The weather is heating up and so is the Wharf — D.C.’s newest waterfront development. Here’s what you can expect this spring and summer.
A tiny neighborhood restaurant in Northwest D.C. is making a big splash. Himitsu has just a dozen employees and two dozen seats, and the chef is only 30, but the accolades keep coming in.
If you’re looking to sip on sangria or take down some tacos on Cinco de Mayo, there are plenty of places around town where you can do just that.
If you’re looking for the type of getaway that gets you out of the hotel room and off the beach blanket, Darley Newman, host and producer of PBS’ “Travels with Darley,” has some ideas.
Forget textbooks and worksheets. Teaching students science alongside dance helps young minds retain important information.
It’s easy to pile pints of strawberries and bunches of broccolini into your basket — How can one resist such temporary treasures? — but finding ways to work all the produce into everyday cooking can be tricky.
WTOP recently toured Blue Bottle’s D.C. coffee lab in an effort to learn a thing or two about making a better cup of Joe. After all, if there’s one thing that keeps a newsroom running, it’s coffee. Watch the video to learn about the company’s pour-over process.
Would you go to a concert if you didn’t know who was playing — or even where it was being held — until right before the show? For a growing number of local music lovers, the answer is “yes.”
It’s hard to walk the streets of Georgetown and not sneak a peek, or two, through the windows of the neighborhood’s tony town homes. But on April 28, curiosities do not have to continue. You can see the crystal chandeliers, antique art and historic hardwood up close during the annual Georgetown House Tour.
Prince George’s County, Maryland, is now home to the region’s hottest restaurant kitchen. But diners be warned: There’s no menu, just a course catalog.
If this year’s extended winter weather has left you itching to get outside, now is the time to do it. April 20 through 28 is National Park Week, and memorials, museums and parks throughout the D.C. area are celebrating with family-friendly events and programming.
A local grocery store is launching a competition to support D.C.-area food businesses. Meet the finalists.
There’s good news for green thumbs lacking green space: You don’t need a big yard to have a beautiful garden. All you need are a few containers. An expert shares tips for container gardening.
Craving Thai? Italian? Greek? You can have it all delivered to your door with the click of a button using one of several meal delivery services that operate in D.C. — unless you live east of the Anacostia River.
This season, there’s no shortage of events that will get you out of the house and into the great outdoors — or, at least into a great pint of beer.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.