Here’s a breakdown of the most popular apartments in the heart of Foggy Bottom and a price comparison to what you can get elsewhere in the District.
The newest exhibition, “Sensorium: The Art of Perception,” which opens Thursday, will transform the gallery’s normally still atmosphere into an interactive, multi-sensory space for meditation, yoga and relaxation.
Operated by the previous owners of Thai Place, Soi 38 integrates the more basic Thai Place favorites, like the classic pad thai, with more elegant and adventurous Thai street food.
Hailing from Connecticut, where the chain has somewhat of a cult following, Plan B opened its first D.C. storefront in Penn Quarter on Monday.
This is a bookstore for the locals: It has the feel of a highly-organized home bookshelf in the best possible way.
The program, created and co-directed by Foggy Bottom residents Jill Nevius, Mary Kay Shaw and Jackie Lemire, has brought new exhibitions to the neighborhood every two years.
We caught up with the woman behind the voice, Randi Miller, to chat about making a living as a voice actress and avoiding the train.
I traveled to the Twinbrook station – only a few stations before the end of the Red Line at Shady Grove – to meet with Miller and take a ride on the Metro, where her voice has been warning riders to “step back” since March 2006.
Buress is preparing for back-to-back shows at The Lincoln Theatre. We caught up with him to talk about the joke-writing process, riding with Amtrak and texting during shows.
Opening late next month, Upshur Street Books will be the first independent bookstore to open in D.C. in 10 years and Ruppert’s third project on the block in the last 13 months.