Published August 26, 2020

Burial Grounds

In Bethesda, people are protesting construction that they say risks the desecration of a historic Black burial site.

Washington City Paper
Published August 12, 2020

Behind the Movement

Meet six young leaders organizing to fight systemic racism and support those in need.

Washington City Paper
Published August 5, 2020

Inflection Point

The decades-long efforts to develop the former industrial neighborhood known as Buzzard Point

Neil Flanagan / Photos by Darrow Montgomery
Published May 20, 2020

In Closing

Photographer Darrow Montgomery captures a different-looking D.C. in the midst of a pandemic.

Washington City Paper
Published April 8, 2020

From a Distance

City Paper's staff photographer captures D.C. in the days of coronavirus.
Washington City Paper
Published March 25, 2020

The Home Front

A week of social isolation, seen through the eyes of 14 Washingtonians

City Paper asked Washingtonians how they were doing in the midst of a pandemic. They answered in pictures and words.
Washington City Paper
Published February 4, 2020

2020 Vision

Washington City Paper
Published December 20, 2019

2019

A year in D.C. in photos

Washington City Paper
Published December 11, 2019

Lives Lost 2019

Washington City Paper
Published November 20, 2019

The People Issue 2019

Nineteen individuals who make life in D.C. more interesting tell us their stories.

Published Nov. 21, 2019
Washington City Paper
Published November 6, 2019

Nationals’ Anthem

Scenes from a day of parades for a generation of baseball fans.

Washington City Paper
Published October 2, 2019

Life, Camera, Action

Local birth and newborn photographers find strength in pregnancy, childbirth, and each other.

Washington City Paper
Published September 25, 2019

Places, Everyone

D.C. is a city full of private monuments that the rest of the world doesn’t see.

Washington City Paper
Published September 20, 2019

We the Children

The brother and friends of Karon Brown, shot dead at 11, have something to say.

Washington City Paper
Published August 28, 2019

An Oral History of Gentrification in Shaw and U Street NW

The few black businesses owners whose shops still inhabit Shaw and U Street NW storefronts have had a front-row seat to gentrification.

Washington City Paper
Published August 21, 2019

The Plot Thickens

D.C. was once named the city with the most community gardens per capita, but are these glorious green spaces for the few or the many?

Washington City Paper
Published July 17, 2019

The Mysterious Path to Professional Running

Washington City Paper
Published June 12, 2019

The Plant Issue

Washington City Paper
Published May 29, 2019

Market Value

Florida Avenue Market is an island of old D.C. in the ever-encroaching new.

Washington City Paper
Published March 27, 2019

One Day

Thousands of little dramas make a day in D.C.

Washington City Paper / Photographs by Darrow Montgomery / March 28, 2019
Published December 19, 2018

2018

Photographs by Darrow Montgomery / Dec. 20, 2018
Published September 13, 2018

Brief Histories of Flight

Photos by Darrow Montgomery / Sept. 20, 2018

Published May 16, 2018

Leap of Faith

Many of the District’s famed gospel quartets are half a century old and still singing—though not often in their hometown.

Many of the District’s famed gospel quartets are half a century old and still singing—though not often in their hometown.
By Hamil R. Harris / Photographs by Darrow Montgomery / May 17, 2018
Published March 30, 2018

Riot. Rebellion. Resurrection.

By Michon Boston / Photographs by Darrow Montgomery and Darrell C. Crain, Jr. / April 5, 2018