Kelly Byrnes

General Assembly: Education for the 21st Century

What is deemed to be the conventional education route may not be for everyone, and adults are following a growing ...

What’s Brewing Down in Northern Virginia?

Loudoun County, Virginia, has no shortage of local breweries, combining water, barley, yeast and hops in ways that are sure ...

Le Décor: Cool Off with Cool Blue Tones

As the dog days of summer reach their peak, stay cool with furniture and décor rooted in cool blue tones ...

Peet’s Coffee to Open Georgetown Shop

Peet's Coffee & Tea, the specialty coffee and tea company that started in Berkeley, Calif., plans to expand to Georgetown, landing at 33rd and M Streets NW.

Benetton Closes Its Georgetown Doors

Sitting at the intersection of Wisconsin Avenue and M Street, Benetton had a major presence in Georgetown and America for years. One Benetton store remains in New York.

At LiLi the First, Women Come First

It has become a frustrating trend that shopping for women’s clothing has turned into a task more daunting than ...

Professionals to Gather for Open House on K Street July 21

Georgetown Professionals holds their monthly happy hour, presented by Summit Commercial Real Estate, tomorrow with food and beverages by Rockland's, and more.

Archaeology Day July 18 to Dig at Yarrow Mamout Site

The Day of Archaeology Festival will dig up both fun and facts at Dumbarton House Saturday, July 18, as well as look at the Yarrow Mamout site on Dent Place.

Bowser Signs Synthetic Drug Act into Law

"The signing today is groundbreaking," said Metropolitan Police Chief Cathy Lanier July 10 of a new D.C. law cracking down on the sale of dangerous, synthetic drugs.

D.C. Protesters to Trump: 'You’re Fired!'

Dozens of protesters gathered July 9 in front of the Old Post Office, the site slated to become the Trump Hotel next year, to join forces against Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.

Bowser Set to Crack Down on Synthetic Drug Sales

Mayor Muriel Bowser plans to sign new legislation that will authorize local police and government officials to “take swifter and stronger action against businesses that sell synthetic drugs."

Arrest Made in July 4 Stabbing in Metro That Left A.U. Grad Dead

Charged in the stabbing death of Kevin Joseph Sutherland in the Metro, Jasper Spires was in police custody on robbery charges a day before the July 4 attack.

Parades, Places, Events to Celebrate the July 4th Weekend

From big events on the National Mall to hometown fun on MacArthur Boulevard. The nation's capital is the perfect place to be on America's birthday.

No Slowing Down for Zippy Shell

Zippy Shell Incorporated is in for its biggest move yet. Calling itself the fastest growing moving-and-storage company in the nation ...

Confirmed: ‘Will You Marry Me, Jackie?’ Asked at Martin’s Tavern

After decades of being labeled a local legend, a Martin’s Tavern booth is now confirmed to be the official ...

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