A go-go blowout sends Chuck Brown home
Thousands attended Chuck Brown’s funeral. But if anyone wanted to shed a tear for Chuck they needed to squeeze it in between dance sessions — the funeral was a party.
Remembering Chuck Brown, creator of go-go music
The Washington Post’s Chris Richards remembers Chuck Brown. Richards highlights the 75-year-old musician’s devotion to D.C., early years in prison where he is said to have learned music, and how Brown created the go-go sound.
Bill Clinton, Elie Wiesel mark Holocaust Museum’s 20 years
"The historic suffering and slaughter of the holocaust reflects a human disease that takes different forms--the idea that our differences are more important than our common humanity," said former President Bill Clinton, marking the U.S. Holocaust Museum's twentieth anniversary.
A sprawling Range
Rustic pizzas, raspberry thyme bon-bons, and local brews whirl around Bryan Voltaggio’s bustling 295-seat restaurant in Friendship Heights.
D.C. athletes wish you a happy Valentine’s Day
Washington Wizards and Capitals players say happy Valentine’s Day, each in their native language. Athletes include Alex Ovechkin, Tomas Kundratek, Jan Vesely, Michal Neuvirth, Kevin Seraphin, Marcus Johansson and Karl Alzner.
A pillow fight on the National Mall
A pillow fight broke out on the National Mall as part of Pillow Fight Day, an effort by the Urban Playground Movement to energize public spaces.
Zero Peep Thirty
An iconic moment in history, recreated for the film “Zero Dark Thirty,” is now recreated in Peeps.
The Winner: Twinkie: Rest in Peeps
After Hostess Brands declared bankruptcy last year, people across the country mourned the loss of their beloved Twinkie, and the Peeps were no different.
This Peeps diorama took the partisan bickering in Congress and the State of the Union and turned it into “Despeepable Congress.”