Sometimes, licenses that are not being used get pulled by the Alcoholic Beverage Regulation Administration. Applications will be open for four of them within Georgetown on April 10.
Georgetowner and New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd was introduced by her friend Alec Baldwin March 24 for the Americans ...
The 2014 Leukemia Ball presented by PhRMA—one of Washington, D.C.’s largest non-political, black-ties—raised nearly $3 million ...
The Georgetown Business Association's monthly reception is always good for business -- and a good time at one of Georgetown fine establishments.
It is a game changer, many say. The Wharf in Southwest D.C. will contain residences, offices, restaurants, theaters and a concert hall -- and a marina.
Everybody has a little Irish in them today. The snow only added to the St. Patrick's charm of this day.
Georgetown's range of clothing retail stores, whether affordable or otherwise, continues to expand.
Already part of the Georgetown scene, Under Armour founder and CEO Kevin Plank got a little more involved a few ...
For Vincent Orange, the Democratic mayoral campaign runs through all parts of D.C. And he plans to keep running until April 1.
The condos planned for 36th and Canal Road will have to wait, as the developer's concept gets a thumbs down for being out of character with the neighborhood.
A reception and ribbon cutting was held Feb. 5 at the newest Bank of Georgetown branch, named for its late co-founder Curtin Winsor III.
The seller and buyer of the trophy Wisconsin & M building are two families which know each other: the Heon and the Plank families.
The ANC 2E meeting was moved to Tuesday night at Georgetown Visitation Prep. It includes a visit by Councilman Jack Evans, who is running for mayor.
A 10-day shutdown proves a costly violation for Town Liquors, which was cited for selling alcohol to minors.
Talk about trophy retail: the building at Wisconsin Avenue and M Street was sold by the Heon family, which owned it for 100 years.