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He became mayor in a landslide. Now this phenom wants to nab the big prize: a grocery store.
In the pre-Internet era, Fashion Week was just about the clothes.
A couple needed to get married quickly in the District. Easier than getting a driver’s license.
The Luxury Issue
Relish’s Nancy Pearlstein knows what D.C. women want — even if they do not.
The capital’s new social elite doesn’t necessarily hold office or weld political influence.
A complex that caters to one-percenters is a model for other cities. But should it be?
A haute brunch, a class at the Inn at Little Washington and a vegan tasting menu you won’t soon forget.
A $950 ounce of cognac, how to buy a fur, the best luxury watches of 2016 and a shop that can help you find something for everyone.
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