Robert Devaney

CAG Art Show Bursts at House of Sweden

The fourth annual Georgetown art show opened at the House of Sweden with a festive Feb. 7 reception which once ...

Benedict XVI to Resign: a Stunning and Humble Act

The pope's announcement on his intent to resign by the end of February surprised the world and its more than one billion Roman Catholics.

NEWS ROUND-UP: Muth Hospitalized, Taxing Cupcakes and Which Georgetown Cuddler?

Still in the news: the imaginary military officer Albrecht Muth, the Georgetown Cuddler . . . and cupcakes.

Ins & Outs

Billy Reid Clothing Store Coming to M Street Billy Reid, the men’s and women’s clothing store with Southern ...

Park Service Puts Boathouse Area Up for Bid; Jack's Attorney to File Complaint by Friday

The National Park Service has reviewed its temporary halt to an eviction of Jack’s Boathouse and wrote to Jack ...

Kennedy Center Unveils Bold, $100-Million Expansion

In a bold, interactive plan, which links people, gardens, river, president and the performing arts, the Kennedy Center announced its ...

Redskins Legend John Riggins Headlines ProFish Benefit at Tony & Joe's

If you can't beat 'em, eat 'em.

That was the theme of ProFish's Annual Invasive Species Benefit Dinner ...

Nats Fest Introduces President Taft, Brings Back the Love

Nats Fest was a love fest of fans, players and baseball. And hail to the chief: William Howard Taft has joined the Racing Presidents at National Park.

Business Group Kicks Off 2013 at the George Town Club

At the George Town Club Jan. 16, the Georgetown Business Association kicked off its 2013 activities with a lively reception.

Bidding on West Heating Plant Set to Begin Jan. 18

After months of waiting and planning, developers are set to bid on the government's West Heating Plant on 29th St -- one of the last large properties in Georgetown fit for commercial use.

Jack’s Boathouse Eviction Paused; Owner Fights to Stay

The National Park Service has put on hold the termination of its lease with Jack’s Boathouse, the popular canoe ...

Georgetowner Benefit Raises Thousands for Senior Center

The Georgetowner’s Holiday Benefit and Bazaar, held at the George Town Club, Nov. 29, attracted a great crowd and ...

Postal Worker Meets President

U.S. postal worker Gary Varner ran into former President Bill Clinton as he made his rounds on the afternoon ...

Disgruntled ‘Vet’ Threatens to Jump, Causes Gridlock

Just before 5 p.m., Key Bridge was completely shut down for at least three hours Jan. 8, as police ...

Caps Guy Is Back, Overlooking the River

Almost as soon as the inflatable Santa Claus left the roof of his Prospect Street house, homeowner Jack Davies inflated ...

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