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Peter Chang, the chef whose Virginia restaurants serve some of the most sought-after Chinese food on the East Coast, is making his way into the D.C. region
Looks like Georgetown may soon be saying goodbye to "the friendliest bar in town." Mr. Smith's, the longtime M Street watering hole known for its daily piano sing-alongs, will close at the end of the month.
The project will offer "small-unit" (SB-Urban does not use the term "micro") furnished rental apartments "with distinctive shared living spaces for people who live a very urban and career-prioritized lifestyle."
D.C. Beer Week is here and ready to provide an entirely different kind of hangover.
True Food Kitchen, the latest restaurant to join the Mosaic District development in Merrifield, aims to open Sept. 23.
The Pentagon is stepping in to help people find their cars.
How many more unique, chef-owned restaurants, artisan charcuterie producers and craft cocktail bars have to open before D.C. sheds the power-lunch persona?
Boss School is a partnership between the Kauffman Foundation — one of the foremost nonprofits dedicated to entrepreneurship — and the startup Hello Fearless, a Kansas-City-based online entrepreneurial school that transforms "bold women into brave entrepreneurs."
Prepare for the pork bun obsession, D.C. David Chang is indeed bringing his Momofuku restaurant to the District as part of the massive CityCenterDC development.
The JBG Cos. has filed plans with the D.C. Zoning Commission for a 13-story, 290-unit apartment building immediately north of Nationals Park, with two levels of retail and three levels of below-grade parking.
The study, from University of Virginia economist Christopher Ruhm and Middle Tennessee State University economist Charles Baum, says part-time work as a high school senior translates into future career benefits that include higher hourly wages, increased annual earnings and less time spent out of work, even after three decades.
Robots are invading a popular hotel chain, to help humans do their job better.
USA TODAY is ready for some football. Fantasy football, that is. And eventually, basketball. And baseball. And hockey.<
Hugh & Crye, a D.C.-based menswear startup specializing in button-downs and blazers, last week opened up a modest $30,000 Kickstarter campaign to bring its custom-fit approach to T-shirts. It only took a few days to blow past that goal.
Nearly 14,000 Virginians may be at risk of losing health insurance coverage obtained under healthcare.gov due to “inconsistencies,” the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services said Tuesday.
Today's gutter politics calls for a different type of character, someone like the Dude.
Sour grapes? Deloitte, staffers claim Booz Allen lawsuit is an attempt to 'punish former employees' for seeking 'greener pasture
Deloitte, staffers claim Booz Allen lawsuit is an attempt to 'punish former employees' for seeking 'greener pastures.'
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?
Get pumped, Virginia burger lovers. You now have your very own Shake Shack — the commonwealth's first — in Tysons Corner.
The Washington Business Journal announced on Friday the 50 finalists for Greater Washington's Healthiest Employers awards.
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.
Spying on students to keep them safe.
Mike Isabella took some time out of his busy schedule growing his D.C. area restaurant empire to head back to Bravo for another round of ''Top Chef.''
After tossing and turning since switching off the light at 10:30 p.m., you finally hear a key in the front door at 2 a.m. You listen to the quiet footsteps of your 25-year-old son as he heads upstairs and off to bed, then sigh and finally drift off.
Washington, D.C. offers plenty to do and enough of a young population for Forbes to rank the city No. 1 on its 2014 list of America's Coolest Cities.
The District is now in the upper echelon of highest income states, with an estimated six-figure median income for four-person households.
The JBG Cos. sold its 212-unit The Woodley apartments by the Woodley Park Metro for a record-setting $195 million, or roughly $920,000 per unit earlier this year.
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