The National Park Service won’t grant the District of Columbia a new lease for the site of the Washington Redskins’ old stadium in part because Interior Secretary Sally Jewell opposes the team’s name.
The Washington Redskins have begun the process of designing a new stadium to replace the 17-year-old FedEx Field.
From Friday to July 6, those interested can take in a magic show, pet an alpaca and ride a carousel all in one place in D.C. The Capital Fair.
There’s a saying that goes, “Everyone is Irish on St. Patrick’s Day.” Whether you seek to enjoy indulging in Irish cuisine, listening to Irish tunes or learning about Irish legends and traditions, there are plenty of family-friendly things to do and places to go in the D.C. area.
Plans to build a new soccer stadium for D.C. United are moving forward as Mayor Vincent Gray gets ready to sign a new labor agreement.
The football teams of two historically black colleges are facing off in an annual game in Washington.
Members of the public will be able to see and touch dozens of vehicles from dump trucks and street sweepers to police cars and a police helicopter during an event in the parking lot of Washington’s RFK Stadium.
The Military Bowl is headed to Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis.
The Washington Redskins may play their home games in Maryland, but the District’s mayor hopes a move — and name change — are in store for the future.
It’s hard to imagine today as Robert Griffin III has the nation’s capital swooning, but 50 years ago this season, Bobby Mitchell was making bittersweet history as the Redskins’ first black player.