This summer, Martha’s Table will celebrate its first full year in its new headquarters, located in the Fort Stanton neighborhood of Ward 8, one of the city’s poorest areas. It took several years of planning and construction to build the multimillion-dollar, 40,000 square-foot facility that offers early education, food access and community support services.
The wood-fired pizzas from D.C.’s Timber Pizza Co. are a favorite among critics and locals, alike, and now, Virginians don’t need to venture into the District for a taste.
October is the time of year when fall festivals and pumpkin-picking activities reach their peak. In the D.C. area, it’s also a musical month.
There’s sweet news for dessert fans and book lovers this month. Here’s a look at a few things happening in and around D.C. during September.
Summer is winding down, but the fall calendar is heating up. Here’s a look at two notable community events taking place this September.
Here’s a brief roundup of what’s happening around the community this month.
This month, the spotlight is on two events taking place in the D.C. area and one big award presented to a local organization that’s working to eliminate hunger.
Two of the regions hottest destinations have a lot to offer as the weather warms.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.