From Our Editors
Washingtonian is the savvy, sophisticated magazine of the nation's capital and its Maryland and Virginia suburbs. Since its founding in 1965, Washingtonian has set the pace for anyone who wants to be a local—or just navigate the city like one—in a region that draws so many newcomers. With rollicking prose, gorgeous pictures, a sense of humor and a deep knowledge of the area, the magazine explores food, fashion, politics, culture, shopping, real estate, wellness, parenting and more. With a year's subscription, you'll join the 400,000 readers who read it each month. Sections of the magazine include Capital Comment, a buzzy dose of news, gossip and personalities; Where & When, an authoritative—and useful—guide that picks out the can't-miss events that otherwise get lost on the area's culture and entertainment calendars; and Taste, the definitive guide the vibrant local dining scene. The magazine's award-winning feature stories celebrate the inspiring triumphs of the heroes of Washington, the hometown—while also chronicling the sometimes hilarious misadventures of the boldface names who populate Washington, the company town. And Washingtonian's lists of best doctors, best restaurants, best getaways and best neighborhoods represent the simplest tools for getting the most out of this booming region.