Accolades and tributes abounded for community supporters, sports figures and political leaders, including Mayor Muriel Bowser, publicist Raymone Bain and NBA star Isiah Thomas.
Young and old descended on the District on Saturday to pay homage to the newly crowned champions of Major League Baseball.
Here in Washington, Wednesday's game, we’re pretty sure, enveloped and drowned out the outside world, healed wounds and clamped down on the reality of political distraction and angry voices.
Many of the premier riders in show jumping — along with the young stars of the future — gathered for the 61st annual Washington International Horse Show, held at Capital One Arena between Oct. 22 and 27.
Athletes — certainly this bunch of Nationals and their irrepressible manager Dave Martinez — can sometimes at the height of triumphant effort make politicians look like, well, mere politicians.
We won! Last night was the moment, when the Washington Nationals learned for sure that they were a National League Champion worthy of the...
The Georgetown University victory, on Oct. 19 at Cooper Field, was a needed win after last week's stunning loss to Fordham in the final seconds.
The dichotomy of real-world angst and political conflict on the one hand and success on field and court on the other feels especially up close and personal in Washington.
The tight game had a bit of everything, including three blocked kicks and a rare Georgetown two-point runback of a botched Fordham extra point. The loss broke a four-game Hoyas winning streak.
For Washington baseball fans who treat the box score as a bible, who live in a city where political bloodletting is a condition not an event, we woke to baseball in a morning made joyful.