With fans counting down the days, the Tombs opened for lunch Sept. 6 with 1789 ready for dinner after a $2-million renovation. On Grace Street, new arrivals are Grace Street Coffee, South Block Juice Co. and SundeVich.
Georgetown University President John DeGioia announced on Sept. 1 the actions that the university will take to engage its history with slavery and engage with descendants in new ways.
I didn’t think I’d stay 36 years,” says James Gilroy, director of Yates Memorial Field House, who has ...
In: Café Milano No. 2 in Abu Dhabi Café Milano, Georgetown’s popular Prospect Street restaurant, will finally get a ...
Café Milano will open its second-ever restaurant in Abu Dhabi, capital of the United Arab Emirates. A September debut is planned. Who's going to the grand opening party?
It sounds likes an Olympic swimming team joke, but the victim told U.S. Park Police he was told at gunpoint to jump into the Potomac and swim.
What is going on here, neighbors ask. A son allegedly stabbed his father to death in Georgetown — and another son-father crime occurred near Children's Hospital on the same day.
In: Fashion’s Rene Ruiz Brings Miami Heat
Rene Ruiz, luxe top-end fashion studio, has set up shop at 2902 ...
At-large Council Member Vincent Orange — who lost the Democratic Primary June 14 —has been chosen by the D.C. Chamber ...
ANC Update: Jeff Jones Retires; Rick Murphy, Jim Wilcox to Run; Lisa Palmer to Challenge Bill Starrels
Another commissioner for the Georgetown-Burleith-Hillandale Advisory Neighborhood Commission has decided not to run for re-election. This time, it is Jeffrey ...
Dixie Liquor, the landmark business at Georgetown's western entrance, has closed for now — but expects a new owner soon.
When Us Weekly reported that the actress would be teaching at Georgetown University in the fall, the university had to step in and say it simply wasn't true.
The attempted sexual assault on 35th Street could involve a serial rapist. Police have increased patrols in the neighborhood.
The Georgetown-Burleith-Hillandale Advisory Neighborhood Commission will undergo major changes for 2017: another commissioner retires; another gets a challenger.
As the new D.C. Chamber CEO, Vincent Orange gets a second job in two weeks — but a few think a conflict of interest could arise with his role on the D.C. Council.