Washington Business Journal
A look at some popular summer getaway spots for people who live in Greater Washington.
Nothing is worse than that sinking feeling, a few hours after eating, that the questionable seafood choice you made at a local restaurant or watering hole is likely coming back to haunt you.
He's a media type now, but many Washington Redskins fans remember Chris Cooley from his days as a Redskins tight end. But is he leaving the area? And at what price?
Whether I'm at a barbeque or a bat mitzvah, there's one question I'm asked again and again: "What's the best way to back up my personal files and photos?"
Way down at the bottom of the long list of events for the World Police and Fire Games an athletic competition among first responders coming to Fairfax County next summer is an event called "wrist wrestling."
Tourists visiting Washington for the three-day Memorial Day weekend may spend less than they would have last year, at least for lodging.
Dallas-based Southwest Airlines, which is doubling the number of its flights at Reagan National Airport, is betting on demand for nonstop flights from Dulles International Airport to Las Vegas.
Considering that each American credit card holder has an average of 3.7 cards, according to the results of a recent poll, it's safe to say that most people in the U.S.have a general understanding of how credit cards work.
A pet psychic is just the beginning.
The Texas de Brazil churrascaria-style steakhouse will take over the former Buddha Bar space in Mount Vernon Triangle.
Calling the boss evil is often the go-to explanation for career dissatisfaction.
You won't find any stairwells tucked away into the dark corners of George Washington University's newest academic building.
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.
Looks like Bryan Voltaggio isn't the only D.C.-area restaurateur ready to break into Loudoun County. The Matchbox group of restaurants and Chef Robert Wiedmaier of Marcel's, Brasserie Beck and Mussel Bar are also heading to the One Loudoun development in Ashburn, according to the developer, Miller & Smith, Inc.
The developer of Union Market has submitted plans to redevelop another part of the 45-acre warehouse district, 1270 Fourth St. NE, with up to 520 residential units and nearly 40,000 square feet of ground floor retail in an 11-story building.
Westbrook Properties, the firm behind the Crown master-planned community now under construction in Gaithersburg, is packing a massive amount of development into a 182-acre suitcase.
That big Washington region paycheck helps keep up with the cost of living here. Or does it?
The JBG Cos. has already made an indelible mark on the U Street corridor, but that mark is about to get much, much bigger.
Carluccio's, a United Kingdom-based Italian restaurant, café and gourmet grocery concept, will soon take up residence at the foot of King Street in Old Town Alexandria.
Andy Shallal to open restaurant and training center in Anacostia.
The United States offers some of the most varied and stunningly gorgeous terrains in the world that make the perfect backdrop for a back-to-nature hike, whether you're looking for a one-day jaunt or hoping to make a vacation out of the entire experience.
Economists predict that the labor market will improve in 2014 the unemployment rate will fall while job opportunities rise. In other words, it's time to consider new opportunities and find your dream job.
Any traveler looking for a premium-class score across the pond this summer knows, the posted deals aren't that good.
Pardon me if I'm confused: I thought aging baby boomers like myself represented the next wave of entrepreneurship.
Liquor Bar, a cocktail bar from restaurateur Ari Gejdenson, will open at Sixth and F streets NW across from Verizon Center, according to building owner Douglas Development Corp.
Looks like the Mintwood Place folks are the next D.C.-area restaurateurs to want in on the Shaw neighborhood.
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