The millennial generation is the largest generation, and D.C. is the most popular U.S. city for millennials.
The Texas de Brazil churrascaria-style steakhouse will take over the former Buddha Bar space in Mount Vernon Triangle.
Animal Collective's Panda Bear and '70s sensation Boz Scaggs will play this weekend.
Plans set for Corcoran Gallery's takeover by George Washington University, National Gallery
The melting of the giant West Antarctica ice sheet will cause the world's seas to rise higher and faster than earlier projections -- how will that affect life in and around the nation's capital?
Smithsonian to fly drones, jetpack near National Mall for 'The Future is Here' festival in DC
Whether it's free rent, tenant improvements or other perks, landlords are offering more concessions to keep their tenants or attract new ones than at any time in the past, according to tenant representative Studley Inc.
A group that got in a free-speech court fight with Metro a few years ago is back with new eyebrow-raising ads on the sides of buses.
Study: Older, smaller buildings perform better for economies in DC, Seattle, San Francisco
WTOP Ticketbuster has found several instances in which D.C. has not checked ticket photos to catch errors.
A new report from the Washington Metropolitan Council of Governments shows homelessness in the D.C. metro area has increased over the past year to nearly 12,000 people.
Does your grocery list include products from four different stores? For busy families, grocery shopping can be a logistical nightmare. One local business hopes to take the stress out of food shopping.
You won't find any stairwells tucked away into the dark corners of George Washington University's newest academic building.
If you love this summer time heat, don't get used to it quite yet. Seasonable May weather will eventually make its return next week.
Earthquake repairs are underway at Union Station and will close the main hall for more than two years.
Two days after the Washington Monument reopened to the public, elevator problems forced tour delays and frustrated hundreds of visitors.
Mayor Vincent Gray's office announced Wednesday that it will sell what are known as Social Impact Bonds to pay for a program to reduce teen pregnancy.
The tiny margins and horrible hours of the restaurant business must have made Paul Ruppert of Room 11, Petworth Citizen and the forthcoming Crane & Turtle a glutton for punishment.
News came down Wednesday that District Flea, the Brooklyn-based high-end flea market that launched at the intersection of Ninth Street and Florida Avenue NW last summer, will close up shop and not finish out the season after opening to the public in April.
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