Peter Murray

Glover Park Hardware to Reopen in New Space

Glover Park Hardware owners Gina Schaefer and Marc Friedman announced on March 3 that the store is reopening at a new location on Wisconsin Ave. NW.

Mayor Bowser’s Office Answers Marijuana Questions

Initiative 71 goes into effect on Feb. 26, legalizing marijuana possession and cultivation in the District.

If only it were ...

Georgetowners Stay in Touch with GroupMe

Georgetown residents, police and retailers have come to rely on the Business Improvement District’s GroupMe messaging account to get ...

For Sweet Sixteen, WFP Invests in Tech Edge

With 16 years of success under their belts, Tom Anderson, Dana Landry, Bill Moody and Marc Schappell at Washington Fine ...

Survey Shows Support for Glen Echo Trolley Trail Upgrades

According to a new community survey conducted by the Palisades Citizens Association, local residents support upgrading the old Glen Echo ...

Power Outages, Smoke and Fire Hit Metro, Streetcar Over Snowy Weekend

Problems started Friday morning when the power went out at the L’Enfant Plaza station. Then, smoke caused evacuations at three Metro stations over the weekend.

D.C. the Top City for Music Lovers? Nah.

D.C. needs more reasons for musicians to stay put. A list put out by Condé Nast Traveler meant to throw a curveball at its readers just isn’t going to do it.

Whimsy and Worship: the Eccentric Piero di Cosimo at the National Gallery

The National Gallery’s retrospective makes clear that Piero di Cosimo, despite and maybe even because of his eccentricities, was a masterful painter.

FBI Director at G.U.: Don't Let Police Off the Hook

“I’m not willing to let law enforcement off the hook,” FBI Director James B. Comey said in a speech about policing and race Thursday at Georgetown University’s Gaston Hall.

Urban Turf: Real Estate in Real Time

“A conversation that I thought would last 15 minutes became two hours,” says Urban Turf cofounder Will Smith of his ...

San Fermin: A Symphony Out of a Solo Act

With Ellis Ludwig-Leone at the helm, San Fermin melds classical music with rock ’n’ roll to create lush, manic and ...

City Deficit Grows with Firefighters' Overtime Settlement

A 14-year quarrel about overtime pay for the District’s firefighters is about to come to a head – at the ...

D.C. 'American Sniper' Screening Attracts Bradley Cooper, Political Stars

Bradley Cooper was in town Jan. 13 for a screening of his new film “American Sniper" (and a dinner at Cafe Milano).

Update: P Street 7-Eleven Robbed Twice in 48 Hours

The 7-Eleven on the east side of Georgetown was robbed early Jan. 7, and again at 2 a.m. on Jan. 9.

Freeze Hits Local Pinkberrys as Franchisee Files for Chapter 7

The future of D.C. area Pinkberry stores is in question as the local franchisee files for Chapter 7 bankruptcy.

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