Deck the District with boughs of holly.
From churches to synagogues to monasteries, see where you can find the most architecturally stunning houses of worship in the nation’s capital
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.
The District boasts an array of architectural gems.
It’s what’s on the inside that counts.
Don’t gloss over these extraordinary places.
From lesser-known museums to some of the region’s finest parks
The home is filled with natural light and has abundant outdoor space.
The District has eight wards that determine elections and the distribution of city services.
There are dozens spread across the city, waiting to be tilled.
The project survived a lawsuit by neighbors earlier this month
A three-judge panel rejects a zoning challenge by neighbors
The home has a front porch and a fenced backyard
See your options in neighborhoods like Shaw and Woodley Park
See your options in neighborhoods like Columbia Heights and Southwest
The tour is set for the afternoon of June 2
See your options in neighborhoods like Brookland and Bloomingdale
See your options in neighborhoods like the H Street NE corridor and Brookland
It’s within a 15-minute walk of the neighborhood’s Metro station and also comes with parking
The home has hardwood floors throughout and a finished lower level that includes a full bathroom
From museums to dwellings to public artworks
The home has hardwood floors, a finished lower level, and a fireplace
See your options in neighborhoods like Brookland and Anacostia
"Grassroots activism works!"
Blocked once more.
Up to more than $1 million.
The location is a little over half a mile away from the nearest Metro station.
Look up in the sky. Is it a plane? No. A bird? No, it’s a pop-up—and a rather tall one too.
See your options in neighborhoods like the Southwest Waterfront and Adams Morgan.
See your options in neighborhoods like Brookland and Logan Circle.
Expect themed food and drink specials as well as opening ceremony watch parties.
Expect 12 additional units as well as a bicycle storage room and a rear patio.
The new building will be a red color rather than an orange color.
This once "overflowing," now dwindling monastery aspires to become a D.C. destination.
The project will take over a site that currently houses a parking lot.
The development would include a mix of one-, two-, and three-bedrooms.
From a Smithsonian celebration to a hip-hop performance, see what events are sure to make you feel jolly.
The trees, the lights, the holiday cheer—what's not to love about this time of the year?