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Interior Designer Zoe Feldman Updates the Classics

his summer, interior designer Zoe Feldman moved into a loft space above The Georgetowner’s office at 1054 Potomac Street ...

Framed for Fashion

Those who love fashion are quick to associate it with fine art.

Something’s Brewing in Virginia

It’s hard to believe that summer is really winding down. One of the best things about summer dining is pairing a seasonal beer with seafood or barbecue.

One Georgetown Student’s View of His Neighbors

I will remember my graduation day as one of the happiest of my life. Receiving my diploma onstage in front ...

Key to Georgetown Parking: Creativity

It is not surprising that a considerable chunk of my commute is the series of laps around Georgetown I have ...

Georgetown’s Cake Boss

When Furin began working at the family business at the age of 13, the cakes were always more traditional, shaped like circles or rectangles. Over the years, shows like “Ace of Cakes” and “Cake Boss” inspired customers to ask for more exciting shapes.

Loudoun County Goes Fresh

As a high tech hydroponic agribusiness, it may not surprise you that the idea behind Endless Summer Harvest came from ...

Ice Rink Could Come to Washington Harbour

MRP Realty, the company that purchased Washington Harbour last year, is planning a $30 million renovation that includes updated offices ...

Hottest July on Record in D.C.

According to the Washington Post, this July was the hottest month in Washington on record. The average temperature was 84 ...

Georgetown Business Forum displays delicate balance between community and local business

In Georgetown, business always tends to be a balancing act. When your neighborhood is a college town, a high-end retail district, one of the most desirable neighborhoods in Washington, and home to a vibrant nightlife scene, it can be difficult to move around without stepping on anyone’s figurative foot.

Book of Condolences open for signing at Norwegian Embassy

Help D.C. show its support for Norway.

Lindsay Czarniak bids farewell to Washington

Farewell and good luck to former NBC 4 anchor Lindsay Czarniak.

Tour Like a Local, Live Like a Tourist

If you live here, you’ve probably visited all the major monuments on the mall, and maybe a few of the galleries. It can be easy to take so many great resources for granted, though. Cruise through the National Mall on Duck Boat or Segway, or get up close and personal with hundreds of butterflies and other insects at the National Museum of American History.

H Street Streetcars delayed until 2013

Construction has for new streetcars has been under way for two years along H Street but it won’t be until late 2013 until they will be they will be working.

Rehoboth Dining

For years, Rehoboth Beach has been a signature summer getaway for Washingtonians. From the beaches, to the boardwalk, to Funland, Rehoboth Beach offers tons of options for families visiting “The Nation’s Summer Capital.”

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