Barbara Bear estimates she’s seen 5,000 shows in D.C. since moving here in 1961. That's one reason DC Theatre Scene gave her its 2014 Gary Lee Maker Audience Award.
Get ready for a new party obsession: Cards Against Urbanity, a version of the game Cards Against Humanity written by six urban planning nerds.
Master's programs in security studies, a field that covers threats to national security like terrorism, weapons proliferation and international crime, train students for agency jobs and other employment.
Georgetown’s Nurse-Midwifery/Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner program, the only nurse-midwife program based in the D.C. area, transitioned three years ago to online classes.
Bubble soccer is indoor soccer with one major difference: Players run around wearing giant, inflated “bubbles” that look like see-through beach balls.
Hundreds streamed into D.C.’s Meridian Hill Park to remember Michael Brown; liquor delivery apps got approved and WMATA's map had wormholes.
Celebrity chef David Chang plans to open a D.C. outpost of his New York-based Momofuku restaurant group in 2015. But what if he doesn't come through?
Well before Faith Dane was a nine-time D.C. mayoral candidate, she starred in the 1959 Broadway show and 1962 movie “Gypsy” as Mazeppa, a horn-playing stripper.
With the opening of Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority’s Silver Line, a new swath of apartment buildings have suddenly become Metro-accessible. Here’s a roundup of some new and upcoming apartments near the Silver Line.
Some apartment developers are striving to make their buildings feel less densely urban and more landscaped and light-filled. These green spaces come with an added perk for residents: more room to socialize.