Experts are finding modern travelers want more from their accommodations than the usual amenities. Now, Hilton is building a new brand to meet these demands.
Born into ‘music royalty,’ country artist Carlene Carter blazed a trail of her own, all while channeling her famous family’s roots. This year, she celebrates 45 years as a singer/songwriter, and opens up about life in the industry.
The District’s decade-long restaurant boom didn’t slow down the 17-year-old pizzeria, 2 Amys, and neither did a recent flood. The Northwest D.C. neighborhood restaurant is back this fall and better than ever.
D.C’s brewing scene has exploded in recent years, giving craft beer lovers more options than ever when it comes to drinking local. But 100 years ago, there was pretty much just one label in town: Christian Heurich. And a new exhibit is diving into his legacy.
This summer, a family of four will move from their one-bedroom Arlington apartment to a new three-bedroom house in Alexandria. They are just one of many local families to benefit from volunteers and staff at Habitat for Humanity of Northern Virginia.
A beautiful public art display depicts the ugly side of housing in America.
Shawarma without a spit? Hummus in five minutes? Chef Michael Solomonov’s new book, “Israeli Soul,” brings the foods and flavors from Israel’s stalls, markets and bakeries to home kitchens everywhere.
If reading the newspaper means skimming all but the travel section, and scrolling through social media morphs into studying every post tagged #wanderlust, it might be time for a vacation.
A local, creative couple finds a unique way to entertain both kids and adults. See photos and video.
A recent report shows just how common sexual harassment is in the workplace, and what’s at the core of the problem.
Reality TV star and real estate mogul Ryan Serhant shares his top three tips for selling a home.
Pass a glass and pop the cork: Oct. 19 is Global Champagne Day, and we’re embracing it with some fun facts, tips and recommendations from an expert.
Four nights this month, Congressional Cemetery will lead its annual “Soul Strolls” through the 35-acre burial ground. Consider the event somewhat of a haunted history lesson.
Milk preserved with formaldehyde? Coffee charred black and cheese dyed with lead? That was the menu in the 19th century. And a new book details the fight to pass regulations in food.
When The Wharf opened on Oct. 12, 2017, it brought a number of restaurants, retail shops and music venues to D.C.’s Southwest waterfront. One year later, new businesses are still moving in. Here’s a look at The Wharf’s impact in its first year.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.