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Shakespeare Theatre's Kahn to Leave in 2019

The legendary director and acting teacher will reflect on his career at Georgetown Media Group's next Cultural Leadership Breakfast, March 9 at the George Town Club.

Architect David Adjaye: Beyond the Monumental

The latest version of Adjaye's design for the Levy Group's West Heating Plant project will be unveiled at a March 9 meeting at the Four Seasons.

New Director at American Art Museum

Effective April 3, Stephanie Stebich succeeds Elizabeth Broun, who retired last fall after 27 years.

Dumbarton House Offers Hard-Hat Tour, Talk

Closed for a construction project, the Federal-period museum in Georgetown will reopen in April.

Designer Lela Rose Speaks at Antiques Show

More than 430 attendees were at the Jan. 13 luncheon at American University's Katzen Center.

Beard Foundation to Honor Organic Dining's First Lady

Nora Pouillon, owner of D.C.'s Restaurant Nora, will get the foundation's lifetime achievement award May 1.

Miami Provost Named New GW President

Thomas J. LeBlanc will succeed George Washington University President Steven Knapp on Aug. 1.

Guns and Ammo Found Canalside

A seemingly abandoned violin case contained a surprise — and perhaps echoes of James Cagney — for a walker yesterday.

Missing Yoga Teacher Found Dead in Car on M Street; Suspect in Custody

Vigils are being held tonight for the victim, actress and yoga instructor Tricia Lynn McCauley.

GALA's Rebecca Medrano Speaks at Breakfast (Desayuno)

Two of the theater's most anticipated events this season are the annual Fiesta de los Reyes Magos (Three Kings Day) on Jan. 8 and the U.S. premiere of a Spanish-language production of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s 2008 musical "In the Heights," April 20 through May 21.

Events Precede Official Start of FotoWeekDC

The run-up to FotoWeekDC, Nov. 12 to 20, has begun, with events tonight, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.

Watergate Rebirth: 'Swinging Sixties' Designed By Millennials

After purchasing the shuttered Watergate Hotel in 2010 for $45 million in cash, Euro Capital Properties put in about $125 million more and reopened the hotel last spring.

Business Ins & Outs 10-26

In: EagleBank Hangs a Shingle on N Street After closing its former branch at 1044 Wisconsin Ave. NW months ago ...

Keith Lipert Gallery Moving to Canal Square

Founded in 1994, after January the gallery will refocus in its new location on bespoke corporate gifts.

Symphony Head Speaks at George Town Club About 'Year of Transition'

It's Christoph Eschenbach's final season as music director; stepping up is Italian conductor Gianandrea Noseda.

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