Lullabies not working? Try Ludacris. In “Weird Parenting Wins,” author and podcaster Hillary Frank ditches the expert advice and shares unconventional strategies and creative techniques that parents have used to work through tantrums, meltdowns, meal-fights and more.
There’s a new way to fight food waste, combat climate change, save money, and increase your fruit and veggie intake — and you don’t need to leave to house to do it.
You don’t need to wait for spring to plan your spring break. A family and travel writer shares her top picks for one-, two- and three-day stays.
Mastering a few culinary techniques, especially when it comes to Mexican cooking, can pay off big when you need to throw together a fast and flavorful meal. Plus, a recipe for a bright and spicy condiment.
More than faith is growing at Pleasant Hope Baptist Church in Baltimore. There is a movement to build a sustainable food system, including a community garden.
The D.C. area is home to thousands of restaurants, and the food editors and critics at Washingtonian pick their top 100. Here are the highlights.
Not all time spent watching a show or playing an app is bad. In fact, it can be constructive. Here’s how to make the most of those days when screen time is absolutely necessary.
If you have a stocked pantry and about 30 minutes, you can make a healthy dinner, even on the busiest weeknights.
Washingtonians who wander into Giant Food stores this year will see a familiar face — or three — in the produce section.
If you or someone you know is looking for a home to meet a physical or developmental need, a local real estate expert shares some tips to consider before you start the homebuying process.
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.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.