Monday, April 22 is Earth Day, an annual celebration of our planet and a day of environmental acknowledgement and awareness.
What do you get when a chef, a lawyer, a nonprofit employee and a dietitian walk into a restaurant? It sounds like the beginning of a bad joke, but it\’s actually one local organization\’s formula for encouraging access to healthy food options at several D.C. area restaurants.
Hush Supper Club is an educational dining
project, founded by \”Geeta,\” an Indian American
in her late 30s. She originally started the club
in 2010 as a way to spark Americans\’ interest in
India, its culture, religions and cuisine.
Nestled in the Shenandoah Valley, one furniture
and home décor store has become an
unexpected weekend getaway for Washington area
When a popular app that predicted Metro\’s train
and bus times mysteriously stopped working in
December, many D.C. area commuters were left in
the dark — and out in the cold — at bus stops.
The British drama first aired in the U.S. as a
part of \”Masterpiece Classics\” in 2011, but what
many fans don\’t know is that the Emmy-winning
show was inspired from a book published in 1989.
On Jan. 11, the White House responded to a
petition posted on its website in regards to
securing funds to construct a Death Star.
During Watson Adventure scavenger hunts, participants piece
together a series of clues hidden in works of art throughout the museum
and left behind by a \”murdered curator.\”
On Sunday night, President Obama addressed a
of grieving community members in Newtown, Conn.,
just three days after a mass shooting in the
town\’s elementary school that left 20 children
six adults dead.
Caroline Miller, a Bethesda-based expert in
positive psychology, explains that as hard as it
seems now, some good really does come from awful
Bilbo Baggins, which serves dishes like Frodo\’s
French Toast, Gandalf\’s Pie and Green Dragon
Pizza, expects a big crowd this weekend for the
premiere of Peter Jackson\’s film \”The Hobbit: An
The personal chef profession is growing in demand
for busy families and people with dietary
restrictions, according to culinary experts. The
business is not just booming in the D.C. area –
it\’s spreading throughout the country.
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.