The Key Bridge — Friday, October 19. Walking across the bridge, from the Rosslyn metro into town, five police officers were sitting on the Washington side, immediately pulling over drivers on their cell phones and issuing tickets. All the commotion was exacerbating a traffic jam on the already crowded bottleneck onto M Street, on a typically busy Friday morning. The rows of stopped vehicles and squad cars could have led you to believe there was a drug bust in place. Three blocks into town, I had already passed three other officers ticketing vehicles that had over-extended their parking privileges by the slightest infraction.
When I got to Ris, Washington chef Ris Lacoste’s lauded contribution to DC’s food culture, the restaurant was empty. It was early on a Saturday morning, and the city was just waking up. Through the windows, the expanses of barren dining tables and upturned chairs looked nearly unfamiliar from the week before, when I met Ris for the first time amidst a clattering of plates and glasses, the hum from a dozen full tables swarming around me in the bustling eatery. Now, it was lifeless and unmoving. They didn’t open for a few hours.
It is rare to find such a steady and yet exciting subject as is found in both the paintings and the person of artist David Richardson. With an astonishing discipline, he has explored and unraveled three series of paintings, any one of them strong enough to exhibit individually.
The October meeting of ANC 2E did its best to deal with the unusually high influx of problems facing the community. The first major problem was an unexpected lack of seating accommodation, as the modest-sized Heritage room, in the Georgetown Visitation School, found itself overrun with community members. All present were waiting to hear news regarding police efforts, in response to the recent crime wave, and updates on the Tudor Place preservation plan, among the other orders of business.
After a swift remodeling beginning in April of this year, innovative kitchen and bathroom designer Boffi has reopened their doors ...
The Georgetowner has hand-selected the best offerings for the upcoming fall art season. Here you will find a comprehensive gallery guide and museum highlights, as well as a variety sampling of featured artwork.
Washington is usually on the forefront of most national trends. However, the bursting popularity of the craft beer movement seemed to pass over the nation’s capital — that is, until recently.
If the Washington Gallery of Modern Art were mentioned in conversation, most would not register the name. In fact, it was only open for seven short years in the 1960s.
In 1876, a group of European-born Orthodox Jews built the city’s first synagogue in downtown Washington. Since its construction ...
Five months after charges were filed, the Office of Campaign Finance has admonished the former mayor but cleared him of violating the law.
Close’s colossal, hyper-realistic portraiture is as synonymous with his name as Jackson Pollock’s is with drip painting.
Whether you're eating out or going down to the Wharf to pick up your catch alive and fresh, here are the best places in town to get some quintessential crab.
The D.C. School Without Walls theatre program has blossomed through a young teacher whose mission is to create productions that are not just for the public, but are inspired from within the public.