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Think everyone in Washington has stale fashion sense? These style-setters will convince you otherwise. Every year, we feature 10 of the area’s best-dressed people who transcend stereotypical Washington style. Some are people you’ve heard of, like Pierre Garçon of the Washington Redskins, and some aren’t, like Instagram star/mother of two Holly Pan. Through gorgeous photos and incisive advice, this package will help you emulate the best-dressed. Edited by Sarah Zlotnick.
This profile goes behind the curtain of Virginia governor Terry McAuliffe’s political career. “Washington is filled with people content to remain the Guy Behind the Guy,” the author writes. “But not McAuliffe.” By Andy Kroll.
Over the past two decades, server farms have devoured the farmland of Loudon County—so much that vast portions of our online lives are now transacted via their fiber and cables. The data centers have become an economic engine, even as residents gripe about their menacing presence. Here’s a peek inside. By Benjamin Freed.
Ollie Cantos was a workaholic lawyer—the highest-ranking blind person in the federal government. Then along came Steven, Leo, and Nick: blind triplets who needed a dad. What happened next changed their lives. By Sherri Dalphonse.
IN THIS ISSUE
How a Tiny Virginia College Landed the Vice-Presidential Debate…DC Will Never Become a State. But Here’s How it Could Come Close…10 Things Washingtonians Need to Know about School…Donald Trump Made the Word “Pivot” Meaningless.
Where & When
Best Fall Ever
Experience beautiful fall foliage through these seven hikes…10 of the best fall festivals around the area…Edgar Allan Poe’s distant cousin gives a tour of the spooky poet’s Baltimore hangout spots.
How to Stay Young
Beyond the Beltway
High Rise Prices: Doggie spas, fitness studios, and other luxe apartment amenities don’t come cheap.
Autumn Al Fresco: Little luxuries to keep outdoor dinner parties comfy as the nights grow chilly.
My Town: An interview with Giuliana Rancic, who used to hang at Bethesda Bagels and White Flint Mall.
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