The new year is just heating up, but experts say the housing market may finally start to cool down in 2019. Here’s what you can expect.
A replica of a 1793 harpsichord brings a new lens — and sound — to the history on display at George Washington’s Mount Vernon.
Most tinsel-strung trees, blowup Santas and reindeer-themed wreaths are no longer on display. But if those decorations, along with some empty shirt boxes, unwanted gifts and old electronics, are taking up precious space in your garage (or closet or attic), a local recycling enthusiast wants to take them off your hands.
You can save money to better your future financial health, but did you know you can also invest in your physical health? Everyday choices you make in your 20s, 30s and 40s — from what you eat, to the immunizations you receive — can impact your well-being now and down the road, and even help to prevent cancer.
Throughout winter, respiratory viruses such as bronchiolitis are especially common in kids. Often, the virus, which starts out with symptoms similar to a cold, will run its course. But sometimes it requires extra attention, and knowing when to seek treatment is important.
If you’ve resolved to become a healthier you in 2019, it’s time to lace up some shoes and hit the pavement: Running is one of the best ways to get fit and stay healthy, even into old age. An expert shares tips on getting started.
Santa has been making the trek from the North Pole to Northern Virginia for nearly three decades to visit with local children (and now their children) at Tysons Corner Center ahead of Christmas. WTOP caught up with him to get the scoop on Christmas. (Video)
If you’re looking for a showstopping dessert to add to your holiday spread, consider a soufflé — because nothing says drama like a cake that magically rises from a ramekin and deflates with a single strike of the spoon. Check out these tips and a recipe.
For patients living in low-income countries with limited access to care, it’s not uncommon for strep throat to go undiagnosed. And when it does, it can lead to serious problems, including a type of heart disease that’s responsible for more than 300,000 deaths each year. But a local team of medical professionals is working to change that.
This season, go green, and give a plant for the holidays. Washington Gardener Magazine editor and publisher Kathy Jentz shares her favorite flowers and foliage to gift for the holidays — plus care tips in case you find a tree under your tree.
Can’t afford to drop a few-hundred bucks on a tasting menu? A new D.C. restaurant is giving diners the option to “pay what you can,” with its tasting-menu reservations.
From hassle-free entertaining, to avoiding disasters, Tiffany MacIsaac, owner and chef of D.C.’s Buttercream Bakeshop, shares some of her best baking tips — plus a holiday cookie recipe to work into your repertoire.
Puzzled over what to gift the people on your list who like to cook, bake, eat and otherwise obsess over food? Washington Post deputy food and recipe editor Bonnie Benwick shares her top picks for the holiday season.
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.
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.