Candidate/Mayor Vince Gray on 2010 Campaign: "I've Said What I've Said"
A day after announcing plans to run for re-election , a testy Mayor Vince Gray repeatedly refused to answer any questions about his scandal-plagued 2010 campaign at a press briefing this morning, or even to point to specific policy accomplishments of his administration.
Naples Daily News
Local Boys & Girls clubs to receive Radel salary while he rehabs
DAVID ALBERS/STAFF - U.S. Rep. Trey Radel, left, sits in a smoking section behind a Hazelden addiction treatment facility on Tuesday, Nov. 26, 2013, in Naples.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
A Tiny House Grows in Washington, D.C.
Is building a house that's no more than 200 square feet the answer to the crisis of affordable housing? A band of D.C. residents thinks so.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
The Washington Post
House of the Week | Shaw townhouse for $1.675M
Sean Ruppert, who grew up on a horse farm in Baltimore County and was an accomplished equestrian in high school and college, has never quite left behind his affinity for horses and barns.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
DC Catholics help bring Thanksgiving dinner to the hungry
Washington D.C., Nov 28, 2013 / 06:22 am .- Catholics in the nation's capital are opening their hearts and kitchens to the poor, hungry and homeless in their neighborhoods for Thanksgiving this year.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
All About Jazz
AWARD/GRANT: Arturo Sandoval: Medal of Freedom Wednesday; Latin Grammy on Thursday
Presidential Medal of Freedom Honoree Arturo Sandoval Wins Latin Grammy for Best Traditional Tropical Album LOS ANGELES, CA - Just one day after President Barack Obama placed the Presidential Medal of Freedom around Arturo Sandoval's neck at the White House on November 20, the jazz trumpeter received a Latin Grammy for the Best Traditional Tropical ... (more)
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Washington: Marriott Will Open DC's Biggest Hotel on May 1st
As hyped as we are for new Trump International Old Post Office Hotel , we have more imminent DC hotel news to get excited about.
Sun Nov 24, 2013
The Washington Post
A former honor guard recalls duty at the Eternal Flame
Earlier, about 6 a.m., Broadus was asked which family member he wanted to escort to the grave.
Sat Nov 23, 2013
Jay's Giants Blog
A much needed and very good thing is taking place in conjunction with the sesquicentennial of the Civil War.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
the Week Ahead, Nov. 23-29: No Man's Land and Waiting for Godot Open, ...
Playbill.com's weekly planner reminds you that Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen do double duty... the Phantom hits the road it's the annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade!... and Barbra's back in Brooklyn.
Health-insurance "assisters" comb D.C. to educate, sell
Hard as it might be to believe for those who've been pushing, pulling or just writing about the Affordable Care Act for years, not everybody has been following it, even within a couple of miles of Capitol Hill.
New York Magazine
The Strange Saga of JFK and the Original 'Dr. Feelgood'
Of all the reasons to remember John F. Kennedy on the 50th anniversary of his death, here's one that neither his fans nor his detractors appreciate fully enough, because it was so secret for so long: The man was a pharmaceutical miracle, with his own speed connection on the Upper East Side.
The Washington Post
Washington's cold rush: Are people dining alfresco in 40-degree weather hardy or crazy?
Friends Kyle Fullmer, of Arlington, Va., left obscured, Ronald Copeland, of Waldorf, Md., second left, and Britney Frederick, of Hyattsville, Md., right, enjoy drinks and conversation under heaters on the patio at BarCode on Nov. 14 in Washington.
The Greenburgh Daily Voice
Greenburgh's Miss Black New York Diana Sainvil In Perfect Balance
Greenburgh's Diana Sainvil, the reigning Miss Black New York 2014, is proving that beauty, brains, athleticism and grace are the fruits of hard work, family support and a passion for every aspect of her life.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
DC's Most Unique New Home Project Opens to Rave Reviews
Those alleyways have transformed over the years in many ways. Some were rebuilt into homes decades ago.
Wed Nov 20, 2013
Connor Shaw Students Honor American Veterans
CONNOR SHAW STUDENTS recently held their annual Penny Wars fundraiser to earn money to help send a WWII veteran on an Honor Flight to Washington, D.C. --photo submitted Fifth graders at Connor Shaw Center in Peotone held their annual Penny Wars to raise money for Honor Flight Chicago.
Oakton highlights Rumbula massacre, Nazis in fiction
Jewish Studies at Oakton is making two free presentations that shed light on the massacre of Jews in the Baltics and the use of Nazi figures in literature at the college's Skokie campus, 7701 N. Lincoln Ave. "Rumbula's Echo: An Incredible Story of Holocaust Survival" at 11 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 21, , traces the two-day massacre of more than a third ... (more)