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The Green Festival is back for its ninth year on Sept. 21 and 22. The event, hosted by Green America and Global Exchange, will convene community leaders, environmental activists and a variety of green businesses for two days of workshops, presentations, events and food.
In a WTOP interview in 2010, Vince Gray, as mayor-elect, was definitive about the wages Wal-mart should pay. Now, with the "living wage" bill before him and a week to make a decision on its fate, he's not as candid.
Parking and access to pubic transportation trump all other office building amenities sought by property managers in Washington, according to a survey by Jones Lang LaSalle.
CVS Caremark Corp. has opened two more MinuteClinic locations, one in Glover Park and another in West End.
The improv recap of Harry Potter books, plus lots of pop culture references, left the audience at Sidney Harman Hall doubled over in their seats with laughter.
The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts has taken an important step toward its proposed expansion, issuing a request for proposals for a firm to handle pre-construction services in advance of the major development.
A new study shows what D.C. business owners and residents already know: Doing your taxes in the District is way harder than it is in Maryland or Virginia.
Celebrity chef Ina Garten, the Barefoot Contessa herself, will kick off a new series of conversation events from the Metropolitan Cooking Show in March.
Of all of the states in the U.S., D.C. saw the highest rate of preventable deaths from heart disease, stroke and hypertensive disease in 2010 at rate of 99.6 per 100,000 population, the CDC reports.