The annual County Health Rankings provides a snapshot of the health of nearly every county in the country’s 50 states, including D.C. And this year’s report gives special attention to the link between health and housing.
A D.C. restaurant is giving local diners a taste of Georgian cuisine and culture with its monthly family-style feasts, featuring a traditional toastmaster.
Five years after launching its direct-to-consumer framing business online, a D.C.-based startup is planting brick-and-mortar roots in the city.
Taking a bite out of history: A special menu at José Andrés’ America Eats Tavern channels the food heroes of the early modern world, thanks to a collaboration with the Folger Shakespeare Library.
The James Beard Foundation announced today that Virginia chef Patrick O’Connell is the recipient of its 2019 Lifetime Achievement Award.
A new D.C. center provides a place for the city’s homeless population to relax, shower, do laundry and access social services during the day. And its design makes its guests feel at home. See photos.
If you’re planning a trip to the National Museum of American History this week, be sure to pack your culinary curiosity — and your appetite.
From corned beef to soda bread, here are five recipes perfect for the March holiday.
Your next order in could help out a handful of women-led restaurants in the D.C. area.
Each year, the Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington celebrates the accomplishments of the city’s best chefs, bakers, mixologists and food industry professionals at the RAMMY Awards. Here are this year’s finalists.
March is National Kidney Month, a time to raise awareness about a disease that affects more than 30 million adults in the U.S. What are the signs and symptoms to look for? An expert explains.
Researchers say a routine scrub with soap and water could prevent 1 million deaths each year. A new soap product developed with children in mind aims to end the spread of illness before it starts.
A home goods store that helped usher in 14th Street’s retail and residential revitalization is closing after 20 years. But its legacy lives on.
“It’s a whole zoo that we wake up to every day” — and shower with and breathe in. Biologist Rob Dunn explains the biodiversity of the indoor environment.
Cherry blossoms and outdoor concerts are just around the corner, but until then, there’s always cake. Here are 18 recipes to get you through the rest of winter.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.