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If I had a bunny, I'd call it Led Zeppelin.

Did you ever have a friend you thought was so much more sophisticated and worldly than you? I felt that way about one of my best friends in 8th and 9th grade.  1,865 more words

1970s

Dr. Camilla Hersh on Urinary Incontinence

An obstetrician and gynecologist with over 30 years of experience, Dr. Camilla Hersh is the owner of Virginia Women’s Health Associates in Reston, Virginia and provides the full spectrum of women’s health services, including treatment of… 167 more words

Dr. Camilla Hersh

First Morning Rush on Silver Line Runs Smoothly

McLEAN, Va. (WNEW/AP) — Nearly 10,000 people have used Metro’s five new Silver Line stations during the morning rush hour.

The transit agency reported Monday that operations ran smoothly during the first weekday operations for the $2.9 billion Silver Line, which opened to passengers on Saturday. 178 more words

News

Two ways Ebola could become a pandemic

Here are two possible ways Ebola could become a pandemic:

1. It could slow down.

In the past, Ebola patients were only infectious when they were very ill and obviously infected with this disease. 129 more words

Pandemic

Metro's Silver Lining

During a time when metro riders are feeling the pinch after increased fees and bumpy tracks, there’s something “new.” Washington, DC’s long-awaited Silver Line metro rail service commenced today without a hiccup.  445 more words

The Tysons Corner El

Ever since I started watching the support columns for Metro’s Silver Line start to rise across Tysons, I’ve had one thought about them: That train will have some nice views up there. 254 more words

History

Suburban Blue

I’ve been spending much of my time lately at my boyfriend’s house in Reston, Virginia, which is a fairly distant suburb of Washington, DC.  There’s no metro service to it, although there will be shortly when the… 688 more words

Urban Life