Category: Front Page

City of Champions: The Capitals Bring the Stanley Cup to Washington

When Lars Eller scored the goal that would secure the championship in Game 5 in Las Vegas, massive crowds both inside and outside the arena back home went wild, jumping in unison and altering their chant to “We HAVE the cup!” Some swear the ground shook that night. What is certain is that the win caused a seismic shift in the city’s psyche.

On the Record: Covering Trump

Five White House correspondents speak candidly about covering the first 100 days of President Donald Trump. The same week White House press secretary Sean Spicer made those controversial comments comparing Syrian President Bashar al-Assad...

Art in the City: Picture Perfect

A few of our favorite Instagram feeds from local artists who use the platform to showcase their work.  BEN TOLMAN | @BenTolman “I usually draw inspiration from my own experience. For me it’s not...

Feature: Hope for the Ocean

The Library of Congress calls Sylvia Earle “a living legend” and when the 81-year-old conservationist, oceanographer and Explorer-in- Residence at National Geographic stops by her office, in between public appearances and deep sea expeditions,...

Feature: Washington Represents at SXSW

Earlier this month, the Washington DC Economic Partnership (WDCEP), Events DC and the Mayor’s Office teamed up to host the WeDC House at SXSW in Austin for the 2nd year. The purpose of the...

Performing Arts: The Man with the Violin

Joshua Bell returns to Washington for a Kennedy Center residency and the world premiere of a concert inspired by his 2007 incognito performance on the D.C. Metro. When renowned violinist Joshua Bell touches down...