Marie Loiseau

District Council Votes for Big Minimum-Wage Raise

The D.C. Council raised the minimum hour wage for all in several steps over the years to $11.50 by 2016.

At Georgetown, John Kerry, Hillary Clinton and Laura Bush Urge Continued Support for Afghan Women

An impressive line-up of leaders and speakers at Georgetown University's Gaston Hall rallied for Afghan women, especially after the U.S. military leaves Afghanistan next year.

Draft’s Defensive Team: Lung Cancer Awareness

Former Redskins linebacker joins the battle against lung cancer with the Chris Draft Family Foundation and Team Draft.

For New Gallery, Proof Is in the Artist

An gallery for emerging artists has opened in Georgetown's happening little lane, Cadys Alley.

A New Way to ‘Vanquish’ Stubborn Body Fat

DC Derm Docs showed off a new technology that melts fat in the body during an office reception downtown.

Stop! Thief! On a Bike?

Stay alert, people: there has been a bicyclist robbing pedestrians of their mobile devices.

SweetFrog Yogurt Opens on Wisconsin Avenue

Add another frozen yogurt shop to your taste list: this one is the widely anticipated sweetFrog Yogurt, now at Wisconsin Avenue and S Street.

Watch for Road Closures During the Marine Corps Marathon

Get up early to support the Marathon Corps Marathon, which runs through the town this Sunday morning.

‘New Europe’ Restaurant in Town: Capitol Prague

Georgetowners craving a modern twist on Europe’s cuisines need go no farther than the intersection of M and Potomac ...

Living In Pink: Michele Conley

Michele Conley speaks lovingly of her “phenomenal” friends, a couple who have adopted four young, in-need children. She gushes at ...

Chef Duo, the Shields, to Set Up Restaurant on Potomac Street

Another restaurant looks to arrive in Georgetown -- this time, culinary duo John and Karen Shields from Virginia.

Taste of D.C. and Other Eating and Tasty Challenges

With Taste of D.C. and Ben's Chili Bowl on stage, a Pho Challenge in Glover Park and more, your taste buds will be busy.

FAD Georgetown Seeks to Become Perennial Fad

This weekend, fashion and arts will take over the neighborhood of Georgetown, thanks to the Georgetown Business Improvement District. The ...

Teal Tease

As days get darker, homes get more colorful. Hints of teal and yellow will give a refreshing feel to any ...

Georgetown BID to Host Final Georgetown 2028 Community Forum

The Georgetown Business Improvement District hosts its final Community Engagement Meeting regarding Georgetown 2028.

Sun, 28 May 2017 12:29:03 -0400

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