Deck the District with boughs of holly.
Get hitched at these aesthetically pleasing venues.
Get your gifts early at these local spots.
From vintage carousels to world-renowned museums, D.C. offers something for every family. We’ve mapped our 30 top picks.
Where to shop when you need a new piece
Skip the National Mall and head to these lesser-known locations instead.
From Mount Vernon Trail to the Capital Crescent Trail, see what the area has in store for those who like to explore in the great outdoors.
Where to get fresh fruit, vegetables, and other foodstuff.
Sit back, relax, and soak up the sun in these 20 secret gardens, parks, and green spaces in Washington, D.C.
The precious 44.5-carat stone was housed here by Evalyn Walsh McLean.
These venues offer classes, competitions, and kid-friendly fun.
The District boasts an array of architectural gems.
The three-bedroom home features a back deck and garden.
It’s what’s on the inside that counts.
A public meeting on a required environmental review is set for November 7.
Don’t gloss over these extraordinary places.
From the Trans-lux to the Dunbar, take a look at the city’s storied past.
The annual race will take over much of the National Mall and the Potomac riverfront.
The five-story pile dating from around 1817 also has six full bathrooms and quite a few bedrooms. And there’s tile from the White House.
The circa-1794 pile includes four original fireplaces, and there’s parking for two.
See where noted authors, politicians, and others are buried.
From lesser-known museums to some of the region’s finest parks
Change is in the air.
A ribbon cutting with local and federal officials is planned for September 12.
The home has been substantially renovated and is near neighborhood shops
The project is intended to make the estate more energy-efficient and accessible
The kid-friendly event is free and recalls the War of 1812
From outdoor pools to indoor pools, take a dive near you
The city has replaced metered parking with commercial zones at nine locations
Get your hiking boots ready!
D.C. transportation officials say they will hold focus groups on the project
D.C. transportation officials had closed the road after flooding damage last week
The unit has been refurbished and includes a fireplace
The corridor currently has six lanes for car traffic and two for parking
The kitchen has been updated and the lower level is fully finished
The National Capital Planning Commission recently opined on the project
Get your binoculars ready!
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