Robert Devaney

Capella So Luxe It Requires Several Debuts

The super-luxe Capella Hotel on 31st Street has been celebrating its debut for more than a week.

Jack's Boathouse Surrenders

After months of conflict with the National Park Service, Jack's Boathouse owner Paul Simkin has made his peace. Jack's will depart its Georgetown shoreline.

Martin's Tavern at 80 with Mayor as Bartender

It is a Georgetown landmark and the oldest family-owner restaurant in Washington, D.C. Martin's Tavern kicked off its 80th anniversary with a party for its biggest fans.

Mayor's 2014 Budget Shows Confidence, Includes Money for Streetcars, Libraries

Whether it is the budget, new businesses or baseball, things are looking very good for D.C.

Blues Alley: Talk of Moving or Staying?

The landmark Blues Alley was the subject of a Washington Business Journal report April 1 that got Georgetowners concerned about its status.

At-large Candidates Meet April 1 at Tony & Joe's

Head to Tony & Joe's April 1 to meet the at-large District Council candidates in the April 23 special election.

Business Group Celebrates Spring at TD Bank

The Georgetown Business Association, which will host an April 1 candidates forum, met March 20 for a networking reception at TD Bank.

American Irish Fund: Irish PM Touts ‘Celtic Comeback’

As per a Washington St. Patrick’s Day tradition, Irish Prime Minister (An Taoiseach) Edna Kenny was in town to ...

Manhole Cover Pops; Cupcake Shop Evacuated

We hope it does not portend the return of manhole fires that plagued Georgetown more than 10 years ago, but a manhole cover popped March 25. The burning smell closed a business and brought out the fire department in force.

Canal Road Repairs to Close Sections This Week and Beyond

During the week and beyond, be alert for Canal Road closures.

Hoyamania Strikes; Bulldog Guards the Hilltop

With the Georgetown University men's basketball team the only local team in the 2013 NCAA Tournament, it is all about the Hoyas in Washington, D.C., and beyond.

Francis I: the Irony of a Jesuit Pope

Pope Francis I is the first Jesuit ever elected to the papacy, which during the 18th century dissolved his religious order. The Society of Jesus was restored after 41 years.

ANC Report: It’s All About Traffic

The March 4 meeting of the Georgetown-Burleith Advisory Neighborhood Commission was standing room only, its biggest of several agenda items ...

Jack’s Boathouse Fight Now Up to Court

The same day the National Park Service announced that B&G Outdoor Recreation of Massachusetts would be awarded the contract ...

Book Hill Benefit, April 10

The Friends of Book Hill Park plan a April 10 party at the 31st Street home of Cheryl and Mike ...

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