D.C’s brewing scene has exploded in recent years, giving craft beer lovers more options than ever when it comes to drinking local. But 100 years ago, there was pretty much just one label in town: Christian Heurich. And a new exhibit is diving into his legacy.
When the temperatures dip, it’s only natural to want to snuggle up to your favorite warm and hearty comfort foods. These recipes will give you all of the energy you need for a full day of shoveling snow … or watching Netflix.
This summer, a family of four will move from their one-bedroom Arlington apartment to a new three-bedroom house in Alexandria. They are just one of many local families to benefit from volunteers and staff at Habitat for Humanity of Northern Virginia.
A beautiful public art display depicts the ugly side of housing in America.
Shawarma without a spit? Hummus in five minutes? Chef Michael Solomonov’s new book, “Israeli Soul,” brings the foods and flavors from Israel’s stalls, markets and bakeries to home kitchens everywhere.
Don’t have time for book club? A new reading club in town works out the bodies and minds of busy Washingtonians.
Looking to entertain out-of-town family with something other than the typical museums and monuments? The next time you have visitors in town, try these not-so-typical destinations, and show your family another side of D.C. (This post was updated Dec. 14, 2017.)
This year, skip the store-bought shells. Lauren Parlato, head baker at D.C.’s Little Red Fox, shares her recipe — and tips — for making a simple pie crust at home.
It takes one year to plan and pack a 3,000-square-foot farmhouse with thousands of items of Christmas cheer — and Nov. 9 is the big reveal. The Old Lucketts Store design house is decked out for the holidays. Here’s a peek at how it all comes together.
Throughout her career, New York Times best-selling author Anne Lamott has written about everything from parenting, to faith, to recovery. Now, her 18th book hits on something everyone needs at one time or another: hope. She shares the highlights with WTOP.
Just because frost is in the forecast doesn’t mean you need to abandon the garden. Fall is a great time to plan and plant for spring. Here are some tips for gardening in the off season.
The rate of premature births is on the rise in the U.S. This means more babies are being born too soon, placing them at a greater risk for health complications, even death. Here’s how D.C., Maryland and Virginia fare.
The scorching heat is gone and so are the summer crowds. Here are the top 10 things to do this fall in D.C. before the freeze sets in.
If reading the newspaper means skimming all but the travel section, and scrolling through social media morphs into studying every post tagged #wanderlust, it might be time for a vacation.
A new D.C. cafe is creating quite the buzz — and the coffee is only partly responsible.
The three-part series "The making of Marion Barry" looks at how the future mayor got his start in the civil rights movement, how he became a power player in the city and his enduring legacy.