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The number of cyclists is growing in a town known for its traffic. And while this trend is great for the health of environment and the health of District residents, it has caused some tension between motorists, pedestrians and cyclists.
A frozen, red, sugary drink with an umbrella? That's not a daiquiri. Uncovering the myths and the history of summer's darling drink.
A surfer girl from Southern California meets and marries a Muslim man from a small fishing village in Libya. From raising kids, to understanding religions, author Krista Bremer discusses the joys and struggles of a bicultural marriage.
Do you take your food too seriously? A local project captures the imaginative and fantastical elements of food.
If you're without vacation plans this summer but hope to get away during the season's last two months, there are still plenty of deals to be had and plenty of destinations from which to choose.
Time to break out the grill for the holiday weekend. What are you going to cook up? We have some suggestions for your 4th of July cookout.
Alan Banks is an Air Force veteran who experienced homelessness for 6 years. Now, he's working with others to end veteran homelessness by 2015.
Don't let D.C.'s summer heat and humidity put you in a sticky situation when it comes to office dress code. Local style experts offer tips for dressing professionally during summer.
The market of online grocery delivery services is saturated, but a new-to-D.C. company promises quality foods, delivered in one to two hours.
About 48 million adults in the U.S., and 90,000 in D.C., read below a fifth-grade level. But for eight local adults, that's no longer the case.
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