Ray Price has spent more than 60 years packing dance halls and honky tonks as one of the greatest co[...]
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Daniel Krug was raised in a small town in Pennsylvania “where everyone helped each other,” he says. “When I moved to D.C., I was looking for the same type of thing.” Krug, 27, was happy to learn that his 14th Street corridor apartment community, 14W Apartments (1315 W St. NW;
Everybody likes looking at a winter wonderland. Walking in one is a different story. Sidewalks quickly turn slushy and slick, and stairs become dares. Even in the aftermath of this latest snow bust, lingering frigid temperatures have made conditions more treacherous than normal. So what’s a pe
Capitals captain Alex Ovechkin, seemingly in the midst of a career renaissance in his ninth season, is flirting with yet another personal milestone. With an NHL-leading 26 goals through 31 of Washington’s games, Ovechkin stands a realistic chance of becoming the first player since Brett Hull i
The Washington Redskins Circus is back in town — the only thing missing is the big top (unless you count the practice bubble at Redskins Park). Wednesday’s tension-filled, surreal press conferences from a defiant Mike Shanahan, a chastened Robert Griffin and a caught-in-the-middle Kirk C
Ford chairman invests in QuickPay, an app to make parking suck less
QuickPay has a mobile app that lets you pay for on-street and off-street parking in lots and garages.
Ford is pulling the academic world into autonomous car research because what student doesn’t want a driver-less designated driver.
The car manufacturer partnered with the University of Michigan and insurance company State Farm (thank goodness) to create a “research” Ford &hell