The Adams Morgan bull mastiff/pit bull mix is famous for his effortless cool. So when WTOP reported Wednesday that his owners are moving to Arlington, saddened locals took to Twitter to mourn.
Couples put padlocks on the Key Bridge to prove their love, no D.C. universities made Princeton Review's top party school list and Jayson Werth cookies go gnome.
A 9-year-old spent the day as chief of the Arlington County Police Department, a fake cabbie stole $200,000, a trippy mural's in danger and a silly word made a comeback.
Few things are liable to get as much attention in the District blogosphere as the biker-vs.-driver debate, which inevitably features somebody being called a terrorist. Relive the whole mess.
On Sunday, the English band plays the Black Cat.
The news that all D.C. license holders will need to take a trip to the DMV sparked a collective citywide groan yesterday. As with most things DMV-related, there were also many questions. Here is what you need to know.
Each and every one of the D.C.’s license-holding residents will need to make a trip to the DMV for a REAL ID starting May 1.
Get the most booze for your buck — at least that's the promise of this new app that let's you browse Virginia's ABC stores on your phone.
A sixth-grade science fair project has turned into something much more explosive than your typical baking soda and vinegar volcano, while controversy naturally ensues over a Disney songs bracket.
Defying both a never-ending winter and the wishes of WMATA, a crop of yellow daffodils gently swayed in the wind at the north exit of the Dupont Circle Metro station Monday afternoon. The blossoms are back. But is the guerrilla gardener?