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Of Mercer, a women’s workwear line targeted at young professionals, is opening a pop-up shop in Georgetown for the month of May. A grand opening celebration at 3035 M St. NW on May 4 featured music, cocktails and hors d’oeuvres....
Bread Furst owner Mark Furstenberg was the only D.C. chef to earn a competitive 2017 James Beard Foundation Award, a nationwide honor for outstanding food service, at a dinner ceremony Monday night in Chicago. He beat out bakers from New...
Few things are as pretty as an English garden. The home at 2244 Cathedral Ave. NW is blessed with not only a lovely profusion of plants straight out of an English garden, but also a view of Rock Creek...
Fifteen years ago, Rukhsana Rafiq opened her first restaurant, Maiwand, with her entrepreneurial brother-in-law in Columbia, Md. Then she opened another one with her brother Farid Mohmand in Burtonsville, Md. Today, Rafiq owns five Maiwand Kabob locations in Maryland...
WETA TV will present “Neighborhood Eats” at 8:30 p.m. Friday, May 5, showing off “culinary highlights” of Dupont Circle, Georgetown, Capitol Hill and Anacostia, according to a release. In Dupont, the 30-minute show will look at Hank’s Oyster Bar, DGS...
The fast-casual sushi restaurant Yobi — currently known as RollsByU at its locations in Arlington and Foggy Bottom — will open in Tenleytown next month, co-owner Nesrin Abaza told The Current this week. The eatery, which offers sushi rolls and...
The “Spring Days of Design” will take place in Georgetown from Thursday, May 4, through Saturday, May 6, featuring events like new collection launches, trunk shows and design consultations, in addition to special discounts. Hosting the three-day celebration is the...
In 1875, Ulysses Grant was living at the White House, the notorious Boss Tweed had escaped his doleful New York prison cell for more hospitable climes in Cuba and Spain, and America’s one-percenters were building baronial manors inspired by...
Nearly 20 years ago, Volvo eschewed its famously boxy styling in favor of sleeker designs. Leading the way was the Swedish brand’s flagship model, and Volvo changed its name from S90 to S80 for the occasion. Now, with the S80...
Volkswagen has largely missed the booming demand for crossovers in the U.S. While most automakers have offered a seven-passenger SUV-looking car for years, VW instead chased smaller niches with the luxury five-seat Touareg and the upscale compact Tiguan. But now,...

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