History Made at Citi Open Tennis: Kyrgios Wins Both Titles
The Citi Open Tennis tournament ended up Sunday as history-making, when Nick Kyrgios from Australia — for the first time in the tournament’s 53-year history — won both the male […]
‘Rich Soil’: A Must-See at Hillwood Gardens
Looking for a splendid and thought-provoking outdoor sculpture walk in the nation’s capital during these cabin fever times? Through Jan. 9, the Hillwood Estate, Museum and Gardens’ “Rich Soil” exhibit […]
Recalling ‘Stylish Deer’ Story Always Brings a Holiday Shopping Laugh
‘Tis the season. Hustling from crowded shop to shop, frantically searching clothes racks for hard-to-find price tags, scanning rummaged retail aisles while surrounded by jostling holiday shoppers — it can […]
Homeless Camp Cleared at Entrance to Georgetown
On Friday, Sept. 10, the camp that grew over the last year between Rock Creek and 28th Street, between Pennsylvania Avenue and M Street, on federal property was cleared by […]
Weekly Arts Round Up, September 24, 2020
Joining the list of reopened Smithsonian museums tomorrow: the National Museum of American History and the National Museum of the American Indian.
2019 Citi Open Breaks All Records
Citi presented a $50,000 check to the Washington Tennis & Education Foundation from funds raised on the grounds during this year’s tournament.
Profs & Pints: Understanding Urban Trees
Profs and Pints presents: “Understanding Urban Trees,” with Jessica Sanders, director of science and policy at Casey Trees and adjunct instructor in forest ecology at the University of Maryland. Trees […]
Body Found Near P Street Bridge
Police say there are no apparent signs of foul play and that the cause of death is unknown.