Washington Business Journal
Pardon me if I'm confused: I thought aging baby boomers like myself represented the next wave of entrepreneurship.
Liquor Bar, a cocktail bar from restaurateur Ari Gejdenson, will open at Sixth and F streets NW across from Verizon Center, according to building owner Douglas Development Corp.
Looks like the Mintwood Place folks are the next D.C.-area restaurateurs to want in on the Shaw neighborhood.
One Eight Distilling plans a summer opening in a Northeast D.C. warehouse and has brand new bottle designs to show off now.
The number of single-family homes in the Washington area flipped by investors last quarter was down 73 percent from a year ago, but the return on investment on those flips was significantly higher.
Graduation season is nearly upon us. That means a job hunt is next for many, and Washington is the place where they should look. D.C. is the best city for recent college graduates, according to a new analysis of the 50 largest cities in the country by NerdWallet.
Hitching a ride from a federal employee? Consider catching a cab.
The owners of a 3.3-acre property near Union Market are seeking buyers for their Morse Street NE site as as potential redevelopment play as the landscape in NoMa and at Gallaudet University continues to evolve.
Here are Spider Graham's favorite smartphone and tablet apps. Rob "Spider" Graham is founder and CEO of Trainingcraft, a provider of digital advertising, marketing and sales consulting, and training solutions.
As the Wizards prepare to hit the court Friday for Game 3 of their playoff series against the Chicago Bulls, tickets are a hot commodity — and prices on the secondary market are soaring 92 percent over what they were a week ago.
Add oysters to the Mosaic District's dining options. Travis Croxton of Rappahannock Oyster Co. will open a bar and restaurant called Rocksalt next year in the Merrifield mixed-use development.
The Washington Wizards return to Verizon Center Friday night for the first NBA playoff action seen on F Street since 2008. They have a surprisingly commanding 2-0 lead over the Chicago Bulls and are turning heads throughout pro hoops — a pretty amazing turn of events for a team that won 29 games a year ago.
Call it the candy wars, round three: This time Mars Inc. is going after rival Hershey over chocolate-covered malt balls, all-red packaging and a missing letter "s."
Think of it as a non-televised version of the restaurant rags-to-riches shows "Hell's Kitchen" or "Restaurant: Impossible."
Institutions around the region embrace an American Board of Internal Medicine Foundation initiative, "Choosing Wisely," which has pushed for doctors and patients alike to question certain tests and procedures, and potentially take a bite out of the estimated $765 billion in annual health care waste.
Among the many new restaurant and retail offerings coming to Reagan National Airport's Terminal A next year will be a new restaurant from chef Robert Wiedmaier of Brasserie Beck and Mussel Bar.
The latest in the D.C. area's crowded pizza market comes from Taylor Gourmet, the local deli chain that has developed a cult-like following for its Philadelphia-style hoagie sandwiches.
What was planned as a 14-story, 500-unit building with 14,000 square feet of retail will be, with the Zoning Commission's approval, a 14-story, 525-unit building with 17,000 square feet of retail, including a 7,000-square-foot day care center.
The nation's 7 best cities to visit for beer.
We probably didn't need another study to tell us that health care in the U.S. is expensive. But we may not have realized just how expensive until now.
Celebrity chef Jose Andres, whose D.C.-based ThinkFoodGroup owns a dozen popular Washington restaurants, will be among contributors to a new National Geographic website called NetGeoFood.com.
We know that technology is changing everything around us, but do you wonder what that might look like in reality in your kitchen, bathroom and bedroom a decade from now?
Simon Property Group's Fashion Centre at Pentagon City will undergo a reboot that will include the addition of 50,000 square feet and two new levels of retail and restaurants.
Rapper and record producer Sean "P.Diddy" Combs will deliver this year's commencement address at Howard University.
Two new retail tenants have signed leases in Northwest D.C.'s Penn Quarter neighborhood.
Residential rental expenses in D.C. rose 33 percent between 2007 and 2012, the third-fastest growth figure for apartment costs in the nation, according to personal finance site NerdWallet.
When Mythology Modern Chop House/Lore Lounge opens on H Street NE next year, owner Todd Luongo hopes it will be the start of a wave of more upscale eateries and bars along a strip that has catered more to a PBR-and-tater-tots crowd in recent years.
Laura Stack, president of The Productivity Pro, offers her favorite smartphone and tablet apps for the Samsung Galaxy 4S.
Jamba Juice has big plans to expand in the D.C. market. The Washington Post reports the California-based juicer wants to add at least 10 new stores in the market in the next three years.
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