Samantha Hungerford

20 Years of CORE Building the Cornerstones of Georgetown

For the team at CORE Architecture and Design, their story of success began with Dean & Deluca.

Twenty years ago, the ...

D.C. Ranks 22 in FBI’s Most Dangerous Cities List

Washington, D.C. was ranked 22 among the top 25 most dangerous cities in the U.S., according to 2010 data released by the FBI, an improvement since 2009 when it ranked 16.

KALKSTEIN’S CONTEMPORARIA

Deborah Kalkstein, with her dark hair and eyes, looks just as sleek as her modern, designer furniture, architecture and home ...

Joseph E. Robert Jr. 1952-2011

Joseph E. Robert Jr., one of D.C.’s most well-known financiers and creator of “Fight Night,” died yesterday of glioblastoma, a form of brain cancer, which he battled for three years. He was 59.

Georgetown: Every Detail of Holiday Retail

When it comes to a body of style, nothing beats Georgetown’s retail district. From clothing and apparel, to jewelry ...

Continuing Education

In D.C., it seems that no one can hold just one occupation. Slashes abound in everyone’s job titles ...

Protesters Occupy Georgetown

Chants of “Whose streets? Our Streets!” and “We are the 99 percent!” reverberated off buildings and bricks along M Street this afternoon as Occupy D.C. protesters made their way to and across the Key Bridge.

Halloween Shooting Victim Dies

The 17-year-old boy who was shot on M Street Halloween night died today after eight days spent in critical condition. The teenager is the first fatality among the six victims that were shot that night in five separate incidents throughout D.C.

Oh Shucks: Best Oyster Bars and Festivals

For true Washingtonians, oysters are more than just a seasonal treat—they’re in your blood. Chesapeake Bay oysters have ...

Talkin’ ‘bout my Generation

Hope Solomon, Karen Ohri, and Samantha Hays take on the family trade.

Beloved Environmental and Political Leader Dies

Wangari Maathai, founder of the Green Belt Movement which inspired the planting of over 11 million trees, died Sunday at 71.

Helen Hayes Awards Adopts New Name

The Helen Hayes Awards will continue on as theatreWashington, an organization with the same mission as the Awards but with a broader focus.

Warm, Hearty and Healthy: a Fall recipe for you and yours

The first signs of fall are blustering in to the District—the sudden temperature drop, overcast skies, the cold nights ...

C&O Canal Makes Emergency Flood Preparations

The Trust is preparing for the worst and calling for volunteers.

Outerbridge Horsey: An Architect of Georgetown

The name Outerbridge Horsey sounds more like an honorific title than the personal name of a tall, red-headed Georgetown resident ...

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