Robert Devaney

Ann Nitze Loves Vintage

Philanthropist Ann Nitze arranged a jewelry pop-up at her 28th Street home by Susie Hoimes of San Francisco. The vintage ...

Getting Their Orange On

Friends of Vincent Orange met at the Watson Place home of Johanna and Phil Sfreddo to support his re-election and ...

Paper Moon to Be Eclipsed by Flavio Restaurant

After 31 years on 31st Street, old standby Paper Moon will be renovated to reopen in April rebranded as Flavio Restaurant.

Celebrating Equality and Crafts at House of Sweden

The Embassy of Sweden kicked off 10 years in the House of Sweden with an exhibition on gender equality and a unique show, "Next Level Crafts."

AOL Co-founder Jim Kimsey Dies of Cancer at 76

James V. Kimsey, well known for his business ventures and philanthropy in and around the nation's capital, died March ...

Georgetown Artists on Display at House of Sweden

The artwork of Georgetown artists is now on view at the House of Sweden, 11 a.m. to 5 p ...

Georgetown's Black History Lives Anew at Gaston Hall

A Georgetown University discussion saluted the 25th anniversary of the ground-breaking "Black Georgetown Remembered" and the town's black past and present.

Business ins and Outs

IN: Bar à Vin, at Chez Billy Sud First, in 2012, there was Chez Billy in Petworth. Then, in 2014 ...

José Andrés Offers Halcyon Fellows His Advice — and Spirit

Chef and activist José Andrés exhorts Halcyon Incubator fellows to pursue their dreams — and, yes, mentions Donald Trump a few times.

Scalia's Passing Felt Beyond the Supreme Court

"Ironically, Scalia’s passing comes at a time when the public is craving precisely the type of authenticity that he personified," wrote legal expert Jonathan Turley.

Old Georgetown Board Says No to Heating Plant Demolition

The developers of the West Heating Plant site ran into a brick wall with some harsh decisions by the Old Georgetown Board last week.

An Arena After Party With ‘Conversation’

It was a classic and lively Washington meet-and-greet during the after party for the Feb. 4 opening night of “The ...

Georgetown’s Dining Scene Could Get More Interesting

For Georgetown, it’s not so much that the town competes with downtown D.C., as demonstrated by the fancy ...

Vincent Gray Announces Run for D.C. Council

Former D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray, who lost the Democratic primary in 2014, announced today that he is running for his old District Council seat.

Georgetown Retirement Home to Become Luxury Apartments

The Georgetown, a 92-unit, assisted-living facility at 2512 Q St. NW, will be renovated for use as luxury apartments.

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