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How Are Things on Your Tightrope?

Let’s be honest. We all struggle with time. We long for 26 hours per day, but the painful truth is that most of us live way beyond our means in terms of time.

Coronavirus Dos and Don’ts

There are some simple things to do to help prevent the spread of illness, applicable not just to coronavirus but to many other types of ailments. Mayor Bowser’s recommendations mirror the CDC’s ones.

Park Service: Cherry Blossoms to Peak March 27

The National Cherry Blossom Festival, which encompasses dozens of events, will kick off with an opening ceremony on Saturday, March 21, and continue through Easter Sunday, April 12.

A Winter Escape to the Greenbrier

A Swedish massage at the famed resort is only a train ride away. The multiple restaurants, casino and massive parlor fireplace will keep you warm and entertained.

Last Chance: Turner Watercolors in Mystic

Connecticut's Mystic Seaport Museum is the only U.S. venue for “J.M.W. Turner: Watercolors from Tate." The show’s last day is Sunday, Feb. 23.

Quebec City to New York on Queen Mary 2

My husband and I needed a recharge. Not for our computers, for ourselves. Our Rx? An eight-day Queen Mary 2 luxury ocean-liner voyage from...

Standing Room Only at Ellington Field Meeting

On Jan. 15, close to 200 residents met with city officials from the Departments of Parks and Recreation, DC Public Schools and the Department of General Services about the field's future.

Fatness at 50

Who doesn’t start out life at some point loving the freedom of riding a bike? I have fond memories of learning to ride over...

Community Meeting on Ellington Field, Jan. 15

The Department of Parks and Recreation has scheduled a meeting at the Georgetown Neighborhood Library to discuss potential uses of the field, located between 39th Street and River Road NW.

ANC Approves Bagel Shop as ‘Corner Store’

After a lively, sometimes heated debate on Jan. 7, ANC 2E voted 6-2 in favor of a proposal giving the owner of Call Your Mother a corner store zoning variance.