Latest from DC Lifestyle
Zimmermann extends scoreless spring run
Braeden Schlehuber's two-out single off Danny Rosenbaum in the ninth inning gave the Braves a 3-2 win over the Nationals on Thursday night at Champion Stadium.
Green Line trains single-tracking after person struck at Waterfront station
For the second day in a row, a person has been truck by a Metro train, this time at the Green Line’s Waterfront-SEU station, the transit agency said. The incident occurred at 5:18 p.m. Thursday and appeared to be intentional on the part of the unidentified person who was stuck by the train, which was […]
McLouth talks with MLB.com about career resurgence
The Nationals improved their bench this offseason by signing Nate McLouth, who talked with MLB.com about his new club and resurrecting his career in 2013.
Bill Cosby Helps Open Arlington’s Ben’s Chili Bowl
Throngs of D.C.-area residents ventured to a Rosslyn strip mall today in the hopes of seeing Bill Cosby. A few actually managed it. The comedic legend and longtime Ben’s Chili Bowl supporter was there to cut the ribbon at the restaurant’s new location—only the second free-standing one to open in more than 55 years. The [...]
Ohlendorf exits spring debut with back spasms
Ross Ohlendorf's Spring Training debut on Thursday night ended with yet another frustrating injury, this time spasms in his lower back. Washington's training staff will re-evaluate the 31-year-old hurler on Friday morning.
Restaurants Can Now Make and Sell Their Own Booze
Will distillery pubs soon be the new brewpubs? A recently enacted D.C. law allows restaurants to distill their own liquor on premises or next door, the Alcoholic Beverage Regulation Administration announced today. The distillery pub permit, which is also available to tavern, nightclub, and hotel licensees, allows establishments to sell the liquor they produce for on- [...]