October 2022: Winery Day Trips

In Jontell Parham’s cover photo, courtesy of Potomac Point Winery.


Photo courtesy of Stone Tower Winery.

Winery Day Trips

Over 30 of our favorite wineries worth visiting this fall, whether you’re looking for a romantic getaway, tasty Sunday brunch, or a fun place to picnic with friends. By Nancy Bauer.

Photo by Jim Preston.


Nearly four years after a seven-year renovation costing approximately $1 billion, the National Air and Space Museum will reopen eight of its 23 exhibits on Oct. 14. Take a look behind the scenes. By Jessica Ruf.

Photo by Jeff Elkins

The terrible, not good, very bad election in Georgetown

What does it mean for the future of American politics if a university that trains some of the country’s future leaders already has scandalous elections? By Sylvie McNamara.


Photo courtesy of Throne Labs.

Auxiliary jars: Throne Labs wants you to use its beautiful public jars. By Grace Deng.

Local color: DC’s most ephemeral art. By Grace Deng.

Cool in a crisis: A former hostage negotiator has advice for companies. By Luke Mullins.

A haunted past: Washington fiction with a creepy twist. By Damare Baker.

Secret appointment: Chat with a top intelligence insider. By Andrew Beaujon.

Big picture: The factory behind those iconic bustard crab baskets. By Jessica Ruf. Photo by Jay Fleming.

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Photo courtesy of RCA Records.

10 things you really should do this month By Washingtonian Staff.


Photo by Larry Cole.

Interview: Can this mathematician convince readers to love numbers just like him? By Andrew Beaujon.

A pastry mystery: What happened to all the plum Danish? By Rob Brunner.


Photo by Jeff Elkins

Coats of many colors: The lively wardrobe in a couple’s ‘Peacock Closet’. By Amy Moeller.

Shot of hope for cancer: A vaccine may one day help beat breast cancer. By Ayren Jackson-Cannady.

Does your child need a tutor? Here’s how to find and rent a good one. By Damare Baker.


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Photo by Jeff Elkins

The new tipping rules: Confused about how to handle tips in restaurants these days? You are not alone. By Jessica Sidman.

Buried treasure: Perigord truffles from Virginia? Yes really. By Nevin Martel.

The Great Washington Bake Off: Our area now has a surplus of upscale bakeries/cafes that have started in other cities. How do they compare? By Ann Limpert.

Where the wild things are: A chef encourages guests to use locally harvested ingredients at Bar Ivy. Plus – what’s in season now. By Nevin Martel.


Photo by Laura Metzler.

Dream kitchens: How to have a sparkling white kitchen without sacrificing warmth. Plus designers, furniture makers, countertop manufacturers and other resources to take your next renovation to the next level. By Michelle Brunner.

The briefing | Bethesda: The latest food, fun and other happenings in this ever-changing Maryland environment. By Cynthia Hacinli.

Back to normal?: The current status of our formerly crazy real estate landscape. By Michele Lerner.

From the market: Luxury home sales of the month. By Washingtonian Staff.

How a high school performance choir prepared NBC4’s Jummy Olabanji for the anchor desk. As told to Amy Moeller.

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