop songs of all time. In 1989, Archer released “I Got It Made” which was a catchy and free-flowing masterpiece. His debut album, “Youngest In Charge” also featured “I’m the Magnificent” and sold over a half-million copies. Now that in itself is worth of recognition. Edward Archer or better known as Special Ed was just getting started. While never...

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First on the national scene doing work with ESPN and now here in the DC area with CSN Washington, what’s the journey been like for you and how did you get here? Jennifer Williams: A lot of hard work! At ESPN there are so many talented people and amazing opportunities. Once I started hosting a fantasy hockey segment for ESPN mobile, I knew digital was where I needed to be. After earning a masters in digital media,...

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Kingpen Slim is beaming up to the next level. Representing DC to the fullest, this up and coming hip hop artist is breaking through. “The Beam Up” set the stage, “The Beam Up 2: So Cinematic” takes him to the main event. You have been doing your thing for a while, but most of DC first noticed you with “The Beam Up”. Tell the people about Kingpen Slim. Are you from DC? What got you...

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The worst thing that I have ever heard, was this weekend at the AAU tournament at the Capitol Sports Complex in District Heights Maryland, were the discussion of reclassified student/athletes by their parents to make sure they catch up in their basketball progress. This is a mess on behalf of selfish parents in living their dreams through minors and trying to purchase a lottery ticket with no guarantees. How dare you keep your child back...

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