Commissioners of the ANC unanimously opposed Effigy Nightclub’s license application after several business owners, community leaders and the police voiced opposition Wednesday night.
An alumnus and a master’s student teamed up to take a second look at overlooked, deformed fruit through their new health food company.
Comedian Margaret Cho held nothing back during a performance at Lisner Auditorium Thursday night.
Go from an off-beat play to a performance from a classic rock legend, then finish off at a luxurious rooftop pool party for a lively weekend.
A local neighborhood group voted unanimously Wednesday to support studying how vacant office space could be transformed into affordable housing.
Explore D.C. this weekend through festivals that celebrate food, music, culture and D.C. itself.
A dog and children’s park on 26th Street is slated for $1 million in repairs from D.C. government – but the money won’t arrive until 2022.
When the country’s first pay-as-you-go squash facility opens Saturday, District residents will hit the courts and a GW alumna will be showing players the proper techniques.
Check out these places where you can clink glasses and grab a bite to eat with friends, family or both at any hour of the day.
Since 2011, 39 unlawful entries have been reported in the residence hall – the most of any building or public space on campus.