National Wreaths Across America Day is Saturday, Dec. 15, and the organization is still looking for is looking for help to honor those buried at Arlington National Cemetery.
Few things go better together than pizza and beer. And this month, local businesses DC Brau and Pizzeria Paradiso are teaming up to make a crust from the brewery’s spent grains — all to raise money for a local organization.
When Ashok Bajaj moved to D.C. from London 30 years ago, he arrived with one objective: to open a fine-dining Indian restaurant in the nation’s capital. Now, he is celebrating the restaurant’s 30th birthday.
Call Your Mother opened its doors in D.C.’s Park View neighborhood in October, and the crowds have not subsided. Why is the city going carb-crazy? Founder Andrew Dana talks to WTOP about opening D.C.’s most in-demand bagel shop.
Celebrate the most wonderful time of the year in D.C. with everything from bustling markets to whimsical light displays. Here are over 20 ways to get in the holiday spirit.
Whether it’s to challenge a Racing President or to take a few swings in the batting cages where the players warm up, Washington Nationals fans have a lot to do this weekend. See photos of Nationals Park ahead of this year’s Winterfest.
She rose to popularity on “Top Chef” and “The Chew,” but D.C.-based celebrity chef Carla Hall’s latest project is deeply personal. In her new cookbook, she is sharing the history, stories and recipes of soul food.
The holiday season is heating up, and to celebrate, many D.C. dining establishments are cooling down with winter-themed patios, pop-ups and more.
Helping to make the world a better place is the inspirational theme behind Giving Tuesday, the holiday that follows the frenzied consumerism of Cyber Monday and Black Friday, and precedes the winter holiday gift-giving season.
Many shoppers who wished to avoid Black Friday shopping made their way to the Holiday Market — open from now until Dec. 23 — as a more relaxed alternative.
In the U.S. Botanic Garden’s train holiday display, called “Season’s Greenings: All Aboard,” some of the structures are made of plants. The display runs through Jan. 1. See photos and video.
Born into ‘music royalty,’ country artist Carlene Carter blazed a trail of her own, all while channeling her famous family’s roots. This year, she celebrates 45 years as a singer/songwriter, and opens up about life in the industry.
The District’s decade-long restaurant boom didn’t slow down the 17-year-old pizzeria, 2 Amys, and neither did a recent flood. The Northwest D.C. neighborhood restaurant is back this fall and better than ever.
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.
‘Tis the season for giving. If you’re looking for a way to give back to the D.C.-area community, whether through time or turkeys, here are some ideas.
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.
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