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Columbus Day will be Indigenous Peoples’ Day for the first time in D.C. this year

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Can a $1,300 baby bed make me a better mom?

The Snoo promises more sleep, but the problems families face are too big for furniture to fix.

Light-filled Brightwood home with large backyard seeks $745K

The home features four bedrooms and off-street parking.

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D.C. joins international pledge to reduce air pollution

The city is committing to set "ambitious" targets in the next two years.

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The storage unit that became a portal to my childhood home

In the grip of early grief, I still felt as though my parents’ things kept me close to them.

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The 9 best alternatives to Airbnb

From a vacation rental company that focuses on families to one that wants to combat racism, here are nine alternatives for your next vacation.

Three-level penthouse condo in Logan Circle asks $1.4M

The unit includes almost 1,600 square feet of living space and a private terrace.

Bright, lofted condo in Logan Circle lists for $560K

The unit has 18-foot ceilings, new hardwood floors, and a private balcony.

D.C. considers restoring voting rights to prisoners with felony convictions

The issue will be the subject of a D.C. Council hearing Thursday.

Smithsonian’s Anacostia Community Museum to reopen this Sunday

On display: "A Right to the City," an exhibit about D.C.’s recent transformation

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D.C.’s 15 most haunted locations, mapped


Kids-focused nonprofit to expand services to D.C.’s oldest domestic violence shelter

The Homeless Children’s Playtime Project is seeking volunteers for its fifth site.

What $2,600 rents in D.C. right now

See your options in neighborhoods like Queens Chapel and Cleveland Park.

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Green New Deal goes global as nearly 100 cities commit to climate action

A coalition of 94 global mayors commits to "turning away from fossil fuels" and meeting Paris Agreement targets.

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The most famous cemeteries and graves in the D.C. area, mapped

See where noted authors, politicians, and others are buried.

D.C.’s official development playbook moves forward with inclusive city goals

Other parts of the Comprehensive Plan will be updated in the coming months.

What are the D.C. area’s most expensive ZIP codes for renting?

No. 1: 20037, which covers parts of Foggy Bottom, West End, and Dupont Circle.

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30 essential places to visit in D.C. right now

From lesser-known museums to some of the region’s finest parks

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101 things to love about Washington, D.C.

A love letter to the District

D.C. is set to update its official roadmap for development today. Here’s why that matters.

changes to the city’s Comprehensive Plan will have far-reaching implications.

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Can commuter rail save our suburbs?

As new urban transit lines expand, dense development near stations tries to reinvigorate car-centric communities.

Overnight Metro collision sparks all-day delays on three lines

The Orange, Blue, and Silver lines are experiencing slower service today.

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Your guide to the best farmers markets in Washington, D.C.

From Eastern Market to CityCenterDC, here are 27 farmers markets in D.C. that you should know about.

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Adventures in DIY

Curbed editor-in-chief Kelsey Keith fills you in on her latest DIY project: a custom dresser for under $300.

Motorcyclist dies in crash with SUV driver in Manor Park

The SUV driver had pulled into the path of the motorcyclist near Fort Slocum Park.

Final designs for World War I Memorial on Pennsylvania Avenue NW receive approval

Federal planning commissioners endorsed the memorial this week.

National Building Museum to close December 2 for months of repairs

The museum expects to reopen next spring.

Capitol Hill corner-lot gem featuring private roof deck seeks $1M

The home was once a storefront and includes three bedrooms.

Four-bedroom Forest Hills home with sweeping backyard asks $1.6M

The house stands on an approximately 10,500-square-foot lot on a cul-de-sac.

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Can better parks fight climate change?

The Climate Positive Design Challenge aims to help landscape architects create green space with global implications.

D.C.-based photographer to be focus of new National Building Museum exhibit

Centered on Alan Karchmer’s architectural photography, the exhibit debuts this fall.

These 10 Metrobus routes could see service changes.

Metro is asking for feedback on its proposals.

Metro to stay open late for Nationals and Mystics playoff games

The rail system will accept passengers for 20 minutes after the games end.

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Only a duplex allowed me to tolerate my partner’s cat

I wanted to be easygoing and compromising, but I didn’t see a way to share a space with this particular, peculiar pet.

Local climate activists want to build on momentum from #ShutDownDC protests

They’re continuing to organize after last month’s major demonstrations.

What $2,100 rents in D.C. right now

See your options in neighborhoods like Ivy City and Capitol Hill.

How hot is it in D.C. today? Record-setting hot.

The sweltering temperatures set daily and monthly records throughout the area.

D.C.’s first open streets event is this weekend. Here’s what to expect.

Roughly three miles of Georgia Avenue NW will close to traffic.

Amazon’s Northern Virginia landlord to redevelop six buildings near HQ2 site

JBG Smith has filed plans to remake 2.6 million square feet of space.

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Not in my bat’s yard

By turning community spaces into habitats for a protected species, bat boxes throw a wrench—arguably a small one—into the development process.

Newseum to close at the end of December

Johns Hopkins University is moving in to the building, which will be renovated.

D.C. may cap how many scooter companies are allowed in the city

But the four chosen companies could provide up to 10,000 total vehicles.