Washington Life Magazine

The Dish: Dining’s Finest

Experience reigns supreme at Métier.  There are gestures, big and small, that comprise a fine dining experience. In the case of Eric Ziebold and his wife Celia Laurent’s Michelin-starred restaurant, Métier, the apogee is...

A.J. Croce: His Own Man

By Steve Houk   livinonmusic.com   For singer/songwriter AJ Croce, being an up and coming musician and having the name Croce, in addition to looking just like his revered late father, well, that connection didn’t hurt...

Inside Homes: The Birth of Camelot

Scott Stewart celebrates the history of Jacqueline Bouvier and John F. Kennedy’s famous first meeting at his charming rowhouse in Georgetown’s West Village.  You would be amazed at how much Kennedy stuff people will...

Las Catalinas: Building a Town

How a tech millionaire from Atlanta is turning 1,200 acres on Costa Rica’s Guanacaste Coast into an ecologically sustainable destination.  Las Catalinas is brimming with what the Costa Rican town’s founder Charles Brewer, calls...

Power Workouts: Not for the Faint of Heart

Power exercise classes for overachieving Washingtonians in pursuit of pushing their physical limits. BARRY’S BOOTCAMP Details: 1345 19th Street, NW | $34/class | barrysbootcamp.com Need to Know: Get your energy boost at the studio’s...

BOOKS: ‘The Wahhabi Code’

UNMASKING THE TRUTH BEHIND JIHADIST VIOLENCE AND SAUDI ARABIA An exclusive excerpt from the new prologue of ‘The Wahhabi Code: How the Saudis Spread Extremism Globally’ BY TERENCE WARD Reflecting on the power of global...

Special Feature: The Power 100-2019

Chaos is the new normal in political Washington. Or, to put it another way, living in the nation’s capital is like being on a plane flying through permanent turbulence. Without a safety belt. Major...