Robert Devaney

Even at His Final Resting Place, Ben Bradlee Still Makes Waves

Ben Bradlee was interred Oct. 21, a year after his death, in a new mausoleum at Oak Hill Cemetery that has gotten a few critical remarks about its size and placement.

Business Ins and Outs: October 21, 2015

Sid Mashburn Opens on N Street

Over the weekend, Sid Mashburn opened its doors for the men’s side of ...

When ‘The Exorcist’ Came to Town

During October 1972, “The Exorcist” filmed on location at Georgetown University for a week, part of a stay of about ...

Mount Zion Kicks Off 200th Anniversary Celebrations

As part of its 200th anniversary celebration, Mount Zion United Methodist Church, one of Georgetown’s historic black churches, held ...

Tadich Grill Gets Congressional Blessing

Straight from San Francisco, Tadich Grill opened its first restaurant outside the city where we left our hearts at 1001 ...

Burleith Toasts Its Historic Call Boxes

The Burleith Citizens Association and the Burleith Community Fund celebrated the restoration of five historic fire call boxes Oct. 15 ...

Sid Mashburn Opens on N Street

Stylish clothier Sid Mashburn opened a new store in Georgetown Court on N Street. The women's side, Ann Mashburn, will open soon.

BID Shuts Down Public Safety App, GroupMe

After press criticism and its own review, the Georgetown Business Improvement District closes its GroupMe app account—temporarily—to set new rules to avoid possible profiling.

Historic Black Church to Lead March to Cemetery

This Sunday, join Mount Zion Methodist Church for its march to the old burial grounds—Mount Zion Cemetery—and a libation service and celebration of its people and history.

Rickshaw Rider on Olympic Trek Across World Arrives in Georgetown

After traveling thousands of miles from China, the "Olympic madman" continued his tricycle marathon through D.C. on his way to Rio.

Trees for Georgetown Does Its Fall Fling in Style

The Trees for Georgetown's Sept. 24 Fall Fling was hosted by Tom Anderson and Marc Schappell at their updated ...

22rd Annual Taste of Georgetown Wins the Day

Saturday's weather did not stop the Taste of Georgetown or eager foodees from the scene on K Street near the Georgetown waterfront.

'Exorcist' Steps to Be Commemorated by D.C.

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.

Take a Bite of the 22nd Annual Taste of Georgetown

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’ Begins New Tradition

“Light the City — Georgetown,” a community celebration of unity and faith, was held the evening of Sept. 12, beginning with ...

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