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In the Heart of DC’s Tony Georgetown, A Church That Communes With The Dead

The church sits perpetually in the shadows. Tucked back from Q Street NW, it is eclipsed by grand Victorians, including those of Bob Woodward and Realtor Nancy Taylor Bubes. Read more >>

How Do You Save A Lady’s Coronation Robe? Very Carefully

Tied to the front railings of Julia Brennan’s house are tattered handkerchief-size prayer flags from Bhutan, their former colors bleached to white. As the flags disintegrate…. Read more >>

Tommy McFly is the local Ryan Seacrest. But is L.A. calling?

DJ Tommy McFly was driving down I Street in January when he got the call. “It just rang 202,” he remembers. “When the White House calls, it just rings 202.” Read more >>

Party bloggers battle to run D.C.’s top social Web site

Kate Michael answers the door to her top-floor co-op wearing pre-party sweatpants and flip-flops, yet somehow managing to look like the beauty queen she once was… Read more >>

For radio-control plane enthusiasts, the sky’s the limit

Even though my husband and I have been happily married for only six years — newlyweds, practically — we have a “War of the Roses” situation going on in our bedroom. Read more >>

Groove Is In The Heart

Dancing was once my raison d’être. So why had I stopped? Read more >>

The Minor Makeover

Girls just want to have fun? Hardly. Image consulting for teens is serious business. Read more >>

What Lies Beneath

The art of toupee-making is on the wane, but there are still folks who want that custom thatch. Read more >>

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