As an Editorial Fellow at Washingtonian, I learned about service journalism and a regional magazine's editorial process, through fact-checking stories for publication, researching for articles, working closely with editors and writers, and reporting and writing for print and online.
OCT. 17, 2014
As we move deeper into autumn, the air cools, foliage bursts with color, and memories of vacation dissipate. Summer flowers in Washingtoniansʼ yards have been replaced with pumpkins and scarecrows. For nearly two months, pools have been closed and schools have been open. Passing Octoberʼs midway mark means Thanksgiving is on the way, Christmas is around the corner, and winter is looming.
But first it means Halloween -- and you donʼt have to wait until the 31st to celebrate. The weeks leading up to the haunted holiday promise just as many tricks and treats as the eve itself.
Nov. 20, 2014
Get active this holiday with these fun runs around Washington. A roundup of turkey trots and family-friendly races in the metro area, for Washingtonian's Well+Being Blog.
Dec. 9, 2014
Katie and Elliott fuel their busy, active lives by planning their meals ahead. Here's how they do it.
Dec. 16, 2014
It’s hard to believe, but 2014 is almost over. If you’re looking to close out the year in style, you’ve come to the right place: We’ve rounded up options for every type of New Year’s Eve celebration, from debaucherous drink-fests to low-key gatherings and kid-appropriate parties.