Remodeling Investments

Suppose you suddenly came into a nice sum of no-strings-attached money. Perhaps you received an unanticipated tax refund or a surprisingly generous year-end bonus. Or maybe a relative died, leaving you a lavish bequest. Whatever the source, you probably have no...

$117,400 is Low Income in San Francisco

In the latest sign of the astronomical cost of living in parts of California, the federal government now classifies a family of four earning up to $117,400 as low-income in three counties around the Bay Area. That threshold, the highest of its kind in the nation,...

Ivy City Controversey

Luxury units and craft distilleries have marked Ivy City’s resurgence, but the Crummell School site, vacant since the early 1980s, remains a vestige of a forlorn period in the Northeast neighborhood’s history. The District plans to sell the land surrounding the...

The Discount is Here

The ten percent Whole Foods discount is coming to the DC area this week. Earlier this year, Whole Foods began offering 5 percent cash back to Amazon Prime members that used their Prime credit card to pay for groceries at the store. On Wednesday, the company will roll...

Halcyon Days

Halcyon’s reach extends across the District. By The People, the citywide festival that the nonprofit is launching this weekend, may be unprecedented here. Neko Case and Ray LaMontagne opened the festival on Wednesday night with a concert at The Anthem. Most of the...

Tiny Home Promotion

If you were in Navy Yard this weekend taking in a Nats game, you may have seen a small, rectangular box parked on a stretch of grass with people coming in and out. No, this wasn’t some new microbrewery or rosé garden. It was actually a tiny home. But don’t call the...