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Tom Wellings and Camila Arango are raising funds for their first storefront.

Filmmaker Alex Gibney's documentary depicts Steve Jobs as an artist and flawed human being.

The Philadelphia quintet rolls into DC9 on Thursday.

The highly anticipated restaurant from Nick Pimentel and Genevieve Villamora will open tonight at 5:30 in Columbia Heights.

The copycat restaurant's burgers are "pretty bang on the money" close to In-N-Out.

Enjoy a free Shakespeare play, cheer for the first college football games of the season, dance with Ruby Rose at Echostage and meet your favorite author at the National Book Festival.

The arts center’s front plaza has been turned into a temporary skate park for the “Finding a Line” festival.

The food truck's first brick-and-mortar location opened this summer in Shaw.

Find some peace and quiet in these five secluded spots in the District.

Luca Trabocchi, son of restaurateurs Maria and Fabio, will be out of commission for the next month or so.

The chef's first restaurant outside Louisville will launch with dinner service only.

2 stars | Taberna del Alabardero vet Josu Zubikarai is changing with the times in Ballston.

One of the summer's busiest days comes right at the end: a dozen events include festivals, concerts and a local state fair.

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