Lauded restaurant openings had foodies trekking from Foggy Bottom to all four quadrants of the District in 2017.
The District’s most visited destinations on the Uber app include various museums, monuments and a few close-to-campus favorites.
Duke’s Grocery, a London-style neighborhood eatery in Dupont Circle with a second outpost in Woodley Park, will open their third location in The Shops at 2000 Penn next year.
Pies may cover the countertops around Thanksgiving time, but you don’t need to go home to grab the perfect slice.
Politico Playbook Timeout will feature interviews streamed on the jumbotron with political and media figures at games throughout the season.
Sign of the Whale, a popular Tuesday night spot for students, will reopen Saturday with a new name after a month of renovation.
Hajj Turner and his wife, Vivian, took home the judges’ choice award for best home chef garden at the first annual Edible D.C. Awards last week.
Fifty years after Club Rugby was created at GW, founder Liam Humphreys and about 30 other former players returned to play once again.
Students in GW’s chapter of the Petey Greene Program visit facilities around Maryland every week to tutor incarcerated students.
One of the District’s most popular gay bars will host D.C.’s first queer flea market and all-day party this weekend.