The Cavaliers haven’t been this good since they had Ralph Sampson, while the last time the Terps started a season 18-3 they went on to win the national title.
D.C.’s booming craft coffee scene means there's a market for expensive cups of joe, like Mockingbird Hill's $30 cup of Geisha, Slipstream's $11 cup of Bella Visa and Oval Room's $12 coffee service.
Galley is a new service that delivers chef-prepared meals to your door. Food arrives chilled in an oven- and microwave-safe container. Simply heat it up and post pictures on Instagram of the meal you “cooked.”
For all the success the Wizards have had this season, they are still learning how to close out games.
The just-opened gym wants to offer "CrossFit equipment, but not a CrossFit atmosphere," according to owner Maddie Watkins. The goal: Create a place where no one is too intimidated to walk through the door.
Participating in a Polar Bear Plunge? Or shopping for your spring break beach getaway? Two local women want to help you suit up.
Dr. Andrea advises a reader who forgives her ex-husband for what happened in the past, but doesn't want to see him in person. Also: My mom is undermining my authority with my kid!
Thirty-two people competed Sunday for the chance to embody Theodore Roosevelt, Abraham Lincoln, George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and William Howard Taft during the fourth-inning races.
Of the dozen or so members of the press covering the Nationals Racing President audition Sunday, only two volunteered to try out ourselves.
I was telling two colleagues about my favorite new show, “Jane the Virgin,” which I love for its over-the-top melodrama, sly wit and warm heart. They said, “Who the what?”