Dave Nyczepir

National Portrait Gallery Commissioner Resigns

National Portrait Gallery Commissioner James T. Bartlett resigned Thursday, December 9, in protest of the museum’s censorship of a ...

Christmas In Middleburg

Come December, more and more travelers fancy Christmas in a country village, and nowhere will you find a Christmas experience quite like Middleburg’s.

Georgetown Vet Aims to Heal War Wounds

Georgetown Veterinarian, Dr. Lee Morgan, used cutting-edge stem cell treatment to save a canine veteran whose owner was killed in combat.

Weekend Roundup

ANC News

On Monday, November 1, ANC2E held its November session. At the meeting, Commissioner Ed Solomon acknowledged a crime ...

Stewart and Colbert Restore Sanity and/or Fear on the National Mall

A warm-up performance by The Roots and John Legend, a collective seismic jump led by Discovery Channel’s “Mythbusters”, and ...

Autumn in the Eastern shore

With November upon us, many living in the District will participate in the annual fall exodus. On the weekends, Washington residents retreat to their preferred autumnal sanctuaries. Resorts and B&Bs throughout Maryland and Virginia play host to those reveling in the year’s most mild and fleeting weather. Such traditional draws are a staple of the autumn spell.

Weekend Roundup, October 22

Compiled by Dave Nyczepir | Oct 22, 2010

Arena Stage Grand Opening Celebration 10/23/10

Arena Stage is officially opening the Mead Center for American Theater on ...

B&B Highlights: Maryland and Virginia

Washington residents have a variety of options when it comes to fall travel. From the colonial environment of Williamsburg to the bucolic feel of Middleburg, each place has a character all its own. Bed and breakfasts have a way of bottling their locale’s essence. All it takes is finding the one that piques your interests and heading out on the tree-lined road to get there. A visit to any of these remarkable destinations will make this autumn unforgettable.

Bartleby's Books: An Institution Gone Too Soon

Given the tumult of activity up and down M Street, it’s always nice to take a detour down one ...

Jewish Literary Festival Approaching

The 12th Annual Hyman S. & Freda Bernstein Jewish Literary Festival will run from October 17 to the 27 throughout DC ...

Weekend Roundup, September 24

Compiled by Dave Nyczepir | Sep 24, 2010

Mid-Atlantic Red Fruit Festival: 9/24/10

Today marks the launch of the first-ever Mid-Atlantic Red Fruit Festival, hosted by ...

The Washington International Horse Show

At this moment, equestrians worldwide eagerly await a letter bestowing the honor of competing in D.C.’s 52nd Annual Washington International Horse Show (WIHS). For many riders, the summons will not come. Yet, between October 26th and 31st, 500 elite-level riders will enter the ring at the Verizon Center, vying for prize and prominence.

School Without Walls Awarded 2010 National Blue Ribbon

Last Thursday, School Without Walls, the D.C. magnet high school, was named a 2010 National Blue Ribbon School. This ...

DC Water Continues Commitment to Chesapeake Bay

Recently, the District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority (DC Water) and United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) agreed to ...

The Georgetowner Hosts Final Mayoral Forum between Fenty and Gray

Fenty, Gray, and unlikely candidate Leo Alexander, duke it out for the last time before Tuesday's primary election. The questions ranged from citywide issues to specific concerns about Georgetown's ruthless parking enforcement. Here's your last chance to hear the agendas and political platforms of the city's Mayoral hopefuls.

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