Robert Devaney

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.

CAG's 'Georgetown After Dark' Shimmers

The Citizens Association of Georgetown held its annual gala, “Bar 1878: Georgetown After Dark,” Oct. 23 at the Four Seasons ...

Bowling for—and Hope for Henry

Hope for Henry—a non-profit set up to offer children with cancer a more normal living situation (with fun and ...

ANC Report November 4, 2015

The Georgetown-Burleith-Hillandale Advisory Neighborhood Commission (ANC 2E) held its monthly meeting Nov. 2. The following is a selection of decisions ...

Business Ins and Outs

IN: SoulCycle Opens

SoulCycle, “the country’s full-body indoor cycle workout,” as the company describes itself, has continued its Washington ...

Restaurant News: November 4, 2015

Tadich Grill Family Drama Comes to Light

The daughter of one of the owners of San Francisco’s famed Tadich ...

Halloween in Georgetown Keeps It a Little Crazy: At Least 5 Muggings

Georgetown keeps its Halloween mojo going with revelers out and about, but five street robberies—one with a gun—took the fun out of it for a few.

The Exorcist Steps Get Official Recognition the Day Before Halloween

On Friday, the landmark Exorcist Steps in Georgetown will get official recognition by Washington, D.C, in a special plaque dedication with hundreds expected to attend.

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