The Great Washington Bucket List
Edited by Sherri Dalphonse.
Young Blue Eyes
The new breakout star of hip-hop—he’s got a record deal with Def Jam—is a biracial rapper from Gaithersburg. By Jeff Weiss.
Meltdown on M Street
A Georgetown branch of Serendipity 3, New York’s fanciest ice-cream parlor, seemed like a great idea—until its owners started to quarrel. Here’s the story of the implosion, complete with squabbling socialites, police transcripts, and unsold extravagant sundaes. By Emily Codik.
FDR’s liberal wife and Teddy Roosevelt’s conservative daughter were two of Washington’s most prominent women. They were also first cousins. A look back at a family feud. By Marc Peyser and Timothy Dwyer.
Where & When
Interview Barney Frank on three decades as Washington’s most powerful gay man. Books A memoir by Reggie Love, Obama’s “body man,” offers lessons (some unintentional) about getting ahead. Media Why Politico and its counterparts are seeking more than just web traffic. Turtle Town How College Park is trying to be a better college town. Death in DC Our field guide to Washington funerals.
In Every Issue
First Person A long trip and two possible final goodbyes.
Spring Fashion The season’s must-haves—no matter your budget.Tooth Picks More than 400 of the area’s best dentists, orthodontists, peri-odontists, and other specialists. Plus: how to brush better—and do women make better dentists?
Small Spaces No room? No prob-lem in these cleverly designed homes. Street Fight! We render a verdict in the battle over pop-ups. Retirement Options Cohousing with people of all ages can offer retirees a strong sense of community. Off the Market! A Georgetown condo goes for $6 million. Pets Medical marijuana (or something close) for animals.