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April 2022: The Hottest Neighborhoods of Washington’s Real Estate Boom

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Cover photo-illustration by C.J. Burton.

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FEATURES

A Nightmare on Foxhall Road

Photograph by Jeff Elkins

The pair of houses in one of DC’s most upscale neighborhoods were marketed as “built to perfection” by their high-profile developer: Steve Salis, the restaurateur behind the beloved local spots Ted’s Bulletin and Kramers. But the families who moved in allege they were defrauded into buying dangerous, nearly $2-million lemons. By Marisa M. Kashino.

 

The Big Lie About “the Big Lie”

Photo-illustration by Israel Vargas.

In the MAGA-verse “stolen election” theory, a little-known tech company, Smartmatic, became a prime villain, accused of “rigging” the vote. Now it’s suing Rudy Giuliani and others who it said spread the Big Lie. The case could prove to be a critical new weapon in the battle against the real fake news. By Luke Mullins.

 

The Hottest Neighborhoods of Washington’s Real Estate Boom

Photo-illustration by Justin Metz.

Since the start of the pandemic, the market has gone nuts. But the rising tide hasn’t lifted all areas equally. Here’s a look at some of the places where prices and sales have soared the most. By Marisa M. Kashino, Michele Lerner, and Mimi Montgomery.


CAPITAL COMMENT

Photograph by Justin Scalera/HABS.

Free Quonset Huts!: The piece of Brookland history that could be lost. By Rob Brunner.

A Plus for DC: CNN’s big bet on Washington. By Luke Mullins.

Capital of Dance Music: The music festival from Echostage’s founder. By David Catanese.

What’s New with LQBTQ+ Bars: As nightlife ramps back up, DC’s LGBTQ+ bar scene is expanding. A quick look at three new spots to check out. By David Tran.

Roberto Returns: Local celebrity chef Roberto Donna is back in the kitchen. A look at some of his many ups and downs. By Anna Spiegel.

Big Picture: A bright homage to brilliant women. Photograph by Evy Mages.


IQ

Photograph by Jeff Elkins

Interview: Supreme Court expert Linda Greenhouse on a transformed institution. By Andrew Beaujon.

History: The ice-cream fight on H Street, Northeast. By Vincent Femia. 


LIFE, HEALTH & TRAVEL

A beach trail filled with palms trees.

Flights of Fancy: Six new nonstop flights. By Norie Quintos.

Sustainable Fashion: A dozen places where you can shop in good conscience. By Amy Moeller.

D.I.Y. Don’ts?: Some beauty tips on TikTok are causing infections, burns, and scars. By Mimi Montgomery.


TASTE

Photograph by Jeff Elkins

The Great Washingtonian Bagel Tasting: The area’s best bagels, plus our favorite schmear flavors and other bagel knowledge. By Ann Limpert and Anna Spiegel.

Return to the Wellington: Puff-pastry-wrapped beef is making a comeback. By Anna Spiegel.


HOME

Photograph by Maya Oren.

The Briefing | Easton and St. Michaels: What’s new in the Eastern Shore towns. By Kayla Benjamin and Anna Spiegel.

Top Mortgage Professionals: The area’s best lenders, as recommended by real-estate agents. By Sherri Dalphonse.

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


FIRST PERSON

Photograph by Jason Chatfield/NCS.

Editorial cartoonist Ann Telnaes on her journey from The Brave Little Toaster to a Pulitzer Prize. As told to Bill O’Sullivan.

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