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GBA Celebrates 40th in Top Style

Photos by Patrick G. Ryan. Robert Devaney | Jun 22, 2016

The Georgetown Business Association, founded in 1976 to promote businesses in D.C.’s oldest neighborhood and work with the ...

Watergate Hotel Fetes Its Luxury, History

Photos by Paul Morigi/Getty Images for the Watergate Hotel Robert Devaney | Jun 22, 2016

Jacques and Rakel Cohen of Euro Capital Properties, owners of the Watergate Hotel, celebrated its grand reopening June 14, following ...

Georgetown Business Association Celebrates 40th in Top Style

The GBA's 40th anniversary party atop the Rosewood had an enthusiastic lineup of business friends old and new — and Mayor Muriel Bowser.

Promising the Return of Luxury, the Watergate Hotel Opens June 14

Get ready, Washington: the Watergate Hotel is bringing sexy — along with luxury and 1960s stylings — back, honoring its scandalous history and modern architecture.

After Malia's Graduation, Obamas Lunch at Cafe Milano

Malia Obama graduated from Sidwell Friends School this morning and decided to bring her family and friends to Cafe Milano ...

ANC Report: ‘Grave Doubts’ About DC Water Project

At its May 31 meeting, Ron Lewis, chairman of the Georgetown-Burleigh-Hillandale Advisory Neighborhood Commision 2E, called for a halt to ...

Friends of Volta Park: 20 Years Strong

“It was an opportunity to fix up the park,” says John Richardson, founder of the Friends of Volta Park, matter-of-factly ...

Bank of Georgetown Reopens as United Bank

The Bank of Georgetown is no more. The $269 million acquisition by United Bankshares, Inc., was completed over the weekend.

Georgetown Theater Building to Celebrate Grand Opening June 2

After years of planning and work, a classic Georgetown building is reborn — and set to bring a renaissance to a mediocre stretch of Wisconsin Avenue.

Georgetown's Frida Burling Dies at 100

One of Georgetown's oldest and noted citizens, Frida Burling, died May 26 at her Washington, D.C., home, surrounded by her family.

Born Deaf, 11-Year-Old Arrives in D.C. for the National Spelling Bee

During his D.C. stay, Neil Maes — who uses cochlear implants to hear — visited, appropriately, the Georgetown nonprofit of Alexander Graham Bell, teacher of the deaf.

Business Group Touts Hometown Innovation, Inventor Alexander Graham Bell

Georgetown Business Association members met at the Volta Bureau on 35th Street, home of AG Bell, which aims to welcome more guests during its 125th anniversary.

At Its 88th, Georgetown Garden Tour Impresses

Georgetown gardens were opened on Saturday for the 88th year — with the weather cooperating and a steady stream of delighted visitors.

Yes, WHCD Has Peaked: ‘Obama Out’

More or less, it started Thursday at Gloria Dittus’s house with Women & Journalists Awards, the Tinder-Independent Journal Review party ...

D.C. Flooded With Parties for White House Correspondents' Week

Here are a couple dozen worth attending

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