Home   |   Register               Web Search: by Google
channel navigation

News Home Page
News Digest
Home & Garden
Weekly Sections
Print Edition
Site Index

1999 Metro Live Online Transcripts

Transcripts from online discussions with public figures, experts and the staff of The Washington Post.
See who's Live Online this week.

1999 Transcript Archive

Dec. 9, 1999: Invisible Deaths
Washington Post Staff Writer Katharine Boo, the author of "Invisible Deaths: The Fatal Neglect of D.C.'s Retarded," was online again to talk about her investigative piece on group homes.

Nov. 4, 1999: Virginia Elections
Robert D. Holsworth, the director of the Center for Public Policy at Virginia Commonwealth University, on the elections.

Nov. 4, 1999: Federal Diary
Columnist Mike Causey on the government work force.

Nov. 2, 1999: Douglas M. Duncan
The Montgomery County executive on growth, traffic and county issues.

Oct. 26, 1999: Parris N. Glendening
The Maryland governor on issues ranging from education, development, traffic and gun control.

Oct. 19, 1999: On the Metro
Richard White, the general manager and CEO of the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, on transportation. White is responsible for the region's Metrorail, Metrobus and Metro Access systems.

Oct. 19, 1999: Eleanor Holmes Norton
The D.C. delegate on youth violence.

Aug. 30, 1999: Dr. Gridlock
Washington Post columnist Ron Shaffer answers traffic and commuting questions.

Aug. 5, 1999: The Drought of '99
Saeid Kasraei, the program manager for the Maryland Department of the Environment's water supply program, on the drought and mandatory water restrictions.

July 27, 1999: Anthony A. Williams
The D.C. mayor was Bob Levey's guest, answering your questions and talking about city issues.

June 15, 1999: A Principal's View
Janis E. Mills, principal of Laurel High School in Maryland, on school violence, the role of parents and police officers in schools.

June 4, 1999: Panda Talk
The National Zoo's "Panda Lady" Lisa Stevens on Hsing Hsing the panda and his health.

May 25, 1999: Isiah Leggett (D)
The Montgomery County Council president on Y2K, the smoking ban and other county issues.

May 11, 1999: Charles H. Ramsey
The D.C. police chief on city issues.

April 13, 1999: Post Wins Pulitzer
Washington Post reporters Jeff Leen and Sari Horwitz, two of the reporters of "Deadly Force," an examination of shootings by the D.C. police that won the 1999 Pulitzer Prize for public service.

April 12, 1999: Stuck in Traffic
Steve Kuciemba, the Washington general manager for SmartRoute Systems, on local traffic conditions.

April 6, 1999: Virginia Gov. James S. Gilmore III (R)
The governor on trash, guns, technology and other Virginia issues.

March 5, 1999: Spying on Your Kids
The Post's Jacqueline Salmon on her Feb. 28 article about parents spying on their children.

February 23, 1999: C.D. "Dan" Mote Jr.
The president of the University of Maryland on admission, competitiveness, and other school issues.

February 2, 1999: Policing Fairfax County
J. Thomas Manger, Fairfax County police chief, on police programs, traffic and other issues.

January 12, 1999: Transporting Virginia
Shirley J. Ybarra, Virginia secretary of transportation, on the Wilson Bridge, mass transit and getting Virginians around the state.

January 5, 1999: Health Care
Kenneth A. Samet, president of Washington Hospital Center, on managed care and other health care issues.

2002 Archive | 2001 Archive | 2000 Archive | 1998 Archive

Back to the top

© 2001 The Washington Post Company