Get hitched at these aesthetically pleasing venues.
Skip the National Mall and head to these lesser-known locations instead.
Where to get fresh fruit, vegetables, and other foodstuff.
"Leading pedestrian intervals" are becoming more common in the city.
The annual race will take over much of the National Mall and the Potomac riverfront.
No. 1: 20037, which covers parts of Foggy Bottom, West End, and Dupont Circle.
The Orange, Blue, and Silver lines are experiencing slower service today.
From lesser-known museums to some of the region’s finest parks
The purchaser plans to add a museum dedicated to the Nixon-era event.
The renovated home features a private balcony and a parking space.
It’s the first expansion of the site since its dedication in 1971.
Memorials, a museum, and a university make the list.
The two people were resting in the park when they were fatally struck
The unit features more than 3,200 square feet of living space
Public transit is your friend for crowded events like fireworks displays
The corridor currently has six lanes for car traffic and two for parking
Celebrate Independence Day from these vantage points
See your options in neighborhoods like Cathedral Heights and Eckington
See your options in neighborhoods like Foggy Bottom and Cleveland Park
Look out for the bright signs in the Golden Triangle Business Improvement District
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The unit has new hardwood floors and lots of closet space
They compose roughly 70 percent of the population in some neighborhoods, but just a tenth in others
Local elected officials in Northwest approve a resolution about the slain journalist
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A new exhibit at the Octagon House highlights his lasting contributions
The Steven Holl-designed project is slated to open in September 2019
From panel discussions to supporting small businesses, see what fun activities will occur throughout the month of March.
The listing, built in circa 1900, offers a private patio and front porch.
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From the Kennedy Center to the House of Sweden, see which buildings are the most notable in the city.
See your options in neighborhoods like Shaw and Anacostia.
From a Smithsonian celebration to a hip-hop performance, see what events are sure to make you feel jolly.
For those who really want to know Washington, D.C., don’t hesitate to check out the following books.
It’s in celebration of the venue’s Honors event.
This rooftop ice skating rink is fairly small, measuring 70 feet by 20 feet, but it comes with 360-degree views of the city.
Priced at $800 per night, get an inside look at one of Washington, D.C.’s most famous guestrooms.
The building will replace George Washington University’s Rice Hall and a 90-foot building at 2100 Pennsylvania Avenue NW.
According to Walk Score, the nation’s capital is known as a "walker’s paradise" as well as a "biker’s paradise."