Virginia is sorting through the evidence from thousands of criminal cases from the 1970s and '80s. Legal observers say the review's outcome could shed light on the true number of people sent to prison for crimes they didn't commit.
D.C.'s Studio Theatre has found a way to test out brand new plays in front of an audience, without risk of breaking the bank. The "Lab Series" operates outside Studio's subscription season, and offers scaled-down productions of world-premiere plays at only $20 a ticket.
Archaeologists from the University of Maryland are helping to peel back the layers of time in an Easton, Md. neighborhood called The Hill. The neighborhood was once a thriving community of free African Americans during an era of widespread slavery on the Eastern Shore.
We continue our monthlong series of stories from the Storycorps booth in Arlington, Va. This time, we hear from a local woman who shares her story of living with bipolar disorder, and gets an unexpected surprise from her boyfriend during the interview.
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