Naturally, the Internet was gleeful with snark, mockery and a fake Twitter account. Here are the best of the responses:
While a host of serious news events defined 2014, these folks and phenomena managed to grab a piece of the spotlight — some for 15 minutes, others, unfortunately, for a bit longer.
Our readers chose their favorite places to sweat in the DMV.
Current, Miss Pixie’s, The Tailored Man, Salt & Sundry and Smash Records top our lists.
Libertine, Vinoteca, The Gin Joint and Nellie's Sports Bar are among this year's winners.
Where to find the best sandwich, sushi, pizza, seafood, doughnut and more.
Like her deep, distinctive twang, the music is unquestionably Southern. Shades of Nina Simone, Dolly Parton and blueswomen of decades past flicker throughout; you can easily picture it crackling out from a timeworn record player.
Borrowing from tool libraries — two of which are now open in the D.C. area — is a fun way to get engaged in the community AND limit your trips to Target.
Experts are scheduled to testify in a hearing today about the New Columbia Admission Act of 2013, which would make “New Columbia” the 51st state.
Though the corruption allegations were serious, the media couldn’t help but mock the outsized personalities and offbeat testimonies.