"The WETA Guide" series offers educational, informative and entertaining highlights of the special places and happenings around Greater Washington, helping viewers take advantage of the region’s bountiful offerings. Episodes of "The WETA Guide" include "Great Views," a look at the panoramic vistas throughout our community; "Memorials," a tour of military, presidential and war memorials; "Neighborhood Eats," a fun-filled jaunt around favorite local eateries; "Take the Day Off," an inspiring collection of recreational and relaxing activities; "Unusual Attractions," an insider’s guide to some of Washington’s more offbeat destinations; and the newest episode, "The WETA Guide to Fine Dining," an hour-long program featuring many of Greater Washington’s upscale restaurants that premieres May 15, 2008 on WETA TV 26.
Video for all of these programs are available at www.weta.org. After each premiere of "The WETA Guide," the program will be available on the WETA media player, WETA Watch Online, at www.weta.org/watchonline. Featuring more than 100 videos, WETA Watch Online includes the latest videos from WETA TV 26 local productions, including "WETA Neighborhoods" and "WETA All Access."
Honored to Serve, a WETA TV 26 broadcast and community engagement initiative, spotlights those who serve in America's military and their families at home, and seeks to foster a deeper appreciation of the U.S. military and its history.
Luis Araya immigrated to Arlington, Virginia from Bolivia in 1966, when very few Latinos lived in the county. He reflects on the changes he has seen over the years and the influence of Latinos in Arlington today.