While everyone else was dancing the night away at a ball, still warming up from the morning’s excitement, or packing for the next day’s travel, a group of us headed toward The Mall to see D.C. in all its glory.
By Katherine Fritcke “We can do everything hearing people can, maybe better.”
By Katherine Fritcke They are the moments that affect our lives forever. These moments become everlasting when they are printed for the world to see. While visiting the Newseum today I was looking through the Pulitzer Prize winning photos. There was one that caught my eye, it was a photo I had seen it many …
By Katherine Fritcke The official Inauguration countdown has begun as more tourists arrive in D.C. With only three days remaining before Obama takes office for his second term he released this video to remind us of the past four years and to set us up for the future.
By Katherine Fritcke America’s real past time involves going to the movies. When we see a destination on film we are ready to hop on a plane and go experience it for ourselves. This is just the case when visiting Washington D.C. I have compiled a list of five very different movies that feature D.C. …
By Katherine Fritcke On Wednesday, the 16th, Professor Rachel Paine Caufield, Drew Kaufman, and I spoke to Ben Kieffer during the segment “Politics Day” on his show “River to River.”
By Katherine Fritcke With President Obama’s second inauguration taking place on Monday, I have heard people question the reason for a second swearing in.
January 20th is going to be just as important as the 21st. President Obama will be inaugurated not once, but twice in the course of two days.
The top of the Washington Monument is barely visible through the fog that enveloped the city. [Photo by: Katherine Fritcke]
By Katherine Fritcke It’s an overwhelming feeling, walking into the West Wing. You expect to see madness and never ending problem solving after watching hours of “West Wing” (the television show) and seeing pictures of Obama in the Situation Room and Oval Office, but it is so much more than that.