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Boulud Plate Special
David Hagedorn | Photography by Greg Powers | November 4, 2014

When word got out that Daniel Boulud was opening a restaurant in the CityCenterDC downtown, expectations ran high. After all, Boulud is one of the most venerated chefs in the United States, if not the world. His...

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Season of Giving
Katie Bianco, Michael McCarthy and Nevin Martell | November 3, 2014

The Crusader
Reality television has a (mostly deserved) bad reputation for showcasing the worst qualities in people. Becky Lee soundly defied that trend when she was recruited for...

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Statement Piece
Nate Chapnick | November 3, 2014

There’s nothing quite like piloting a Rolls-Royce, and nothing quite like stepping out of one either. The British maker’s newest model, the Wraith, makes no excuses for its luxurious largesse. This vehicle is as much about making a grand entrance...

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Gone Girl
Cathy Alter | October 30, 2014

“It was some years after his death when my grandmother casually told me that she had destroyed my grandfather’s personal correspondence,” writes Sarah Wildman in her new book, Paper Love: Searching for the Girl My Grandfather Left Behind ($28,...

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Virgin Territory
Mike Espindle | October 29, 2014

Visitors to idyllic Virgin Gorda in the British Virgin Islands who stroll along the shoreline along Valley Trunk Bay have been asking one question for years: What exactly is that Balinese-style house just in from the beach? What it is, exactly, is a lovingly...

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Heart & Soul
Elizabeth Chambers Hammer | October 29, 2014

After surviving the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami that tragically took the life of her longtime boyfriend, photographer Simon Atlee, Petra Nemcova spent many months recovering from a shattered pelvis, a shattered heart and, in many ways, a shattered world...

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Thrills and Chills
Katie Bianco | October 24, 2014

1. Drafting Table
Drafting Table is toasting to Halloween with a visit from Brooklyn Brewery. Sample some of the NY brewery’s pumpkin flavored beers, like the Post...

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Fall Feasts
Katie Bianco | October 17, 2014

1. Brunch with Batali
In honor of Zaytinya’s chef Michael Costa’s new book, America: Farm to Table, celeb chef Mario Batali is...

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Sweet Spirits
Kelly Magyarics | October 10, 2014

1. Cuba Libre
Brazil’s national cocktail gets a spooky spin with bartender Vance Henderson’s Candy Corn Caipirinha....

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October Must List
Zakiya Jamal | October 3, 2014

Oct. 10: Simone Dinnerstein
Brooklyn-based pianist Simone Dinnerstein performs pieces from her classical chart-topping album, Inventions & Sinfonias, for a one-night-only engagement at The Barns at...

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Oval Indulgence
David Hagedorn | Photography by Greg Powers | September 30, 2014

It’s not restaurateur Ashok Bajaj’s style to pass off an inexpensive fluffing up as a renovation, so he spent upward of $1 million to have designer Martin Vahtra (Projects Design Associates of New York) redo...

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Michael McCarthy | September 30, 2014


Key Bridge, Georgetown

When longtime Arlington resident Kevin Wolf bought a digital camera two years ago, he decided to go on “weekend photo walks as an excuse to exercise my...

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