People are getting backlash for their trips during the pandemic. But it’s not stopping them anyway.
Fill crisp lettuce cups with harissa-spiked chicken salad
The four episodes in Netflix’s “Chef’s Table: BBQ” series, filmed before the pandemic, will make you long for the days of eating smoked meats with friends.
The Traditional Presidential Cookie Contest Is Off — but Many ‘First Lady Recipes’ Have Long Been Boguswww.washingtonpost.com -
Family Circle, the magazine that sponsored the quadrennial faceoff, ceased publishing last year.
‘Artina 2020’ spotlights eight artists from the Washington Sculptors Group.
Review | Simon Stephenson’s Hilarious ‘Set My Heart to Five’ Follows a Robot With Hollywood Aspirationswww.washingtonpost.com -
Programmed to be a dentist, Stephenson’s protagonist heads west, unleashing wry observations along the way.
Researchers ask volunteer sniffers which soil smells the best.
A persistent musty smell and water stains are signs that spores may have already taken hold.
Regional Business Group Kicks Off Effort to Unify the Greater Washington Region’s Passenger Rail Networkwww.washingtonpost.com -
The Greater Washington Partnership is bringing together leaders from Amtrak, MARC, VRE and local and state transportation agencies to outline a plan of action on how to improve commuter and…
A Palmer Park man was charged in the July 18 fatal shooting.
A man was in distress and taken into custody.
The capability also will be available on all 13 regional transit partners, including the Fairfax Connector.
D.C. Committee Recommends Stripping the Names of Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, Francis Scott Key and Others From City Government Buildingswww.washingtonpost.com -
A committee reporting to D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser recommends stripping the names of slaveholders and other historical figures from 21 public schools and many parks and government buildings in the District.
The Ravens quarterback was a fantasy football cheat code in 2019. But by Baltimore’s design, his stats may take a hit in 2020.