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  • D.C.'s four-story, 24-occupant apartment building made of repurposed shipping containers in Northeast D.C.
  • It's New York Fashion Week: What the hottest designers are churning out, plus what it takes to run a fashion show.
  • Nothing says fall like pumpkin. From lattes to candy and carvings, what you might not know about pumpkins.
  • From wine festivals, Oktoberfest celebrations and artisan food pop-up markets, there's plenty to look forward to this fall.
  • From music venues in the '70s to clubs in the '80s and restaurants in the '90s, do you remember Georgetown's classic spots?
  • From pour-over coffee to mixed-market restaurant spaces and supper clubs: D.C.'s dining scene is seeing emerging trends.
  • If there's one thing that helps make D.C.'s summer heat and humidity bearable, it's a cool, creamy lick of ice cream. D.C.'s best spots.
  • Hungry after a night out on the town? Here are some places open past midnight to satisfy any post-party cravings.
  • Compare Michelle Obama's U.S. school lunch efforts with what kids are eating in Asia, Europe, Africa and Latin America.
  • Want to get away? There are still plenty of deals to be had and plenty of destinations from which to choose for summer vacation.
  • The Nation's capital is home to some pretty crazy things, but bathrooms? Here are some weird and luxurious bathrooms in D.C.
  • Summer's in full swing, and produce crates are overflowing. Here's what you can expect to find at the farmers market.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
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