When Dante Ferrando opened his restaurant in early 1990 on 14th Street near Church Street in Northwest D.C., the only legal businesses nearby were car dealerships, paint stores and The Studio and Source theaters.
Two decades later, with successful businesses including furniture stores, restaurants and animal hospitals, Ferrando’s nightclub, the Black Cat, is celebrating its 20th anniversary with two shows Sept. 13 and 14.
WTOP’s Neal Augenstein reports
Caps training camp starts with a group of familiar faces
What fans can expect from the Redskins against the Packers Sunday
Transition your wine palette from summer to fall with a primitivo
Redskins should look better this weekend but face a tough opponent in Green Bay
The week in politics
The weekend movies
The President’s long week
Did the mayor make the right call vetoing the "living wage" bill?
The spirit of compromise
WTOP’s Brennan Haselton tells you.
It may not be the biggest question you’ll face, but you know you’re at least thinking about it, thanks to the viral hit “The Fox” by a pair of Norwegian brothers. Find out what the creature’s call really sounds like in the piece above, and see the quirky animal anthem below:
If you can afford it, try high-end dining at the President’s Club at Nationals Park.
Related Link: Forbes: High-End Dining At D.C.’s Nationals Park Is A Hit
Video On Demand is growing in popularity and is opening up possibilities for movie-goers.
Revisiting a televised rant on political failures: Has anything changed?
See Ratigan’s 2011 rant below: