Two hundred years on Sunday, Washington's government and military buildings were on fire. The nation's capital was occupied by British forces. A nation's shame and defeat would be reversed in three weeks at Fort McHenry.
The car service Uber launched a grocery service in D.C. this week, testing the quick-delivery business model in upmarket neighborhoods.
If you have been traveling around Georgetown within the last several months, you may have thought to yourself that there ...
The Georgetown Business Improvement District wants to help create parkets around town. The following is from the Georgetown BID:
For those who love rum and love those who love rum, National Rum Day brought a nice mix of people ...
Another Georgetown classic is about to vanish, and another Georgetown classic was about to vanish.
Chadwick's on K Street ...
A women, riding her moped on Connecticut Avenue last week, was struck by a truck. She later died at the hospital.
Chalk up another loss for classic Georgetown restaurants: opened almost 50 years ago, Mr. Smith's will soon close.
A popular oasis of Middle Eastern cuisine, Neyla on N Street will close Sunday but hopes to find another place.
Like those in Paris, locks of love are now on Key Bridge -- but not for long, as D.C. transportation department is cutting them off the railing on Thursday.
It seems like half of Georgetown is under reconstruction half the time. On the list: Duke Ellington School, Hyde-Addison School, Rose Park playground and the old Georgetown Theater.
D.C. Parks to Begin Closing Spray Parks, Outdoor, Children's Pools; Volta, Jelleff Pools to Close Aug. 24
The summer will soon be coming to a close -- with schools opening and public pools closing.
Restaurateur Richard McCooey -- founder of the 1789 Restaurant, the Tombs and F. Scott's -- died Aug. 6. A funeral mass will be held in September at Holy Trinity Church in Georgetown.
Another agreement between a big school and its neighbors was signed Aug. 1 on the lawn of the Duke Ellington ...