The Citizens Association of Georgetown met May 17 at Dumbarton House on Q Street to elect its officers, hand out its community awards and hear from Ward 2 Councilman Jack Evans, who discussed the Mayor's proposed budget and his own opposition to tax increases.
Another pizza joint might be coming to the corner of 34th and M Streets, in the old Philly Cheesesteak spot, once home to the legendary Cellar Door. It will be called Fuhggetaboutit New York Pizza.
D.C.'s Newsbabes lit up the Collonade Room May 17 at the Fairmont Hotel, all to benefit the fight against cancer, to meet friends and colleagues and to make some guys smile
The Georgetown Business Association held its monthly meeting, May 18, at one of D.C.'s oldest marketplaces, which has housed one of Georgetown's high-end food and wine businesses, Dean & Deluca, for almost two decades.
After a few preview parties, Sax, the new haughty, naughty restaurant in the old Posh space at 730 11th Street ...
Never failing to impress, the 56th Annual Corcoran Ball -- hosted by Tammie Collins -- shone through rich colors, classic settings and ...
The Georgetown Business Association celebrated its new media outlet -- "Out & About" -- a venture with the website, Georgetown Dish, in Cady ...
The Georgetown House Tour is one of the most historic events to happen in Georgetown and with sponsors such as Washington Fine Properties, this years House Tour remained a huge success. Washington Fine Properties was once again the sole corporate benefactor of this years event, and with their help, St. John's Church can continue their mission of supporting the members of this community.
The parties before and after the White House Correspondents' Association Dinner at the Washington Hilton, April 30, grabbed the attention ...
Prospect Street residents whose backyards would be almost level with the top of the proposed Key Bridge Exxon condo on M Street are not feeling the love from their Advisory Neighborhood Commission, to say nothing of the developer EastBanc, which presented its redesign of the project after scrutiny by the Old Georgetown Board at the May 2 ANC meeting.
Leaders of the aging-in-place Georgetown Village met with an overflowing hall of neighbors at the Georgetown Presbyterian Church on P Street on April 26 to discuss their nonprofit service helping elderly neighbors stay in their homes. The group has 57 members pledged and needs 47 more to hit its goal of 100 to get the service up and running.
The Citizens Advisory Council for the Second District of the Metropolitan Police Department will hold its Police Appreciation Luncheon on May 11, "to show the officers and staff of the Second District Police Force how much the community appreciates the work they do protecting our neighborhoods against crime."
Some Georgetown residents have heard loud booms as early as 6:30 a.m. recently. The sounds are from World War 2 era howitzers used for ceremonies at Fort Myer and Arlington Cemetery. Seems the army turned the guns around the other way and pointed them towards D.C. after Arlington residents had been complaining.
Prince Charles of Britain is speaking at Georgetown University’s Gaston Hall on May 4 at a conference on sustainable agriculture, part of his work with organic farming and the natural world.