Robert Devaney

Latham Hotel, Citronelle Contents Up for Auction

Who would not want to own one of Michel Richard’s spatulas or knives?

Due to the renovation and conversion ...

Patriotic Fun Caps Off CAG's Concerts in the Park

For Georgetown children, the July 4th fun continued Sunday with a concert, ice cream and things red, white and blue at Rose Park, thanks to the Citizens Association of Georgetown and sponsors.

Memorial Service for Food Writer Walter Nicholls, July 11

Come and say your final good bye to Walter Nicholls on Friday at the Friends Meeting House on Florida Avenue near Dupont Circle.

Happy Birthday, America! July 4th Events, Places to View Fireworks

Washington, D.C., is one of best places in America to celebrate the 4th of July -- here are prime events and places to see the fireworks.

A Heartfelt Send-Off for Diana McLellan

Washington writer, classy gossip columnist and Capitol Hill resident Diana McLellan was laid to rest in Congressional Cemetery June 28 ...

A Question of Leadership

You hear a lot today about a political leader’s leadership ability, or lack thereof. You hear about what the ...

Obama Speaks at Georgetown Waterfront Park

President Barack Obama brought his motorcade down K Street July 1 and delivered a speech at Georgetown Waterfront Park at ...

ANC Report: D.C. Sold Part of Alley? BID, Dumpsters, Church Re-use

The Georgetown-Burleith Advisory Neighborhood Commission 2E held its July meeting on June 30, discussing the Hyde School construction (coming very ...

Hoyas’ Mascot, Jack, Jr., Turns 1

Jack, Jr., the bulldog, celebrated his first birthday June 29. The mascot-in-training has taken over the job of Jack the ...

Taste of G'Town, Sept. 13

The Taste of Georgetown will return on Sept. 13 and will be held on K Street down near Georgetown Waterfront ...

Now, Das Coffee We Love

Das Ethiopian Restaurant at 28th and M Streets held its Ethiopian coffee ceremony June 21 on the outside patio of ...

Georgetown-Burleith ANC Meets Tonight

At tonight's meeting, meet new advisory neighborhood commissioner Dennis Quinn and learn about the Taste of Georgetown and Corcoran College of Art and Design.

Woman Pulled From River Ruled a Suicide

Found floating just feet from the banks of the Potomac River June 23, the woman, who died later in the hospital, committed suicide.

Marion Barry, His Book Tour and a Unique Media Dinner

Journalists had a unique chance to have dinner with Marion Barry, author of the new book, "Mayor For Life," at Look Supper Club and talk about just about anything.

1914 Model T Pie Truck Takes Drive Through Georgetown

It's not every day one gets to ride in a 100-year-old vehicle, but there it was: the restored Connecticut-Copperthite Pie 1914 Model T delivery truck on M Street.

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