The Washingtonian is a local and regional magazine that is a great source of information related to the Washington D.C. area. It offers useful advice and tips about where to visit, where to eat, what to do and more.
Founded in 1965, The Washingtonian focuses on local features, guidebook-type articles, politics and real estate with a main goal of helping readers live better and see how Washington really works. With a coverage area that extends from Tysons' Corner to Silver Spring, Georgetown to Alexandria, and every point in-between, the publication has a nice range.
Content centers on the best Washington D.C. has to offer, related to entertainment, dining, the arts, schools, shopping, doctors, weekend getaways, wedding venues, places to live, leisure activities, wealth advisors, etc. It also profiles local personalities that may be of interest to residents. Washingtonian magazine has won several National Magazine Awards for its writing and reporting.
The magazine's main sections are: Taste, Neighborhood Guide, Health, Real Estate, Home, Beyond the Beltway, Travel, Beauty and Guides (for newcomers, private schools, neighborhoods, gifts, cocktails and so much more).
Anyone who wants to keep current on everyday Washington D.C. will enjoy a subscription to The Washingtonian.
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