It encourages parents to send in photos of their child crying, along with a caption that explains why. Though, it might be good for laughs, it's also raising questions about parents invading their kids' privacy. Clinical Psychologist Dr. Andrea Bonior was here to explain more.
The nonprofit is teaming up with Groupon to present "One Groupon, One Meal." The campaign launched March 19th and runs through April 1st. Liz Reinert, the associate development dierctor of DC Central Kitchen and Haley Firetti, the DC Sales rep for Groupon was here with more.
We talked about dishes that are both healthy and tasty and they featured seafood instead of beef. Sean Sanders, the Executive Chef at Oceanaire Seafood Room was here to teach us how to make his spin on tuna salad.
And we got a little preview today. DC United Foward Michael Seaton joined us on set. He will be competing on the dance floor. Diane Coburn, the founder and artistic director of the Chamber Dance Project was also here.
Heather Theunissen, special events manager at the Washington Humane Society, came on the show to tell us about Fashion 4 Paws, happening on April 12th. She also brought Bobby Valentine, a 3-year-old pit bull terrier mix, who needs a new home.
Fresh vegetable, fresh fruit...and how about a nice refreshing cocktail. Today we were joined by a bartender who was recently named one of America's 25 Best Bartenders by TheDailyMeal.com Chantal Tseng was here to whip up a drink that was inspired by the warmer weather.
And in honor of the beautiful gift given to us by the people of Japan more than a century ago, the DC Coast Restaurant has created a Japanese tasting menu. Miles Vaden, the executive chef from DC Coast was here to teach us how to make a few Japanese-inspired dishes.
The team from Grace's Mandarin and National Harbor came on the show to tell us all about the event. Chris Borgal, the senior property manager at National Harbor, Kevin Lee, the manager at Grace's Mandarin Restaurant and Orion Chen, the chef at Graces, all joined us in studio.