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Who says the DC novel has to be about politics? Her White Elephant involves drama over real estate.
The PR firm Qorvis’s cofounder just started a local communications outfit to aid marijuana businesses.
Katherine Ashworth Brandt
Her Dine After Dark helps dawn-to-dusk Ramadan fasters find better food options.
This new Redskins QB is likely to stick around town: He’s a Gaithersburg native who went to Bullis.
Peter van der Waart
The Purple Line’s new CEO is in charge of getting the delayed rail project on track.
The cofounder of a white-nationalist group was involved in the frightening far-right disruption of a DC book reading.
Credits: Photo-illustration by John Ueland. Photograph of Langsdorf by Robin B. Langsdorf. Photograph of Haskins by Icon Sportswire/Getty. Photograph of Van Der Waart Courtesy of Meridiam Infrastructure.
This article appears in the June 2019 issue of Washingtonian.