The French ambassador’s residence reigns and rocks
A diplomatic redesign at the French ambassador’s Kalorama digs marries tradition with modernity.
Think you have no room for a garden? Take another look at that balcony
Containers, patio borders and balconies showcase efforts of a new wave of green thumbs.
How dare we put together a vegan and a vegetarian?
Their fondness for cocktails cut short their post-dinner plans. Will they really meet up again for that beer?
The Grill Room review: A new reason to go, thanks to Frank Ruta & Co.
3 stars | The ex-Palena chef and pastry chef breathe new life into the Georgetown hotel’s dining room.
What I learned about love during my years of reporting on weddings
The top two rules: Be there — really there — and practice acceptance.
Maryland’s Hunt Cup, the country’s most challenging horse race, bets on its future
The historic horse race in Baltimore County seeks to expand its horizons as its world keeps shrinking.
The 2015 Agnes Meyer Outstanding Teacher Awards
The Washington Post has honored teaching excellence for three decades, with more than 500 men and women winning awards for their work in the classroom, creativity and contribution to the improvement of education.
Can the English major be saved?
Colleges grapple with how to reverse the specialty’s declining popularity.
Homerooms for the homefront
Can charter schools be a way to ease the struggles of military children?
No beef with this No. 1 burger
PLATE LAB | Haidar Karoum’s Vietnamese-inspired creation remains a bestseller.
Work advice: It’s okay to take the blame, but don’t be a patsy
Where’s the line between being noble and being a martyr?