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D.C.'s mayor wants to see public transportation, bicycles or by walking account for 75 percent of trips taken in the city by 2032.
The manager of a local club is remembering groundbreaking jazz composer and pianist Dave Brubeck. Brubeck, who passed away today at age 91, performed at Blues Alley in Georgetown in 2010 and enjoyed it so much he returned for another concert at the intimate club in 2011.
The man who runs the District's parking and streetlight program admits it: Multiple signs detailing multiple parking rules in the same place are confusing.
A new study finds one longtime wedding tradition is likely not going away.
Cyber Monday and Black Friday are widely known, but there's a big sale in the D.C. area many haven't heard of that happens twice a month on Thursdays.
Last year the District counted 108 homicides, the lowest number since the 1963 total of 95. The total for 2012 is on track to be even lower than 2011's, and Police Chief Cathy Lanier is talking about it.
The debut of the Kennedy Center's much anticipated organ wowed the audience Tuesday night.
Black Friday is over, but businesses nationwide are offering deals for the third annual Small Business Saturday.
Bed bugs can be a concern for hotel guests, but a new way of killing bugs without chemicals is showing a lot of promise for banishing the critters.
Looking for gift ideas? The 2012 WTOP Gift Guide has plenty of interesting things you can buy online in four different price categories.