Everything you should know about ethnic dining around the region—from the best Afghan kebabs and American barbecue to unforgettable Uyghur noodles and Vietnamese sandwiches, all for less than $25 a person. Edited by Ann Limpert
Paul Yandura and Donald Hitchcock were a DC political power couple before they decamped to a deep-red pocket of West Virginia and began remaking it into a magnet for week-ending Washingtonians. The turnaround is a great story—except for the fact that the locals haven’t all taken so kindly to a pair of gay urbanites changing their town. By Marisa M. Kashino.
Inside the Radical, Self-Destructive (And Probably Impossible) Plan to Yank Washington Out of Washington
A bill before Congress would relocate vast chunks of the government, hijacking our city’s top employer. Right now, it’s a right-wing fever dream. But it’s actually an old idea—and one that’s less partisan than its authors might think. By Ben Wofford.
Meet Justin Schuble, the recent college grad whose @DCFoodPorn Instagram account is lapped up by diners and courted by high-end food flacks. By Jessica Sidman.
Trump’s DC On TV: Why Trump’s Washington is more Veep than House of Cards
The Bee’s Needs: Meet the GMU professors trying to save the world’s crops one queen bee at a time.
Eternal firings: How Jim Comey’s firing compares to past political pink slips.
The 19 performances, exhibits, and other things worth your time this month.
Tomorrow Land: GW real-estate guru Christopher Leinberger on what’s next for Washington urbanism.
The Critic of “Cappuccino City:” Derek Hyra’s book is a blistering attack on the new DC. On a stroll, he shows what a newly buzzy hood looks like through his eyes.
HuffPost’s Crown Jewel? The company’s DC bureau always marched to its own beat. That may be changing.
Summertime Blues: The best ways to wear denim this season.
Road Trip: What to do, where to eat, and where to stay in Pennsylvania’s charming Mount Gretna.
Royal Treatments: How DC’s fanciest new spas stack up.
Self, Aware: The author takes a “self-care” course and learns not to mock the popular wellness trend.
Furniture Shopping: Three houses to get you inspired, plus our favorite pieces and decor stores.
Best of Silver Spring and Takoma Park: Where to eat, shop, and play in the neigh-boring Montgomery County destinations.
Pets: The three-legged war dog who’s getting his own monument.
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