She Was a Typical Washington Mom. Until She Wasn’t.

“Even when she was drinking, nothing changed.”

Our favorite dishes from the past seven days of dining.
From bottomless feasts to picturesque meals with a water view.
Every morning, we’ll let you know where to find lunch on wheels.
Admitted shadow campaign financier Jeffrey Thompson broke bread on Thursday with the football stars.
The list includes artists from the Stones to Pitbull, and Soriano has his own mix.
The Council isn’t buying the mayor’s doomsday scenario about the District’s budget.
The monument reopens next month, but you should get your tickets now.
The shortened season wraps up with plenty to chew over during the break.
Plus: the return of Union Market’s Drive-In.
Actress Tovah Feldshuh embodies a whole world in William Gibson’s play about the Israeli Prime Minister.
Tom Story makes his directorial debut with Declan Greene’s play about a pair of troubled teens.
Guides
Our ultimate guide to ethnic dining takes you on a whirlwind culinary adventure, no passport necessary.
Our favorite places in the area to get a drink—whether a Champagne cocktail or a can of PBR.
Fascinating museums, fun tours, gorgeous gardens, under-the-radar restaurants, and more.
Our guide to more than 50 of our area’s best spots will make you leap out of bed.
A guide to the area’s best casinos—and advice on how to win.
We tasted it so you don’t (necessarily) have to.
View Comments April 16, 2014 By Anna Spiegel
From whole hams to brunch quiches and feasts for a crowd.
View Comments April 15, 2014 By Anna Spiegel
The list includes artists from the Stones to Pitbull, and Soriano has his own mix.
The Council isn’t buying the mayor’s doomsday scenario about the District’s budget.
View Comments April 17, 2014
The monument reopens next month, but you should get your tickets now.
View Comments April 16, 2014 By Benjamin Freed
Plus: the return of Union Market’s Drive-In.
View Comments April 17, 2014 By Jason Koebler
Actress Tovah Feldshuh embodies a whole world in William Gibson’s play about the Israeli Prime Minister.
View Comments April 15, 2014 By Jane Horwitz
Tom Story makes his directorial debut with Declan Greene’s play about a pair of troubled teens.
View Comments April 14, 2014 By Missy Frederick
Same thing happened at last year’s 10K race.
View Comments April 16, 2014 By Benjamin Freed
Healthy and convenient is the focus for this busy health professional.
View Comments April 15, 2014 By Melissa Romero
The months-old studio is the first in Bethesda to offer the muscle-toning Lagree Fitness Method.
View Comments April 14, 2014 By Kelsey Lindsey
Washington is the third-best city for young people, and bro-friendly Clarendon is the place to be, apparently.
View Comments April 15, 2014 By Benjamin Freed
The where and when of spring’s best tours.
View Comments April 15, 2014 By Michelle Thomas
The restoration spotlights the building’s original architecture.
View Comments April 14, 2014 By Michelle Thomas
The First Lady’s go-to makeup guru shares his own beauty must-haves.
View Comments April 16, 2014 By Diana Elbasha
Mark your calendar for April 21 through 27—and book fast.
View Comments April 16, 2014 By Diana Elbasha
Owner Kelly Muccio announced the news in an e-mail Thursday.
View Comments April 17, 2014 By Diana Elbasha
After meeting at the Naval Medical Center, this couple tied the knot at the Naval Academy Chapel.
View Comments April 16, 2014 By Irina Grechko
Local florist Tobie Whitman of Little Acre Flowers shares her tips for choosing locally sourced arrangements.
View Comments April 10, 2014 By Jordan Muto
Inspired by textures and neutrals, these invitations are made for a modern bride.
View Comments April 08, 2014 By Jordan Muto