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The abandoned buildings of St. Elizabeths capture the development — and dismantling — of America's mental health care system, according to a new exhibit at the National Building Museum.


The month of February in restaurant openings and closings

From a Cuban cafe to French crepes and Korean barbecue, February saw a diverse array of restaurant debuts.

Federalist Pig serves some of the finest barbecue in Washington

$20 DINER | At this new Adams Morgan joint, the meats and sides sell out nightly.

A guide to eating and drinking in Petworth

The Northwest neighborhood has seen a boom of new dining options.

Ebony’s fair, which toured the nation from 1958 to 2009, brought the latest in contemporary fashion to black communities.

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Isabella's latest debut, a Spanish and Moroccan restaurant at the Marriott Marquis Washington, adds to the chef's diverse portfolio of cuisines.

A fixture in Ballston for more than two decades, the automotive-themed pool hall and sports bar is moving to Fairfax this summer.

Catch Sneaks at the Rock and Roll Hotel, check out Artomatic in Crystal City and celebrate Maryland Day with free tours of historic sites.

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Mason Dixie Biscuit Co.'s new drive-through will be a big step up from its small Union Market stand.

Celebrate St. Patrick's Day, sample food from upcoming restaurants and laugh it up with a famously funny guy.

Our guide to the area's top sports bars covers all the essentials, from giant screens to outstanding wings.

Chef Nathan Anda and team have created a joint that uses only Virginia beef.

The artist also known as Eva Moolchan brings her new songs to Rock & Roll Hotel.

Opening Monday, Mirabelle will serve French-American cooking, including a French-onion-soup variation on the chef's celebrated cheeseburger.

Many cast members from"Three Sisters," running right downstairs, hustle upstairs for their scenes in "No Sisters."

On a visit to the Anacostia Community Museum, I learned a lot about D.C.'s recent past and the people living here today.

Specialty shop, open nearly 50 years, has it all, from teas to T-shirts

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