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A slick 7,000-foot building one block from Nationals Park will soon be home to D.C.'s latest brewery.
The palatial Victorian mansion on New Hampshire Avenue and 20th Street in Northwest is home to more than just a piece of D.C.'s beer history - it is also an inspiration for its future.
WTOP heads to the fourth annual GWAR-B-Q, an all-day assault of the senses hosted by Gwar and featuring a dozen punk, metal and thrash bands.
As the world marketplace continues to go digital, high schools throughout Virginia are taking the plunge into virtual education.
Fans of the strange and macabre will have the chance to explore both "Tombs and Tomes" at Congressional Cemetery in Southeast D.C. next month.
Just a few miles from where River Road ends in Poolesville, Md., a second life beings for animals that have been discarded, abandoned and left to die.
Transitioning from Christopher to Kristin Beck wasn't a choice for the former Navy SEAL, it was an imperative.
About an hour outside of D.C., dozens of Bengals sniff, stretch and strut through the Jungletrax Cattery, where 38-year-old Anthony Hutcherson breeds designer felines for curious and committed cat lovers.
Forget the fancy hats, elegant horses and Jack Russell Terriers that will be on display this weekend at the 88th Virginia Gold Cup. Parimutuel betting, in which people put their money into a collective pool, is the real star of this year's festivities, the organizers say.
No one ever told Anne Slabinski or Marcia Reed they couldn't be firefighters. In fact, neither ever imagined herself battling blazes or saving lives. Yet after more than 15 years, collectively, the two women feel they have found their callings.
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