They waddle around in the snow and ice, lovingly protecting their eggs and providing endless fodder for popular culture. Penguins also serve as indicators of what is happening to the world's oceans.
You can cook for your dinner guests, serve them and then clean up the kitchen after they go home, or you can have a professional chef come to your house and do it all.
A number of D.C. chefs have competed on Bravo's hit show 'Top Chef,'and this season is no different. This chef has worked in a local kitchen since he was little.
DC mayor releases $52M plan to close troubled homeless shelter, open smaller facilities
Valor's year-old plan to convert a portion of a Dupont Circle commercial building into eight luxury condominiums was short-lived. The developer has returned to the Board of Zoning Adjustments with a revised pitch: 21 microunits.
National Museum of Natural History hosts National Fossil Day celebration with 400 kids in DC
Prices at the pump are dropping nationwide. Soon, the average cost for a gallon of regular gasoline in D.C. is expected to fall below $3.35.
Where students with debt live matters. Statistics suggest they're better off in Virginia than in Maryland or D.C., according to WalletHub.com.
Rabbi at DC synagogue who teaches at local universities charged with voyeurism
One of the most common parking signs in the District of Columbia is confusing. So confusing that the city has netted thousands of dollars from drivers unaware they are breaking the rules.
3 Virginians among more than 140 White House fall interns
D.C.'s Old Ebbitt Grill ranks No. 3 on a list of top-grossing restaurants.
Metro is looking for a few good riders to test out a new fare system.
When you're as big as José Andrés, you get to open up and test out a brand new restaurant concept on one of the busiest corners in downtown D.C.
There's no shortage of bars and restaurants experimenting with creative cocktails in the D.C. area, but one mixologist is giving Washingtonians a taste of something unfamiliar to many.
OpenTable is officially launching its mobile payment service in Washington, with a list of 20 popular restaurants to start.
Washington, D.C. , is known for lots of things: monuments, museums, cherry blossoms -- and now rats.
New DC mayor will have to face surge in homelessness amid shelter's woes
The D.C. region is the priciest place to live in the country, the Bureau of Labor Statistics says.
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