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.
An analysis of D.C. adults' attempts to relive childhood, streetcar training commences and there sure were a lot of Jehovah's Witnesses in town.
Silver Line service doesn't start 'till Saturday, but here's head start on the harping that's sure to follow. We collected every complaint to date about WMATA's new line and compiled them to the tune of "Silver Bells."
Need to get the stench of rotting grizzly bear out of your car? Try spritzing a little lemon juice on the upholstery, says Tim Grove, author of “A Grizzly in the Mail and Other Adventures in American History.” “You’ll still have to drive with your windows open and your nose plugged for a few weeks,” […]
It wasn’t long ago that Americans considered cats and dogs too stinky and unsanitary to let inside. Now pets are considered members of the family, writes David Grimm in his new book.
"He was struck by the joyfulness with which the drivers risked their lives," says Melissa Ho, curator of "Salvatore Scarpitta: Traveler," which opens at the Hirshhorn on Thursday.
Would you pay $15,000 for a little respect? William Shakespeare did.
Many of Fringe's 135 theatrical performances draw on familiar subject matter, such as post-college angst, Washington life and Shakespeare.
See 75 of the master metalsmith's works at the Corcoran, or go on this scavenger hunt to find the many Paley pieces that enliven D.C.
The coywolf, a hybrid creature that’s small enough to live undetected among humans, but large enough to feast on fawns, is perfectly adapted to the I-95 corridor.