Washington Life Magazine
Franklin Foer’s “World Without Mind” challenges the power of Silicon Valley.
ARTECHOUSE strikes a harmonious balance between tech and art. ARTECHOUSE’s current exhibition,“Spirit of Autumn,” which runs through November 5, invites visitors to activate a digital rainstorm by clapping, or to dance and watch a...
Our third annual Tech 25 highlights individuals (or teams) who are making noteworthy contributions to the technological landscape of our city, whether it be through a newly-launched company, the continued development of an already-existing brand, or as funders and supporters of entrepreneurs.
José Andrés has served Puerto Rican victims of Hurricane Maria over one million hot meals. When Hurricane Harvey struck Houston in August, Washington area chef and philanthropist José Andrés wasted no time mobilizing a...
Color and texture play with fall season work staples. Photography: Tony Powell | www.tony-powell.com Stylist: Brian Robinson | T H E Artist Agency Assisted by: Jeremy Warner Makeup: Annette Queen, GLAMSQUAD Hair: Carmen Olivia,...
The Smithsonian museums of Asian Art celebrated a grand reopening with an opulent weekend festival.
Trick-or-treat? Where to go this Halloween and Dia de Los Muertos around the District.
The 10th annual DC Design House (through Oct. 29) benefitting Children’s National Health System gave area interior designers plenty of opportunities to showcase their lighting choices. We asked the creative minds behind four of our favorite rooms in the 27,000 square-foot, nine bedroom chateau why they chose they chandeliers they did.
Local mom Caryn Franca helps families battling cancer.