10 hrs ago
The George Towner
Get Ready for Easter Celebrations
A time of year in Washington unlike any other, Easter Sunday is upon us. With the cherry blossoms past full bloom and the sound of birds chirping, the stage is set.
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15 hrs ago
A famous Mobilian you should know: Yolande Betbetze Fox, an outspoken beauty queen
She grew up a serious student and singer in Mobile and became a groundbreaking Miss America 1951.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
The Huffington Post
The Superhero/'70s Political Paranoia Thriller Mash-Up: The Russo...
From their resumes, Joe and Anthony Russo seem about as unlikely candidates for directing a big-budget superhero movie as pre-transformation weakling Steve Rogers was to become super-soldier Captain America back in WWII.
Pedestrian-Bicycle Footbridge Needed at Traffic-Gridlocked Key Bridge
Heading to Washington, D.C. over the Francis Scott Key Bridge can be a daunting task during rush hour, for motorists and pedestrians alike.
The Washington Post
Fashion trucks roll out across the Washington region
Most women have an understandable aversion to getting into unfamiliar vehicles. Which explains why Donna Hundley has watched as people circle her business - once, twice, three times - as they decide whether to stop and step inside.
The FBI Thinks It Can Pass Off Downtown D.C. as Shanghai
If you're a movie director, low on cash, in need of a nightlife shot in Shanghai, but can't fly to China, there is a solution: Just film in D.C.'s Chinatown.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Jeffrey S. Evans auction of Palmer Collection shows strength of southern decorative arts market
In a 714-lot, nine-hour marathon session, Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates sold the entire Americana collection of the late John and Lil Palmer of Purcellville Virginia to a standing-room only crowd on April 5. The Palmers were tragically killed in a single-car accident last July.
Standout students in the southeast Louisiana area
Along the way to Wednesday's competition for Louisiana Student of the Year, Patrick Flanigan has amassed a rA©sumA© that reads that like a "what's what" of civic and government opportunities available to teenagers.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
The Real Deal
The Williams-Addison house at 1645 31st St. in Washington, D.C.
The Williams-Addison house at 1645 31st St. NW in Washington, D.C. sold for $16.1 million, making it the highest price paid for a home in the District since 2010 despite being sold for less than the asking price.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Where Sebelius Celebrated -- Sylvia Mathews Burwell heads for solid...
SPOTTED, dining with one-on-one Valerie Jarrett last night at the Blue Duck Tavern in Georgetown: HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, celebrating five years and 7.5 million insured.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Premier Financial Bancorp, A Community Bank To Watch Going Forward
The first signs are there that bank lending is rising again , a shift that could bode well for the economy in general.
District Line Daily: Best of D.C. 2014
A morning roundup of news, opinion, and links from Washington City Paper and around the District.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Universities Breaking Distance Barriers with Fuze Video Collaboration
Hearing impaired students in disparate locations learning together through a rich visual experience.
London Collaboration Between Frank Gehry Partners and Foster + Partners Revealed
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Mon Apr 07, 2014
The George Towner
Quality Hill-Worthington House on Prospect Street for Sale at $11 Million
One of the most historic houses in Georgetown and Washington, D.C., is on the market, after it was sold 10 years ago by Sen. Clairborne Pell and his wife Nuala to Ralph and Barbara Taylor.
Sun Apr 06, 2014
Washington DC up close: The top 5 sightseeing tours to experience and enjoy
Washington DC is one of the most visited and most buzzing of American cities. There is so much to see and do.
Fri Apr 04, 2014
Pandora Opens Two New Concept Stores
Pandora Jewelry opened two concept stores, one in the Baltimore and another in Washington, D.C., to serve visitors and communities at the Baltimore Washington International Airport and the Georgetown shopping areas.
In mice, obese dads produce heavier daughters with epigenetically altered breast tissue
Obese male mice and normal weight female mice produce female pups that are overweight at birth and in childhood, and have increased number of "terminal end buds" in their breast tissue - the site where cancer often develops in rodents.
Dallas Morning News
Robberson: I-345 demolition idea spells disaster for southern Dallas commuters
In a perfect world, we would all live closer to where we work, and we'd all have convenient access to public transportation.
The Washington Post
Muma s the word: Richard Branson surprises his mom at D.C. book signing
Globe-trotting British billionaire Richard Branson and his wife, Joan, landed in Washington, D.C. on Thursday for an important mission.