Annually we get the benefit of surveying Washington’s landscape of young people doing cool things, and with each passing year we never cease to be amazed to the go-getters driving their respective industries forward....
They may be under 40, but they’re building buildings, opening restaurants, trying cases, winning games, running for office, exposing sexual harassment, fighting the President’s claims of “fake news” and launching businesses to change the...
Innovator Eric Kuhn and his next-generation cable company, Layer3 TV, are betting consumers are not yet ready to cut the cord.
Ali Weinberg and Josh Rogin wed at Meridian International Center. The sun shined brightly for Ali Weinberg and Josh Rogin Saturday, April 16, as the two young Washington journalists brought together 190 guests –...
See who made the town’s hottest list in 2007.
The sixth annual installment of Washington Life’s The Young and The Guest List (#YGL) party celebrated art, fashion, food and creative inspiration at Long View Gallery.
After dozens of smaller fundraisers leading up to the big night, the fifth annual Fashion for Paws Fashion Show was far more elaborate this year and about as glitzy as they come for the canine fashion set.
Washington Life’s guide to the capital region’s most influential under 40 residents in 2011.
Washington may only occupy 68.3 square miles, but there is a never-ending list of bars, restaurants and clubs to attract the city’s energetic under-40 set. Here are some special picks as well as a few off offered by our Y&GL honorees.