Richard Selden

The Laurel Highlands: Close Encounters of the Wright Kind

The semi-rural area, roughly 50 miles southeast of Pittsburgh, is a convenient and relatively undiscovered destination for getaways from D.C.

Fallingwater, Duncan House and Kentuck Knob

Three Frank Lloyd Wright houses are open to the public in Pennsylvania's Laurel Highlands.

Welcome, Delegates!

Some tips for folks heading to Cleveland next week or Philly the following.

Here Comes the Fringe...

The Capital Fringe Festival runs from July 7 to 31 at multiple venues.

Dumbarton House to Close for Renovations

During the six-month closure, starting Oct. 23, the Federal-period museum's climate-control system will be replaced.

D.C. Public Schools Chancellor to Leave in September

In a joint announcement on June 29, two days before Kaya Henderson's 46th birthday, she and Mayor Muriel Bowser ...

Portrait Gallery Adds Babe Ruth to the Lineup

A household name nearly 70 years after his death, the Bambino is the first sports star in the "One Life" series.

Happy 200th Birthday, Tudor Place

Tudor Place — at 1644 31st Street with its magnificent south lawn rolling down to Q Street — marks its time with ...

Baroque and Choral Music Specialist J. Reilly Lewis Has Died

The Juilliard grad led the Cathedral Choral Society and Washington Bach Consort, which he founded, until his death.

Shots Fired at Georgetown Waterfront, Suspect Arrested

Some panic, but there were no injuries after a man allegedly tries to resolve a dispute with a gun near the Swedish Embassy.

S&R Foundation Taps Septime Webre

The Washington Ballet's artistic director for 17 years, Webre is heading to Georgetown.

Year of SafeTrack, and Cutbacks, for Metro

Late weekend hours, and more, will be sacrificed as the rail system deals with deferred maintenance.

'High Art | Low Art' on Book Hill

Unlikely colleagues, artists David Richardson and Ari Post are sharing a pop-up gallery space in Georgetown.

Kevin Plank Launches Rye in Time for Preakness

With Sagamore Spirit, made with limestone-filtered springwater from his horse-breeding farm, the Under Armour founder is bringing back a Maryland tradition.

Streetcars May Return to Georgetown in a Decade, Give or Take

The push for dedicated lanes, boosting speed, ridership and safety, resulted in an option with hardly any traffic mixing.

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