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In Colonial Village, history is everywhere. This charming enclave, located at the northernmost tip of the city, features some of the finest examples of American Colonial architecture, inspired in part by Colonial Williamsburg. With grand homes, large landscaped lots and...
By some definitions, Subaru's most popular compact car isn't actually a car. That best-seller is the Crosstrek — essentially an all-wheel-drive hatchback with some off-road-focused styling details and an elevated ground clearance. Subaru calls the Crosstrek a crossover, marketing it...
At this time of year, one of the loveliest words in the English language has to be “poolside” and the red brick Tudor at 2916 32 St NW certainly fits the bill. It boasts not only a large pool (40 x...
The Massage Envy chain opened its first D.C. franchise location last month in Tenleytown, in a 3,000-square-foot space at 4926 Wisconsin Ave. NW. The Arizona-based franchise network is the largest employer of massage therapists and estheticians in the U.S., with...
When SUVs were first becoming part of the mainstream automotive marketplace, buyers loved their tough, heavy-duty image. The first crossovers offered the same truck-like looks, but were derived from popular passenger cars to offer superior on-road drivability and comfort. Today's...
Childhood homes play an outsized role in our memories. Every room tells a story; every detail recalls an emotion. The grand neo-classical at 3212 Garfield St. NW is full of design elements that would enchant adults and children alike -...
Modern-American restaurant City Tap House is slated to open a second D.C. location on Monday at 1250 Connecticut Ave. NW. The 180-seat gastropub includes orange leather accents, wood paneling and a 360-degree bar, according to a news release. New menu...
An automaker's flagship luxury sedan offers more than just some extra legroom. Especially when it's newly released, it's a showcase of the best qualities and amenities the brand can offer. It's a big four-door that illustrates what the company's...
With its tight parking options, narrow alleys and shortage of unpaved roads, the District has been largely immune to the appeal of full-size pickup trucks. But outside of crowded cities, these vehicles command significant appeal — and, for many...
By: Davis Kennedy Roots, a Canadian casual men’s, women’s and children’s clothing store, opened on M Street in Georgetown on Thursday.  The 3,200-square-foot location at 3259 M St. is the organization’s seventh store in the U.S. It has 116 stores in...

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