July 14th, 2010 Issue

Trip to the 'Hawaiian' Beach at Twilight Polo

Trip to the 'Hawaiian' Beach at Twilight Polo

At Twilight Polo events at Great Meadow, fans get more than just exciting sports matches. Attendees can expect theme nights, a mascot for kids and the option to tailgate.

The Good Gray Poet

The Good Gray Poet

America's favorite belletrist — no, not Bob Dylan — was both horrified and inspired by his tenure as a nurse in Washington's Civil War hospitals.

The Purgatorial Restoration of the City’s Flagship AME Church

The Purgatorial Restoration of the City’s Flagship AME Church

The Metropolitan AME Church not only been a major center of worship, but also an institution in the forefront of the civic, cultural, and intellectual life of African Americans. It deserves better treatment.

What’s Happened to Sports?

What’s Happened to Sports?

With the rise of the free agency system, the breaking up of team cohesion has become the norm and player loyalties have been tested. Things used to be much better.

Turn up that ‘Stat, Stat!

Turn up that ‘Stat, Stat!

For D.C. residents wilting in 90-plus-degree days, stepping out of the heat can be a welcome relief. But chilly stores and restaurants are bringing winter back.

Hugh and Simon Jacobsen, Architects

Hugh and Simon Jacobsen, Architects

Few Washingtonians need introduction to Jacobsen Architecture, the Georgetown firm behind some of the snazziest edifices in Washington and the world.

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