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.
It’s Mental Health Awareness Week, and one local organization is making access to care more affordable for those seeking therapy.
A 150-year-old abandoned mansion, 500 volunteers and 80 actors are producing one of the biggest scares in our area this time of year.
Glenstone, a museum in Potomac, Maryland, reopened on Oct. 4 with a new 200,000-square-foot building to showcase modern and contemporary art from its collection. Here’s a quick tour of the highly anticipated addition. See video and photos.
“We need to stop looking at children with disabilities for what they can’t do. We need to start with what they can do.” A local teen is one example of just that. Listen.
Proton therapy is growing in popularity, and a new center under construction will focus on treating the area’s youngest cancer patients.
High heels don’t have to mean high pain. A podiatrist gets fed up with women’s shoes and decides to build and design her own.
“It’s pretty impossible to get through a day in the U.S. without hearing about violence against women coming up.” And chances are, your kids are paying attention. What should you say to them? An expert weighs in.
The first few years of a child’s life set the foundation for a lifetime of health and well-being. And in D.C., home health visits are ensuring that low-income children have the same opportunities as their peers.
Similar to organic and non-GMO, “sustainable” is a label that’s surfaced on bags of frozen flounder and displays of salmon at grocery stores around the country. But what does it mean?
At the vineyards surrounding the D.C. area, fall is harvest season — a time of year when the grapes are picked, pressed and turned into wine. But one D.C. spot is proving that you don’t have to be knee-deep in vines to be in harvest mode.
A new D.C. middle school is preparing kids living in one of the city’s most underserved areas for a future in one of the world’s most in-demand fields.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.