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Fowl Winter
By David Hagedorn | January 5, 2016

Blue Duck Tavern
Chef de Cuisine Brad Deboy set out to make the best duck in town and has come up with a stunner. The process takes a week, starting with a 6...

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The Tech Edge
By Nate Chapnick | January 5, 2016

Cutting-edge technology and impressive performance are the main elements in BMW’s redesigned flagship luxury sedan, the 2016 7 Series. The company’s engineers have created a vehicle that...

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Eighth and Oh!
David Hagedorn | Photography by Greg Powers | January 5, 2016

Chef Cedric Maupillier wasn’t quite satisfied with the immense success he brought to Mintwood Place, Saied Azali’s Adams Morgan eatery that consistently ranks among Washington’s most beloved...

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Vine & Dine
By Michael McCarthy | December 30, 2015

Donna Evers admits her wine story sounds like a Bob Dylan song. She was traveling on a train from Munich to Venice with her husband in 1999 when she awoke to see vineyards for long and lovely stretches outside her window. She turned to her husband...

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Caribbean Swoon
By Michael McCarthy | December 30, 2015

We’re on the beach dining with a small group, and my wife briefly turns away from a nearby conversation, leans over and kisses me. It’s a quick, passionate strike. There’s meaning behind this rum-punch smooch. Was she caught...

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The Next Wave
By Ray Rogers | December 29, 2015

With the poise of a true leading lady, Chloë Grace Moretz has Hollywood taking notice. Still, the glamorous movie star has yet to leave home and remains decidedly young at heart.

In her latest film, the sci-fi thriller The 5th Wave, she...

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Glorious Gamble
By Katie Bianco | December 28, 2015

As a longtime staple of high school theater departments, Oliver! has given thousands of students their first taste of the stage life. While most look back on their stint as a chorus orphan fondly, for Eleasha Gamble, the play proved to...

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Planet Z
By David Hagedorn | December 28, 2015

Acclaimed chef Eric Ziebold is back. This month, he opens the 80-seat Kinship near Mount Vernon Square, and early in 2016, Métier—a 36-seat, tasting-...

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Click
By Michael McCarthy | December 28, 2015

When
2:23pm
10.31.15

Where
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden

Tony Sciascia loves how architecture interacts with people, especially in DC. “We’re a city where our very streets...

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The Lexus Leap
By Nate Chapnick | December 28, 2015

With the average age of its customers among the oldest of any automaker, Lexus is courting younger buyers in an effort to keep their brand relevant. The exuberant 2016 RC F sport coupe is just what...

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Great Scott
David Hagedorn | Photography by Greg Powers | December 23, 2015

It seems like just yesterday that chef Scott Drewno came to town as chef of The Source, Wolfgang Puck’s sleek restaurant in the Newseum, but the eatery recently...

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New Food Resolutions
Arielle Weg | December 21, 2015

Ambar

As the District’s first Balkan restaurant, Ambar encompasses a welcoming spirit and traditional flavors. Housemade bread is served with specialty spreads and kajmak alongside meat kebabs, veal stew,...

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