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It is growing in popularity in Britain and Australia. But is low-alcohol wine taking off in the D.C. area?
The National Mall's Fourth of July alcohol ban is helping keep the local emergency rooms less hectic on the holiday.
It's a new way to get drunk that is becoming more popular among people who want to drink, but don't want the extra calories. But it has doctors concerned.
Is D.C. a haunted town? Nightly Spirits' Haunted Pub Tour offers guests an inside glimpse into the city's present nightlife and the past souls who decided to stick around for it. Some of the most swanky and historic bars top the list on the tour that promises a haunting good time.
In December of 2009, Emmy award-winning producer, writer and documentary filmmaker Lori Butterfield read a story in the Washington Post about a 39-year-old Woodbridge wife and mother who went missing after a minor accident that happened before a major snowstorm.
Like vodka? If the answer is yes, and you have some backbone, you may want to try this Japanese beverage.
Mixing alcohol and energy drinks is a disturbing trend among college students, local health experts say, and there is a growing concern that younger siblings may follow their lead.
Those who've been stiffed at their local bar may get some backup.
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