Culture

Hampton celebrates NASA heritage

March 11, 2017

This year, the City of Hampton, Va., marks two special anniversaries. On July 9, 1917, Hampton became the birthplace of NASA. The first laboratories of the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, Langley — later called […]

Culture

Travel takeover: Ellicott City, Maryland

March 5, 2017

Recreation News reader Valerie D. Perry took over our Instagram account Saturday during a trip to Ellicott City, Maryland. Valerie, a travel blogger for The Road Lots Traveled, is a regular user of our #LivePlayDo […]

Culture

Take the ferry for the fun of it this year

March 1, 2017

Just when spring fever hits, Southern Delaware kicks into gear, and locals come out to experience the best the area has to offer without summer crowds. A local insider tip is to take a trip […]

Culture

Flying Dog University to host pop-up

February 7, 2017

Friday February 10th, join Flying Dog Brewery and the National Museum of Civil War Medicine for an educational experience unlike any other—a Flying Dog University class followed by a special “Flying Dogs of War” after-hours […]

Breweries

Check out a craft beer trail with the HowardOnTap app

February 4, 2017

The art of brewing beer spans six millennia. Yet, after so many centuries of refining, improving, and enhancing the beer-drinking experience, humans still find new ways to enjoy a tall cold one. The HowardOnTap Craft […]

Culture

On the Radio: Light out for the holiday lights

December 5, 2016

Federal News Radio’s Nicole Ogrysko speaks with Recreation News Editor Marvin Bond about interesting things to do in and near the nation’s capital. Week of Dec. 4: Find out about the area’s holiday light displays […]