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Wyatt Dickerson, Life of the Party, Dies at 92

The well-known businessman and restaurateur led a life of charm, adventure and accomplishment.

Small Businesses Get Big Encouragement: Georgetown Main Streets Initiative Kicks Off

At the GBA reception, D.C.'s Ana Harvey announced the kickoff of a Georgetown Main Streets program.

Election 2016: New Commissioners, New President

Rick Murphy and Lisa Palmer won the only contested spots for the local ANC. We all know who won the big prize: 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.

Fillmore Arts Program Set to Close, Again

The Fillmore Arts Center, based in Hardy Middle School at 1819 35th St. NW, is again facing closure at the ...

Halloween Muggings Rattle Neighborhoods; Sexual Assault on P Street

Halloween will always be scary in more ways than one — and prowling groups of teens on the street have become a growing problem.

Volta Park Day: Softball, Hot Dogs, Bluegrass Band and Halloween

The celebration, held yesterday, is an annual favorite with all ages, just like the park itself.

Citizens Rock Out at the Four Seasons

"Georgetown Rocks" was the theme of the evening, and the Citizens Association of Georgetown did not disappoint: food, art, music, dancing, friends. The annual shindig had folks rocking and rolling.

GBA Mixes It Up With Real Estate, Finance — and Music and Donuts

The monthly GBA get-together was at the McCabe house. Along with its usual business, there was music — and donuts.

Beloved Chef Michel Richard Celebrated for His Cuisine, Joie de Vivre

Family, friends and lots of chefs gathered Sunday afternoon to celebrate the life of one of America's great chefs: Michel Richard.

ANC Rejects DDOT’s One-Side, Zone-Only Parking Plan

A D.C. parking proposal that would have reserved one side of neighborhood streets exclusively for the use of residents ...

Mayor Responds to Reports of Streetlight Outages

Mayor Muriel Bowser swiftly reacted to reports of streetlight outages last month. “We are eager to make our streets safer ...

Good Bye to the Georgetown Canal Boat; Hello to Canal Restoration

Georgetown residents, business persons, local politicians and government officials bid a final farewell Oct. 5 to the barge — called "The ...

Business Ins & Outs 10-12

In: Blue Bottle Coffee on Prospect Street As reported by The Georgetowner June 22, the first Blue Bottle Coffee in ...

Bell's Family of Innovation, Right Here in D.C.

The Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing celebrated its 125th anniversary with a Legacy of ...

Friends of Rose Park Celebrate at Evermay

Friends of Rose Park held its annual gala at beautiful Evermay Oct. 6, thanks to Sachiko Kuno, CEO of S ...

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