Robert Devaney

Beloved Chef Michel Richard Celebrated for His Cuisine, Joie de Vivre

Family, friends and lots of chefs gathered Sunday afternoon to celebrate the life of one of America's great chefs: Michel Richard.

ANC Rejects DDOT’s One-Side, Zone-Only Parking Plan

A D.C. parking proposal that would have reserved one side of neighborhood streets exclusively for the use of residents ...

Mayor Responds to Reports of Streetlight Outages

Mayor Muriel Bowser swiftly reacted to reports of streetlight outages last month. “We are eager to make our streets safer ...

Good Bye to the Georgetown Canal Boat; Hello to Canal Restoration

Georgetown residents, business persons, local politicians and government officials bid a final farewell Oct. 5 to the barge — called "The ...

Business Ins & Outs 10-12

In: Blue Bottle Coffee on Prospect Street As reported by The Georgetowner June 22, the first Blue Bottle Coffee in ...

Bell's Family of Innovation, Right Here in D.C.

The Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing celebrated its 125th anniversary with a Legacy of ...

Friends of Rose Park Celebrate at Evermay

Friends of Rose Park held its annual gala at beautiful Evermay Oct. 6, thanks to Sachiko Kuno, CEO of S ...

Mount Zion Officially Marks Its Bicentennial

With loud praises to Jesus, Mt. Zion United Methodist Church marked its two centuries in Georgetown at a gala at ...

The Georgetown Club Hits the Big Five-0

The George Town Club thought it would just have a nice, quiet 50th anniversary party Oct. 1. Well — for the ...

AG Bell Celebrates 125th Anniversary

The Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing celebrated its 125th anniversary with a Legacy of ...

Gala Guide: October

OCTOBER 20 Blue Hope Bash The sixth annual Blue Hope Bash, presented by Colon Cancer Alliance and the Chris4Life Colon ...

Farewell to the C&O Canal Boat; Hello to the Canal's Restoration

On Oct. 5, mules Dolly and Eva towed "The Georgetown" to be broken apart near Fletcher's Boathouse. A new boat will be launched in 2018 after work on the canal is completed.

After Attacks on Women, Broken Streetlights Seen as Safety Issue

With at least five sexual abuse or assault crimes reported on the west side of Georgetown, some cite broken streetlights as contributing to the problem.

Park Service to Begin Rehab of C&O Canal; Barge Departs Oct. 5

The beloved canal boat, "The Georgetown," will float away forever Oct. 5 to be broken up at Fletcher's Cove. Work on the C&O Canal will close off part of the towpath for 18 months.

Business Old & New: 1789 and the Tombs Are Back; New Arrivals on Grace Street

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.

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