In D.C., wine claims a place at the table

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D.C. restaurants are being recognized for more than just what's on the plate. Wine Enthusiast Magazine is out with its annual list of the best wine restaurants in the U.S.; six are in the District. Full Story

Food trucks take summer meals to kids

Instead of the kids coming to where the food is, the food goes to where the kids are. The new concept increases mobility and decreases stigma. Full Story

D.C. student's documentary goes nat'l

A local teen went from almost dropping out to making a documentary. Now it's being screened at prestigious film festivals. Full Story

Fears about Ebola spreading on planes

Could Ebola become the latest disease to be spread by international air travel? After one infected man flew, this is the question many are asking. Full Story

Silent retreats find 21st century fans

Silent meditation transcends most religious traditions, and can be traced back thousands of years. Retreats last from a day to weeks. Full Story

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  • From pour-over coffee to mixed-market restaurant spaces and supper clubs: D.C.'s dining scene is seeing emerging trends.
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  • Wedding dresses from the 19th century to the present day are featured in a new exhibit showcasing the changing styles.
  • What connects Baltimore? The city's history local culture -- everything from Edgar Allan Poe to painted window screens.
  • Hungry after a night out on the town? Here are some places open past midnight to satisfy any post-party cravings.
  • The arrival of summer ushers in one of the most anticipated moments in D.C.: outdoor patio season. Here are a few favorites.
  • Those looking for a summer vacation don't need to take time off work, or travel far to have fun and achieve full relaxation.
  • Michelle Obama met with local students to turn the White House garden's summer harvest into a healthy lunch.
  • From outdoor viewing parties to supporter-group bars and restaurants, here are some of the best places to watch the matches.
  • The Nation's capital is home to some pretty crazy things, but bathrooms? Here are some weird and luxurious bathrooms in D.C.
  • Compare Michelle Obama's U.S. school lunch efforts with what kids are eating in Asia, Europe, Africa and Latin America.
  • Splish, splash! It's time to have a maximum amount of fun for a minimal amount of money at the area's public swimming pools.
  • Summer is almost here, and that means bars and restaurants are opening their rooftop decks. Here are some of the area's best.
  • WTOP loves animals. Here are some of the furry friends WTOP staffers call their own.
  • The annual awards show was held Sunday, May 18, in Los Angeles.
  • Images and fashion trends from the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute benefit gala in New York City May 5, 2014.
  • From vegetable gardening, to beekeeping and caring for chickens, small acreage farming is on the rise.
  • Brunch is no longer just for pancakes and weekend egg dishes. D.C. restaurants are getting creative with their menus.
  • Are they too abundant? The fashion trend could pose a problem for brides wanting a unique silhouette.
  • New York welcomed Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week on Feb. 6 amid icy sidewalks and temperatures in the 20s.
  • It's winter: Do you need a better reason to reach for a warm cocktail? Here are 10 popular ones that will warm you from the inside.
  • The Sundance Film Festival is held in Park City, Utah. Catch a glimpse of year's event, which features independent films and music.
  • The 2014 Golden Globe Awards, Jan. 12, honored work in film and television. See the fashions and moments of the evening.
  • Originally opened in 1923 as the Iron Gate Inn, and closed two years ago, D.C.'s oldest restaurant gets revived and reopened.
  • With four storefronts and products in a number of local stores, Dolcezza recently expanded to a factory at 550 Penn Street NE.
  • In 2013, WTOP Living partnered with the Washington Animal Rescue League to feature a Pet of the Week available for adoption.
  • The city's best chefs, sommeliers and bartenders prepared food and drink from local growers at the annual Farmland Feast.
  • Millions of Indians stocked up on firecrackers, handed out sweets and hung glowing lanterns for the the Hindu festival of lights.
  • Overall, Portuguese wine exports posted a third year of growth in 2012, with a 7.1 percent rise. Here's a glimpse at how it's made.
  • Capitol Hill Books is a used bookstore in Southeast that is home to more than 20,000 books. No, that is not a typo.
  • When the leaves start to fall it's time to bundle up and check out the beautiful scenery. Some options.
  • Math, reading and history are no longer the basic subjects at a handful of local elementary schools.
  • What styles are gracing the runway in London for Fashion Week? Check the photos for the latest trends from top designers.
  • The city's fifth beer week is over, but the excitement was captured in photos. A round-up of the beers poured throughout the week.
  • From whimsical touches to planting in straw, gardening's hottest trends emphasize process over product. Here are a few.
  • The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge gave birth to a healthy baby boy on Monday, July 22, 2013. The event caused a frenzy.
  • Blueberry season is finally upon us. Typically a later summer fruit, blueberries are a favorite for their sweet and tart taste.
  • The latest culinary craze sweeping America is the Cronut, a croissant-doughnut hybrid. So what's it all about? Here's a peek.
  • Bikers and beer lovers, alike, took to the streets of Southeast D.C. for New Belgium Brewing's Tour de Fat parade and performance.
  • The Asia Heritage Foundation hosted their eighth annual Fiesta Asia street festival on May 18, despite the rainy weather.
  • Embassies share their country's food, drink, art and music. Passport D.C. has international activities throughout May.
  • D.C. welcomed its first Awesome Con April 20-21 at the Washington Convention Center. The day brought out costumes and comics.
  • The market features items from Georgetown boutiques and cafes, as well as music and art demos.
  • WTOP Living previews some of the top dishes featured around town.
  • See which Hollywood stars and singers are attending inaugural events this weekend.
  • Some of the shows based in or around the District this season.
  • A walking tour through Washington shows where some of the most notorious scandals went down.
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