Pumpkins, butternut squash and all kinds of colorful produce make fall a special season for tables around the D.C. region. Though they’re easy on the eyes, how nutritious are these brightly-hued harvests?
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.
Yes, the season for chunky scarves, pumpkin-spiced everything and fantasy football is upon us. Fall, autumn, harvest season — whatever you call it — starts Saturday, September 22, in the Northern Hemisphere. Here are some interesting things to know about the season.
It’s not just for the front porch — pumpkin is a star ingredient in many fall dishes. Here are a few to try this season.
Meteorologist Matt Ritter takes a look at the week ahead. Expect sunshine for a good part of the week.
There’s a chill in the air and all of a sudden your thoughts turn from finding the best beach blanket to purchasing a cozy throw. It’s time to transition your home to fall.
So long, shorts season. Hello, sweater weather. It’s time for a new season of food and drink festivals. Here’s the list that’s tempting your taste buds.
It’s officially apple season. If you’re inundated with the fruit of fall, here are some sweet and savory recipes that can put your apples — and your stomach — to work. Click on the link in the slides for each recipe.
Garden rakes may not seem particularly hazardous but sore muscles and aching backs await some people using rakes incorrectly to gather
Enjoy the final days before the official arrival of fall because it is going to feel more like summer here in the D.C. area!
Orange, yellow and red. The colors of fall are starting to arrive in the region.
Save those leaves: They\’re a gardener\’s best
The temperature dropped at least 25 degrees overnight in the D.C. Area. But those who love the outdoors welcome the change.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.