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One of the largest private schools in the D.C. region — the Lycée Rochambeau, The French International School — is hoping to bid adieu to its campus in Bethesda and bonjour to a larger consolidated campus to meet the needs of its growing school population.
You read that right: Revolution Growth co-founder and Washington Wizards/Capitals owner Ted Leonsis reveals that, if the Wizards make the playoffs, not only will he get a mohawk haircut, he'll adopt the nickname "Sexual Caramel."
Washington is Lonely Planet's number one destination to visit for 2015, a first-time distinction for the city.
Annandale's revitalization begins with the end of one of its long time go-to places.
Not every new Tysons development will be 1 million-plus square feet with thousands of new residential units.
ABC is considering three options, according to a letter sent to stakeholders Wednesday and provided to the Washington Business Journal.
Esquire Magazine's inaugural Food and Drink Awards dubs Virginia the "best food region" of 2014.
Real estate listing firm Zillow Inc. is out with its annual "Trick-or-Treat" index, ranking the best cities for collecting candy and the best neighborhoods within those cities.
MedStar hospitals are among the top recipients in the region of drug company spending.
You can cook for your dinner guests, serve them and then clean up the kitchen after they go home, or you can have a professional chef come to your house and do it all.
D.C.'s Old Ebbitt Grill ranks No. 3 on a list of top-grossing restaurants.
When you're as big as José Andrés, you get to open up and test out a brand new restaurant concept on one of the busiest corners in downtown D.C.
Hailo, a London-based taxi app that last year sought to break into the D.C. market with a regulator-friendly approach, is pulling out of D.C. and all of North America.
OpenTable is officially launching its mobile payment service in Washington, with a list of 20 popular restaurants to start.
Author and New Yorker writer Malcolm Gladwell said the most influential entrepreneurs responsible for vast transformational changes in technology share an important trait: They have the courage to be independent — and even disagreeable.
Crumbs Bake Shop, the cupcake chain that closed all of its stores in July, begins reopening many of its locations under new owners this month, including Washington locations.
Trendy architecture, as one local developer recently learned, has no place on the overhauled Old Town waterfront.
There's plenty of stuff business travelers don't know about life on the road. Stuff that maybe they should know, but never understood or never took the time to think about. Here are five things you really should know.
Proximity to Metro is coveted by apartment renters and they often pay a premium for that close-by access.
L. Condom's marketing is a far cry from the hyper-masculinity and off-to-war-we-go terminology of competitors such as Trojan. And yet it's not girl-ified either.
College comparison and information website Great Value Colleges just posted its "50 Great (and Mostly Cheap!) College Town Pizza Shops,'' and two in Washington make the list.
The potential closure of the Safeway grocery store on MacArthur Boulevard in the Palisades has some members of the D.C. Council looking to intervene.
Hilton Worldwide Inc. will sell the Waldorf Astoria Hotel to Chinese firm Anbang Insurance Group Co. Ltd., a deal worth $1.95 billion, or more than $1.3 million per room.
Mango Tree founder Pitaya Phanphensophon, who will open Mango Tree at CityCenterDC later this year, has been mulling a U.S. expansion for some time.
The Park Hyatt Washington hotel in D.C.'s West End neighborhood has been sold for $100 million, or $462,963 per key.
Exxon-Mobil is engaged in back-and-forth discussions about a sale of the campus to Inova Health System.
No one looks forward to a trip on Interstate 66. Virginia governor Terry McAuliffe has vowed to sort things out outside the Beltway. Now the Virginia Department of Transportation is taking extraordinary measures to relieve the maddening pressure on I-66 inside the Beltway during rush hours.
From Old Town to Landmark to Del Ray, Alexandria's development pipeline is surging.
Restaurants situated near Nationals Park will get at least a few more days of madness this weekend as the Nationals begin their home stand for the division title. And if they're lucky — they meaning the restaurateurs — the streak could continue well into October.
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