Your neighbor may have the cutest dog by day, but come nighttime, he likes to bark up a storm or spend hours howling at the moon.
It's Restaurant Week and Lambrusco Week (and next week is Beer Week). In other words, it's officially August!
August is now in full swing, which in the world of D.C. restaurants means the opportunity to eat and drink your way through plenty of promotional offerings.
When considering insurance, gas and maintenance, which states pays the most?
Arena Stage giving away free wedding inspired by upcoming 'Fiddler on the Roof' production
British pop stars One Direction will perform to a sold out Nationals Park crowd at 7 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 11.
Just last month, he called the cyclists who cut across downtown D.C. "terrorists." He even suggested their behavior could be so egregious that some drivers might find it worth their while to pay a $500 fine to hit one.
On Sunday, veterans of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars had a unique memorial dedicated to them: a "Living Wall of Honor" for post 9/11 veterans.
The Saturday afternoon party, organized by the riverfront park The Yards, included lawn games and a water fight.
You can think of it as a pep-rally with Washington Wizards player John Wall to get kids psyched to go back to school.
Man, 23, fatally shot in northwest Washington
DC news van burgled while crew reports on app that helps people avoid dangerous neighborhoods
A shooting in Northeast D.C. Friday night left four people hospitalized, according to D.C. police officials.
Camera crews will be filling b-roll and a mock motorcade in downtown D.C. on Saturday
From how to order whiskey with confidence to understanding wine, style and flowers -- D.C. businesses teach locals how to be a gentleman.
The continued 11th Street Bridge project will lead to a road closure this weekend.
The Nationals have slowly pulled away from their fiercest division rivals, and have a chance to bury them -- and exorcise some old demons -- this weekend in Atlanta.
Red top meters, reserved for handicapped drivers, are being installed, tested and expected in D.C.
It was last October when we first reported that Georgetown's Latham Hotel may go micro-residential. Now we can say for certain the Latham Hotel will go micro-residential. And we have a good idea of what the building will look like.
The Dancing Crab, a decades-old seafood institution in Tenleytown, is poised for a major upgrade.
Per capita consumer spending in the District rose 3.6 percent in 2012, with each D.C. resident spending an average of $59,425 on consumer goods and services. That's 65 percent more than the national average of $35,498.
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