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A new bar in Georgetown is attracting everyone from college students to retirees. What's keeping everyone coming back? The keys are the key.
Goodbye big, national brands. There's a new mainstream retail market that's popping up in D.C. and across the nation. Why and how small business is succeeding.
Three D.C. artists are turning out some of the city's most unique designs using refurbished letterpress machines that once printed the nation's newspapers.
A new restaurant, backed by a famous doctor, focuses its menu on healthy, anti-inflammatory foods. And the food's taste keeps bringing diners back.
Food tasters have worked in Medieval courts, royal palaces and presidential estates. But what's a food taster's role in modern society?
Apple, cranberry, maple and other flavors of fall serve a purpose beyond being baked into pies, whipped into sides and simmered in sauces -- they're great in cocktails too.
More people are choosing to reduce the amount of meat they eat -- sometimes by just one meal a week -- and companies are turning out some tasty contenders.
TV's latest food show doesn't feature dueling celebrity chefs, cupcake competitions and timed runs through a grocery store. The PBS series "Food Forward TV" is a food show about people.
Fall is here, and so are the season's fresh foods. If you're looking for ways to mix them into your diet, registered dietitian and nutrition therapist Kait Fortunato has some healthy recipe ideas.
From how it's grown to how it's consumed and how it impacts your health, three experts talk about the full-circle impact of food and its future.
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