Two new retail tenants have signed leases in Northwest D.C.'s Penn Quarter neighborhood.
Dr. Leana Wen's memories of the Boston Marathon bombing are fresh in her mind, a year after the life-changing tragedy.
Residential rental expenses in D.C. rose 33 percent between 2007 and 2012, the third-fastest growth figure for apartment costs in the nation, according to personal finance site NerdWallet.
A look at what makes social painting classes so popular and what a local business offers for patrons who want to paint and imbibe at the same time.
DC Council to hear testimony on bills intended to reform city contracting
Shaw residents now have a new café option in their neighborhood: Uprising Muffin Co., a bakery and cafe from first-time restaurateur Donnie Simpson Jr.
If you find yourself in a good mood among spring's green grass, budding trees and sprouting flowers, you're not alone.
When Mythology Modern Chop House/Lore Lounge opens on H Street NE next year, owner Todd Luongo hopes it will be the start of a wave of more upscale eateries and bars along a strip that has catered more to a PBR-and-tater-tots crowd in recent years.
Nearly double the average number of riders crowded onto Metro trains this Saturday for the cherry blossom festival.
Hotel heiress Paris Hilton will DJ a set May 9 at Echostage, the Northeast D.C. venue that has been drawing crowds high-profile electronic music shows for the past year and a half.
Jamba Juice has big plans to expand in the D.C. market. The Washington Post reports the California-based juicer wants to add at least 10 new stores in the market in the next three years.
The 2016 presidential campaign checklist and who's doing what
Natasha Adair is new women's basketball coach at Georgetown, was former assistant with Hoyas
Say hello to Bud, a 3.5-month-old American Staffordshire terrier mix, available for adoption at the Washington Animal Rescue League.
The power is back on at the Cleveland Park Metro Station.
Tourists and residents hoping to see the Capitol building's famous Rotunda may be disappointed this month.
They're calling it the Million Pibble March, but the organizer says that 5,000 people is the real goal.
MC Hammer, Chuck D and Monie Love share their thoughts on the culture.
Three men and one woman were shot early Monday in D.C.
WTOP's Dick Uliano reports.
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