When it comes to beer-making, Washington’s pint glass—or snifter, or growler—is bubbling over. Whether you’re a proud beer geek or a Coors-loving newbie, this guide will help you get the most out of the area’s top breweries, brewpubs, beer gardens, and more. Edited by Ann Limpert.
Top executives who built Washington’s most influential modern media juggernaut abruptly quit last winter, stunning DC’s journalism and politics worlds. This is the story behind the divorce. By Luke Mullins.
How to Rock Rock Creek Park
As the National Park Service turns 100, here’s everything you should know about the 1,754 acres that compromise Washington’s go-to spot for dog-walking, bird-watching, and escaping the grid. By Kristen Hinman.
Davis Clayton Kiyo hopes to go down in history as the disrupter of pot culture—the pioneering entrepreneur who conquered the weed market for yuppies. Things were going pretty well. Then the cops showed up. By Michael J. Gaynor.
The conventional critique of Washington architecture is that it’s hopelessly conservative. The 11 winning projects in the 2016 Washingtonian Residential Design Awards dispel that myth. By Marisa M. Kashino.
IN THIS ISSUE
Behind the Scenes
An emergency room for exotic animals.
Where & When
Interview Rabia Chaudry, the DC lawyer behind the Serial podcast, on her famous case and new book.
Washington Read In her latest novel, Ann Patchett up-ends how we look at Virginia’s landscape.
Media What National Geographic might look like if millennials had invented it.
Cityscape How chain stores are repositioning for urban shoppers.
Lives Remembering country-music legend Ralph Stanley.
How to Spend a Day Off What to do while playing hooky.
Breaking Away How to take a sabbatical—and make the most of it.
Beyond the Beltway Doing Providence, Washington style.
Itinerary The best of Adams Morgan and Columbia Heights.
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