Commuters on the Metro Thursday night might have been less than enamored with hundreds of white-clad Dīner en Blanc attendees toting tables, chairs and other picnic supplies, but those who participated in the first-ever D.C. event didn't let that spoil their evening.
Redskins' 'laughingstock' defense of 2013 prepares for opener with 2nd-year Rambo at safety
Driver for DC mayor during 2010 campaign is latest to be charged in corruption case
Architect Frank Gehry revises design for planned Eisenhower Memorial in DC after objections
The Atlantic 10 men's basketball tournament will be held in D.C. in 2018.
International culinary phenomenon Le Diner en Blanc makes its debut in D.C. Thursday night, bringing together what organizers expect will be more than 1,200 food and wine lovers clad completely in white.
From music venues in the '70s to clubs in the '80s and restaurants in the '90s, many places in Georgetown no longer exist. Why?
DC Water crews repairing water main break in northeast Washington
One-quarter of Americans say they have more medical debt than emergency savings -- and it's a trend that keeps people up at night, according to a new survey.
Metro: some riders to wait longer for trains over the weekend
Some big names are on board to pitch the Capital region as host for the Summer 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Under a proposal from DDOT, bikes would be banned from using the traffic lanes where streetcar "guideways" are placed.
Georgetown won't be piano bar-less for long.
Take a walk or set up a picnic in Rock Creek Park and visitors would be surprised how much trash gathers along the creek's water-line.
Study: More than half of surveyed DC schools had gunfire nearby during school year
For the under-30 crowd, traveling via the shared economy is the norm, and renting out your apartment is a money-maker. But before you do, know the rules.
The Washington Redskins' nickname has long drawn controversy, but a new poll shows that nearly three-quarters of Americans think the team 's name should stay.
DC report predicts surge in homeless families seeking shelter this winter
DC government report concludes policy changes couldn't have prevented girl's disappearance
The D.C. police are asking the public's help after a woman was assaulted in Northwest on Sunday.
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