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The Lockkeeper’s House, built around 1835, will be moved 32 feet and restored.
If you watch the National Christmas Tree Lighting tonight, you might notice that the tree looks a little, well, flat. In fact, the 29-foot evergreen is 2 feet shorter than it was in 2013.
The federal government erects about seven new memorials every decade. In the past, they’ve clustered near the National Mall, and that area’s getting crowded. The solution: Place the overflow smack-dab in the middle of District neighborhoods.
Keeping cozy in during the winter often feels like a tough trade-off in D.C.: pay a boatload for heating drafty apartments and rowhouses or be a budget scrooge and freeze. Here's a look at how local renters are staying warm on the cheap.
We visited the line for the Concert for Valor this morning and asked some brave souls how they prepared for a very long day.
Under the Tomb of the Unknowns at Arlington National Cemetery there’s a room few civilians get to see. Tucked away near the bathrooms is a plain door with a doorbell, and behind it lies Tomb Quarters, home of the Sentinels, who guard the Tomb 24/7.
When the ridesharing app posted a local promotion for 15-minute snuggles with a kitten, we jumped at the opportunity — and were apparently the first in the area to receive the honor.
Everyone has had a good time at the 17th Street High Heel Race since the tradition began back in 1986. But no one knew exactly how good a time until last year.
Thirty-eight startups gave their very best elevator pitches at the D.C. Challenge Cup last week. They'll be back in D.C. in May for the Global Finals.