May 24th, 2017 Issue

Latest News

  • Weekend Round Up May 18, 2017

    Cio-Cio-San makes “the ultimate sacrifice for love” a few more times as Washington National Opera’s “Madame Butterfly” draws to an end. The Washington Jewish Film Festival rolls on through May 28. Other weekend options: improv in Old Town and a dome projection in Arlington.

  • ANC Tonight: DDOT Director, LED Lights, DC Water, 31st Street Bridge

    Still the talk of the town: DDOT projects like the streetcar and LED lights, continuing DC Water work and 31st Street Bridge replacement.

  • Weekend Round Up April 13, 2017

    If you’re not on the list for Monday’s Easter Egg Roll at the White House, you can still decorate eggs at Via Umbria on Saturday and hunt for eggs after the Nats play the Phillies on Easter Sunday. Still rolling along: the National Cherry Blossom Festival, Architecture Month and Artomatic.

Fine Arts Commission OKs Heating Plant Design

Fine Arts Commission OKs Heating Plant Design

Overriding a decision by the Old Georgetown Board, the Commission of Fine Arts approved the design concept for the West Heating Plant on May 18.

Wegmans Announces First D.C. Store

Wegmans Announces First D.C. Store

The popular supermarket has taken space in the soon-to-be-former Fannie Mae headquarters at 3900 Wisconsin Ave. NW.

Fashion

Check out the latest trends, photos and articles in our revamped fashion section.
Georgetown Scoop: Jerry, In Person

Georgetown Scoop: Jerry, In Person

The Ben & Jerry's cofounder was in town to receive a Halcyon Business Luminary award (Ben got one, too).

Features

Foot-Stomping Start for Concerts in the Park

Foot-Stomping Start for Concerts in the Park

Singer-songwriter Rebecca (McCabe) Magnuson kicked off the CAG series on May 21 at Volta Park.

Police Week Events; Newsham Sworn In (photos)

Police Week Events; Newsham Sworn In (photos)

Law-enforcement fatalities nationwide rose to their highest level in five years in 2016, with 135 officers killed in the line of duty, including five from the D.C. metropolitan area.

Heading for a Healthier World at Green Festival Expo (photos)

Heading for a Healthier World at Green Festival Expo (photos)

At last weekend's event, eco-friendly businesses offered everything from food and body care to organic clothing and home renovations using renewable resources and solar energy panels.

Social Scene

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