It’s the end of the line for Washington Post Express
A farewell note from Executive Editor Dan Caccavaro.
Attention tourists: Don’t get confused about D.C.’s various African American history museums
Even if you didn't mean to wind up at the African American Civil War Museum, there's plenty to read up on while you're there.
15 times ‘Express,’ D.C.'s commuter paper, got sports completely right
Express published its final edition Thursday morning.
Saxophonist Elijah Jamal Balbed would spend his dream day exploring D.C.'s music scene
The prolific D.C. musician played with Chuck Brown before the Godfather of Go-Go's death in 2012.
The last column: Some final notes on D.C.-area sports
Washington Post Express' last issue is Sept. 12, 2019.
What running for office can teach you about running your life
Kate Black and June Diane Raphael wrote a how-to guide for women running for office. Here are five tips that anyone can put into practice today.
Heidi Schreck turns the page as ‘What the Constitution Means to Me’ comes to Kennedy Center
The Tony-nominated show moves from Broadway to the nation's capital, having nearly played at Woolly Mammoth Theatre earlier this year.
Trending: TIFF really was full of surprises — ‘The Goldfinch’ is terrible and The Weeknd is having an identity crisis.
Plus, in a shocking turn of events, Trump and Bolton can't agree on how to describe the latter's departure.
My longtime partner won’t stop telling everyone our personal business
Plus, Dr. Andrea helps a reader who sees troubling behavior standing in the way of a new friendship.
The host of ‘Wait Wait ... Don’t Tell Me!' got mad at a Metro station manager. Now he just wants to say sorry.
After some time to reflect, Peter Sagal recognized that his rant over being 25 cents short stemmed from his own privilege.
Steal This Job: A wine director who sources from around the world
Maria Bastasch, wine director at Compass Rose and Maydan, shares her approach to showcasing wines from underrepresented parts of the world.
Is getting an MBA worth the leap?
The business master's degree makes sense for people aiming for administrative or management positions, but might not be useful for people with more specialized goals.
College football’s lack of polish is exactly why it’s so much fun
Here's what to watch for maximum enjoyment in Week 1.
‘Ghosted’ is nearly dead on arrival, but the MTV series earns a second chance
The new reality series, co-hosted by Travis Mills and Rachel Lindsay, investigates why people abruptly disconnect.
NFL Week 1 preview: Lockett, Singletary and Jackson could be in for big games
Express’ weekly breakdown about what to watch around the NFL
As D.C.'s late-night workers struggle with Metro hours, Minnesota businesses paying for transit suggest a solution
Minneapolis' Metropolitan Council subsidizes transit to and from work and home for those working the night shift at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport.
8 numbers that could get the Redskins to the playoffs
If the Redskins reach these eight realistically attainable goals, they will prove all the doubters wrong and punch their ticket to the playoffs
‘Official Secrets’ sheds light on the story of U.K. whistleblower Katharine Gun
The ex-spy hopes her experience, depicted in Gavin Hood's new film, inspires people to speak up.
Redskins could surprise us in Week 1 against the Eagles
There have been plenty of bad Redskins teams the past few decades, but this isn’t one of them.