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A month shy of his 16th birthday, the midfielder signed a contract with DC United.
Long after leaving the conservative imprint that bears his name, he’s launching Republic Book Publishers.
Her novel about a DC judge whose husband faces early dementia is being adapted into a TV series.
A clip of him saying he’d been a Nats fan “since today” went viral. Now he says he’ll be a fan for life.
A public art project turns old call boxes into memorials to famous DC women. The historian identified honorees.
The DC lawyer angered aesthetes by responding to his clients’ impeachment subpoenas using the Comic Sans font.
Credits: Photograph of Nyeman Courtesy of DC United; Photograph of Golden by Earl Gibson III/Getty; Photograph of Dowd by Richard Drew/AP.
This article appears in the December 2019 issue of Washingtonian.