Despite thousands of swanky new high-rise apartment units in the Washington area, some renters are opting instead to duke it out over privately run homes. Bidding wars are commonplace over uniquely designed condos, houses and townhouses.
Other D.C. cyclists may be decked out in head-to-toe spandex. “But I’m whizzing by them in a skirt and heels," Amber Wason brags. And she's not even breaking a sweat.
Due to the World Cup break, United played just seven league games in June and July. August and September appear much more formidable.
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Celebrate Throwback Thursday with photos from the American Ballet Theater's original 1943 production of "Pillar of Fire" and a 2003 restaging.
If you’ve never been to Synchroswim, consider making this the year you (figuratively) dive in to the Washington Project for the Arts’ exuberantly strange synchronized swimming competition.
There are hundreds of events to choose from through Aug. 24, but here’s a small sample.
The trio are friends who co-star in the indie movie “Camp Takota” and have been dubbed YouTube’s Holy Trinity.
"I wish I could go back and write the book the way [Meryl Streep] performed it," the author says.
To pay tribute to General John J. Pershing, the St. Regis’ prestigious tenant of 10 years, the hotel’s bar launched the General’s Booth experience in April with an exclusive tasting menu and cocktail pairings.