Robert Devaney

Heating Plant Group Wants a Totally New Building

Shuttered for years and an eyesore, the 29th Street property looks to get resurrected with a high-end condominium and public park.

Georgetown Biz Group Celebrates, Greets Mayor

The Georgetown Business Association held its year-end celebration Dec. 9 at the George Town Club — with a big crowd and Mayor Muriel Bowser.

Hometown Favorite Rocklands Celebrates 25 Years

In 1990, Rocklands Barbeque and Grilling Company opened its doors on Wisconsin Avenue in Glover Park location and became — and remains — a hit.

With a New Director, Tudor Place Gets Ready for Its Bicentennial

One of this town’s, Washington, D.C.s and America’s great houses and gardens, Tudor Place, will celebrate ...

Georgetown Heritage Names Terrie Rouse Director

Georgetown Heritage, the new nonprofit “with the mission of promoting and presenting the history of Washington D.C.’s oldest ...

Obamas Serve Thanksgiving Dinner at St. Luke’s on Calvert Street

Joined by friends and extended family, the first family served Thanksgiving dinner to homeless veterans Nov. 25, around 5 p ...

Key Bridge Exxon Robbed at Gunpoint Nov. 21

An armed robber held up a gas station on M Street near Key Bridge and the Exorcist Steps and got away with an undisclosed amount of money Saturday night.

Austin Kiplinger, Journalist, Publisher, Philanthropist: 1918 to 2015

Austin Kiplinger, journalist, cultural leader, historian—and champion of Tudor Place in Georgetown—died of cancer at the age of 97 on Nov. 20

GBA Meets at Paolo's, Learns About D.C.'s Green Infrastucture

Members and guests of the Georgetown Business Association gathered for its annual monthly get-together Nov. 18 at the newly renovated Paolo's Ristorante on Wisconsin Avenue.

Georgetown BID Board Votes to End Liquor License Cap and Moratorium

With a BID first call to end the Georgetown liquor license moratorium, the Citizens Association and local ANC will be next to take on —or out —the long-standing ban.

Business Ins and Outs

Via Umbria: Spectacular Make-over

The Italian food store Via Umbria returns with its Dolce Vita and is having a soft ...

Georgetown University Renames Buildings Tied to Slavery Past

After campus protests, Georgetown University changes the names of two buildings that honored past university presidents who sold 272 slaves, owned by the university, in 1838.

Woodley Park House, Site of Quadruple Slayings, Sold

The house in which three members of the Savopoulos family and the housekeeper were discovered slain in May was sold over the weekend for just over $3 million.

Madda Fella Brings Its Key West Clothes to M Street

Georgetown gets a fun pop-up clothing store with a funny name, Madda Fella, all the way from Key West, Florida.

Bowser Goes to China; Leads D.C. Delegation

In China to tout the benefits of doing business in Washington, D.C., Mayor Bowser met with the mayor of Beijing and U.S. Ambassador Max Baucus.

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