Saturday's weather did not stop the Taste of Georgetown or eager foodees from the scene on K Street near the Georgetown waterfront.
Perhaps the most famous movie about Georgetown will be commemorated Oct. 30 by a special plague at the so-called Exorcist Steps at 36th and M Streets.
It's a yearly food favorite -- the Taste of Georgetown -- and show offs the town's culinary best on K Street at the waterfront on Saturday.
“Light the City — Georgetown,” a community celebration of unity and faith, was held the evening of Sept. 12, beginning with ...
The iconic sign for the former Georgetown Theater was returned to its proper place at Wisconsin Avenue and O Street ...
Perhaps the most famous movie about Georgetown will be commemorated Oct. 30 by a special plague at the so-called Exorcist ...
Cycle Life, the upscale bicycle shop and smoothie bar at 3255 K St. NW, has been closed since earlier this ...
The Georgetown Business Association met Sept. 16 at the Bank of Georgetown's rooftop to celebrate the hometown bank's 10th birthday.
Georgetown does its part on Friday for Park(ing) Day with spaces in front of Baked & Wire, Luke's Lobster and the Urban Institute.
She's our community organizer: Georgetowner Frida Burling turned 100 on Sept. 16.
The life of Georgetown University's beloved Rabbi White will be celebrated at a memorial service Sept. 20 at Gaston Hall.
For Georgetown, Britches of Georgetowne was a sign of very classy taste in clothing, and Rick Hinden is bringing it back for the 21st century.
King Salman of Saudi Arabia held court at the Four Seasons, as he visited President Barack Obama at the White House—and people in and around Georgetown knew that too well for three days.
In: Free People, Max Fox Taproom, Peet's Coffee and Club Monaco. Out: Benetton, Bandolero and Hudson Trail Outfitters. Plus: Beasley Real Estate opens at Palm Beach office.