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March 2022: Our Pets

Take a peek inside the March issue, on newsstands now.

Photograph by Jeff Elkins

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FEATURES

Best Day Ever!

Party. Photograph by Rachel May Photography.

For a certain set of Washington parents, lost time and pandemic guilt are the ultimate excuse to throw their kids a next-level birthday bash. Inside the extra-spendy, extra-fabulous, extra-extra blowouts where one-upping moms rule. By Daniella Byck and Jessica Sidman.

 

To The Edge

Photograph by Alex Polyakov/Studio Visual Thinking.

Seb Audy is a World Bank manager turned corporate executive. He’s also one of the most daring polar explorers in the world, on a mission to crush mountaineering records and expose the effects of climate change. On the 30th day of his last expedition, the quest took a sudden, tragic turn. By Michael J. Mooney.

 

Our Pets

Photograph by Jeff Elkins

How we love—and spoil—our furry and feathered friends. Plus, the area’s top vets, daycares, groomers, and other pet-care experts. By Sherri Dalphonse and Marisa M. Kashino.


CAPITAL COMMENT

The new uniforms on display at a February event in Landover. Photograph by Patrick Semansky/AP.

A Branding Fumble?: Evaluating the Washington NFL team’s new look. By Andrew Beaujon.

Lawn Enforcement: Checking in on the leaf-blower ban in Wesley Heights. By Jane Recker.

A Guide that Gets It: A DC visitor’s guide that gets it. By David Tran.

The Beat Goes On: Meet the group hosting some of the area’s hottest parties. By Jennifer Albarracin Moya.

No Comment: A farewell to the DCist comments. By Andrew Beaujon.

Big Picture: An especially stunning sunrise. Photograph by Chris Fukuda.


IQ

Brandie Smith. Photograph by Jeff Elkins

Interview: The National Zoo’s new director, Brandie Smith, on the power of animals. By Rob Brunner.


LIFE, HEALTH & STYLE

Denim jeans. Photograph courtesy of Farfetch.

Make a Statement: DC influencer Tashira Halyard shows how she’ll be wearing one of her favorite spring trends: statement denim. By Amy Moeller.

The Great Brush-Off: Snacking is up, while brushing and flossing are down—leading to a wave of “Covid cavities.” By Sherri Dalphonse.

Top Financial Advisers: Our annual guide to the best financial planners, investment advisers, tax accountants, and other money pros. By Sherri Dalphonse.


TASTE

Octopus sandwich at Piccolina. Photograph by Scott Suchman

Coming Soon: Our spring-and-summer restaurant preview—including a Champagne-and-pizza bar, a mod Caribbean spot, and many more places to look out for. By Anna Limpert, Jessica Sidman, Anna Spiegel.


HOME

Mosaic Park in Ballston. Photograph by Sam Kittner.

The Briefing | Clarendon and Ballston: What’s new in the lively Arlington neighborhoods. By Mimi Montgomery.

Senior Living: An innovative cooking method has made meals easier—and more beautiful—for people with Alzheimer’s and other challenges. By Maya Pottiger.

Off the Market: The month’s luxury home sales. By Washingtonian Staff.


FIRST PERSON

Graves and Ginsburg, an opera lover, at an event during their 30-year friendship. Photograph courtesy of Denyce Graves.

Opera star Denyce Graves on her long friendship with Ruth Bader Ginsburg. As told to Marisa M. Kashino.

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