Get ready for a new party obsession: Cards Against Urbanity, a version of the game Cards Against Humanity written by six urban planning nerds.
Master's programs in security studies, a field that covers threats to national security like terrorism, weapons proliferation and international crime, train students for agency jobs and other employment.
Georgetown’s Nurse-Midwifery/Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner program, the only nurse-midwife program based in the D.C. area, transitioned three years ago to online classes.
Bubble soccer is indoor soccer with one major difference: Players run around wearing giant, inflated “bubbles” that look like see-through beach balls.
Hundreds streamed into D.C.’s Meridian Hill Park to remember Michael Brown; liquor delivery apps got approved and WMATA's map had wormholes.
Celebrity chef David Chang plans to open a D.C. outpost of his New York-based Momofuku restaurant group in 2015. But what if he doesn't come through?
Well before Faith Dane was a nine-time D.C. mayoral candidate, she starred in the 1959 Broadway show and 1962 movie “Gypsy” as Mazeppa, a horn-playing stripper.
With the opening of Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority’s Silver Line, a new swath of apartment buildings have suddenly become Metro-accessible. Here’s a roundup of some new and upcoming apartments near the Silver Line.
Some apartment developers are striving to make their buildings feel less densely urban and more landscaped and light-filled. These green spaces come with an added perk for residents: more room to socialize.
In his Atlantic cover story, Ta-Nehisi Coates argues the U.S. government needs to study the possibility of reparations — and not just for slavery.