Robert Devaney

Dog Tag Bakery: We Can Bake It

Dog Tag Bakery's Can-Do Spirit Provides Jobs for Disabled Veterans, Along With Sweet and Savory Treats for All

"True ...

Dog Tag Fellows: From Baghdad to D.C.

That fellow at Dog Tag Bakery just might be a veteran who has quite the story to tell. Some are ...

ANC Report: Airbnb; Yarrow Marmout

The Georgetown–Burleith Advisory Neighborhood Commission 2E held its July meeting June 29 to discuss, among other things, home rentals ...

Number One Dog Tag Employee Hails from Marine Corps Family

There are 18 staffers and 11 fellows — 31 in total. The non-profit bakery, which opened at 3206 Grace St. NW ...

At Power Lunch, GBA Salutes Wes Foster and Other Business Leaders

The Georgetown Business Association convened what can only be described as a "power lunch" Wednesday, June 24 at Tony and Joe's for the group's annual leadership luncheon.

Homeless Man Found Dead at Calvert Street

Joel Johnson, 53, was pronounced dead at the scene June 20 in Glover Park. He was stabbed and had other injuries.

Friends of Volta Park Party at Visi Prep

The Friends of Volta Park gathered June 5 at Visitation Prep’s front reception rooms to celebrate and donate to ...

A Daughter's Love Story: the Legacy of Carol Stuart Watson

“The Extraordinary Life and Legacy of Carol Stuart Watson, the Nation’s Capital Illustrator” was the name of Marjorie Young ...

Business Ins & Outs

Circulator Bus Now Runs Through National Mall

Navigating the National Mall is now made easier with a new Circulator bus ...

Cherie Cannon: Memorial at Christ Church June 29

Well-known Georgetowner Cherie Dawson Cannon died May 28 at her Q Street home.

“If you lived in Georgetown during the ...

Lauralyn Lee Thanked by Georgetown

Georgetown University bid farewell to Lauralyn Lee, its associate vice president for community engagement and strategic initiatives, June 4 with ...

Prayers for the Charleston Martyrs and America

America was again shocked, if not yet enraged, after a mass murderer shot nine persons to death in a church during bible study June 17, in Charleston, S.C.

Georgetown Is Looking Good: BID Touts Canal Funds, New Restaurants; Issues Annual Report

For Washington, D.C.'s oldest neighborhood, the numbers and the future look good, as reported at the Georgetown Business Improvement District's annual meeting.

Georgetown Seniors Treated to Special Long & Foster Luncheon

The Georgetown Senior Center got a special picnic lunch June 3 from the Georgetown office of Long & Foster Real Estate & Christie's International Real Estate.

A Happy 78th Birthday Party for Tony of Tony and Joe's

Restaurateur Tony Cibel celebrated his 78th birthday with a full house June 4 at his riverfront restaurant at Washington Harbour, Tony and Joe's Seafood Place.

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