Return of Whole Foods: It’s Complicated

It all started last March with the ubiquitous D.C. rats. To date, no one can or will say when — or even if — the Glover Park store will reopen. 

Fats Domino, Who Survived Katrina, Dies at 89

For people who grew up (or not) at the dawn of rock and roll, the news that Fats Domino — one of the genre's creators and legends — had died was sad and not a little devastating. 

Immigration Agency Stepping Up Employer Sanctions

Thomas Homan, the new acting director of Immigration and Customs Enforcement, announced that he would be placing a new emphasis on sanctioning employers who knowingly employ workers without legal work permits.

Philip Levy, Owner of Bridge Street Books, Dies

A memorial service was held 11 a.m., Monday, Oct. 16, at Washington Hebrew Congregation.

The Wharf Is Launched

Developers Monty Hoffman of PN Hoffman and Amer Hammour of Madison Marquette and Council member Charles Allen, among others, had devoted the past 10 years to creating the new Southwest D.C. neighborhood.

The Las Vegas Shooting: An American Nightmare

There were countless reported acts of heroism Oct. 1 — people throwing themselves on others to protect them, others applying bandages and pressure to bleeding wounds.

Dem Women: From Resistance to Organizing

On Sept. 19, the Woman's National Democratic Club premiered the newest film by filmmaker Lilly Rivlin, “Heather Booth: Changing the World,” with Booth herself on hand.

Footlocker Kills Deal for Georgetown Theater

Owner and renovator of the old theater property, Robert Bell is bittersweet about the deal's collapse, hoping for a better tenant — or to sell.

Nobu Opens Sept. 12 at 25th & M

Tomorrow's the day to check out D.C.'s Nobu, the chic Japanese-Peruvian restaurant quite a few Georgetowners have been waiting for.

Berkshire Hathaway Affiliate Buys Long & Foster

The transaction positions HomeServices to become the nation’s leading home ownership services provider.