In Old Town Alexandria, cobblestone streets and traditions dating back to the 1700s meet up with modern-day conveniences.
A tailor adjusts your clothes to fit you just right; Jeff Palmer does the same with bikes.
Aaralyn Liese prefers city life in a bustling high-rise to a quiet house in the suburbs. And she’s raising her daughter Athena Mills, 5, to feel the same way. While many families go the traditional house-with-a-white-picket-fence route, others are opting for apartments in a concrete jungle.
Imagine a world where real estate agents give house hunters money to purchase new homes. It may seem like the stuff of unicorns and elves, but it actually happens every day. Kate Debelack, 40, and her husband, Ed Poe, 42, purchased a Petworth rowhouse in July. They used an agent from Redfin, a website that […]
Tucked away inside a LeDroit Park city block stands a two-story building, circa 1890, that originally housed firemen up top and their horses and carriages below. The building is the lone structure in the interior of the block, surrounded by rowhouses on all four sides. The only way to get to it is through a […]
Sick of swimming pools? Try a much bigger body of water: the Potomac River. The Concept “It’s a different element to not have anything around you, to be completely engulfed in nature,” says Denis Crean, who has been racing in oceans, rivers and lakes for the past 15 years. He was frustrated that there were […]
Robert Ludlow, 28, can make the sun rise, sprinkle it with dew, cover it with choc’late and a miracle or two. He can because he’s a candy man, well, more specifically, a chocolate man.