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Countryside Real Estate Roundup

Right now is an incredible confluence of events in the real estate world. Prices of homes seem to have bottomed ...

Georgetown Art Walk

Unique things are happening in Georgetown’s gallery community. From microscopic sculptures, to affordable contemporary art sales, to themed shows ...

The Eastern Market Experience

Eastern Market, among many other apt definitions and descriptions, is a cultural hub for the city and surrounding area.

BELLOWS AND MIRÓ: Painting the Cultural Fabric

Within the stone walls of the National Gallery of Art, the calm, quiet rooms are always cool and astonishingly breezy ...

Riding To Buy Fresh

In 2007, the Southern Maryland Agricultural Development Commission started the Buy Local Challenge (BLC) to highlight the economic and environmental ...

Beat the Heat with Boats and Beaches

For the past few weeks, being out in the sun has been downright masochistic. Stepping outside, the pelting heat was ...

City Center Gallery Walk

The American cultural anthropologist Margaret Mead was a keen observer of the riches of modern city life. She spoke of ...

Richard Diebenkorn: Everything All At Once

Through the end of September, the Corcoran Gallery of Art is hosting “Richard Diebenkorn: The Ocean Park Series,” a retrospective of the artist’s landmark series made between 1967 and 1988, which marks the first major museum exhibition focused on these luminous, grid-like paintings.

Delicious Defined

How would you define delicious? Perhaps the most ubiquitous word in the English language to denote appreciation of the culinary spectrum, delicious signifies our love for everything from a single exquisite bite to the grand flavors of a cultural heritage. From lemongrass to lemon ice, if it makes our tongues jump, “Delicious!” seems to say it all.

Resorts, a Day Away

Washington is within reach of a handful of national resort destinations—many of which have garnered international recognition. From the ...

Beyond the Blooming Sculpture Gardens

the Hirshhorn isn’t lacking for new outdoor installations, and neither is the National Museum of Women in the Arts. And now is just the right time of year to be outside and experience them.

Taste, Tour and Explore the Eastern Shore

With summer upon us, many District dwellers will participate in their annual early summer excursions. On long weekends—such as ...

Renegade DC

Picture the statues of soldiers at the Korean War Memorial. Nineteen stainless steel troops, each one a modest giant over ...

Mount Fuji’s Fleeting Immortality

The works of Japanese artist Katsushika Hokusai have matured into icons of world art, most famously his woodblock prints of Mount Fuji. Through June 17 2012, the Sackler Gallery is exhibiting the full collection these original prints, showcasing the intricate beauty, intimacy and grandiosity of these masterworks.

The Grapes of Jefferson’s Dreams

When he planted a vineyard at his home in Monticello some 200 years ago, it was Thomas Jefferson’s dream that vineyards and wines from his native state would one day stand with the great wines of the Old World. In the 21st century his dream has become reality. Virginia wine country is now an international libation destination.

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