Robert Devaney

Illusions of Georgetown

After Ispa for Hair closed at the beginning of February, a new comer is already on the scene at 1629 ...

Amazon Andes Clothing Store

The clothing, jewelry and accessories boutique, Amazon Andes, at 1419 Wisconsin Ave. NW, is closing. Discounts are being offered, especially ...

French Market Returns, April 24 and 25

A springtime tradition, the 12th annual Georgetown French Market will return to the Book Hill neighborhood Friday, April 24, and ...

Martin’s Holds Its Annual Thank You

Martin’s Tavern, established 1933, threw its annual employee and customer appreciation party Feb. 17, as chef Gregorio Martinez brought ...

Capella Heralds Chefs

The Georgetown Capella held a preview party for its clients, friends and neighbors Feb. 11 and formally introduced chef Frank ...

Children’s National: Helping Kids Beat Cancer

The Seventh Annual Heroes Curing Childhood Cancer Gala -- raising a record-breaking $722,130 -- was held at the Four Seasons Feb ...

Oscars 2015: 'Birdman' and Partying With Friends

Her annual Oscars excursion to the warm West Coast had Elizabeth Webster, Director of Business Outreach for At-large Councilman Vincent ...

Georgetown Library Closed for 3 Weeks Because of Burst Pipe

Because of the cold, a sprinkler pipe burst Feb. 13. Water slightly damaged the Peabody Room with its historic collection of Georgetown artifacts on the top floor and leaked to the lower floors of the Georgetown Neighborhood Library on R Street.

Arnaud de Borchgrave, Legendary Newsman, Dies at 88

The debonair Washington newsman Arnaud de Borchgrave, former editor-in-chief of the Washington Times and foreign correspondent for Newsweek for 30 years, died Feb. 15.

CAG Art Show Now On: Bigger, Better -- More Fun

Georgetown Arts 2015, the sixth annual visual arts show, run by the Citizens Association of Georgetown, for those who live ...

Rhino Bar Auctioning Off Its Contents

Closing Feb. 28, Rhino Bar is selling off its rhino head, signs from the old bars, Winston's and the Shamrock, and a lot of signed jerseys from famous athletes.

Crumbs & Whiskers Cat Cafe Coming to O Street

As previously reported in the Jan. 14 Georgetowner, D.C.’s first cat cafe is coming to the neighborhood. Crumbs ...

Boomer Foster: Pushing Hard at Real Estate’s Goal Lines

“What makes me tick is my family,” says Boomer Foster. “They are why I get up in the morning.”

For ...

Georgetown’s Future: Dreams and Realities

THE MORE THINGS CHANGE . . .

The Washington watchword is change: change everywhere. Change in Adams Morgan, change in Petworth, Brookland, big ...

Rhino Bar to Close Feb. 28

The legendary Rhino Bar and Pumphouse, popular with Georgetown University students, will close Feb. 28.

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