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News Kid on the Mall: Washington D.C.’s Newseum

The Newseum, an interactive museum in Washington, D.C., is dedicated to the role of journalism in history.  Sound dull and preachy?  Not at all.  In...

Washington, D.C.’s Hot New Restaurants

The latest batch of restaurants from Washington, D.C.’s top chefs prove that bigger isn’t always better.

What’s New in Washington, D.C.

In a city rife with contrary opinions, few subjects have ignited as much controversy as the location of the National World War II Memorial (202/426-6841;...

Washington, D.C.: Where to Eat

Best Breakfast After being displaced by a fire last April, Market Lunch (307 Seventh St. SE; 202/547-8444; breakfast for two $15) moved to this temporary...

How to Do DC |T+L Family

Visiting Washington, D.C., can feel like the school trip from hell: no matter who you are, no matter what you’re interested in, you’re stuck with...

D.C. Food Scene

Where do D.C. heavyweights head to seal the deal?From Capitol Hill to the Penn Quarter—and just beyond the Beltway— Washington's dining scene has come of...

T+L Reports: Washington Bites Back

Across America, alumni of Spain's inventive restaurant El Bulli are spreading the culinary gospel of Catalonian chef-scientist Ferrán Adría. Most noteworthy is Minibar, newly opened...
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