The comedian cut the ribbon at the Virginia opening of the legendary half-smoke depot.
Krist Novoselic opens Republic’s live music lineup.
Sasquatch emerges from the snow in Dupont Circle.
Owner Kera Carpenter has replaced Baltika with a drink inspired by a Ukrainian political movement.
WSC production is serendipitously timed to Facebook announcement of new ways for users to define gender.
Previously unseen images by a photographer who found ambiguous beauty in postwar America.
The takeout lunch spot serves cutely packaged bento boxes and wraps.
The Mardi Gras cake with a plastic baby figurine can be found at several area restaurants and bakeries.
She joins a long list of local chefs who have appeared on TV.
The “Top Chef” vet opens a restaurant within a restaurant in Chevy Chase.
You CAN get a day of reservation. (But you might be better off cooking at home, instead.)
The Belgian kitchen will be open until 1 a.m. on weekends.
If you plan ahead, you’ll be able to enjoy your turn on the wait list at these restaurants.
No-reservations dining in D.C. doesn’t have to be daunting.
Grab a disc (if you still can) and head for one of these sledding hills.
Winter: I give up.
The Rhode Island Row restaurant is the third from restaurateur Lance London.
More breakfast tacos can only be a good thing.
Try French toast in appetizer and dessert form.
The team behind Ripple has dramatically transformed the former Reef space.
Maura Judkis covers culture, food, and the arts for the Weekend section and Going Out Guide. She has also written for U.S. News & World Report, TBD.com, ARTnews, the Washington City Paper and the Onion A.V. Club. If you see her out and about – at restaurants, museums, theaters, or Meridian Hill Park with her two dogs – say hi.