The scene: Gaston Hall in the Healy Building at Georgetown University; a Nov. 12 lecture hosted by the Georgetown McDonough ...
Sprinkles does its small part to assist Hurricane Sandy relief with red velvet cupcakes for Red Cross donations.
U2's Bono speaks at Georgetown University's Gaston Hall as part of the Georgetown McDonough Global Social Enterprise Initiative in partnership with Bank of America.
The 2012 Georgetown Gala, “Putting on the Glitz,” and put on by the Citizens Association of Georgetown, returned to the ...
Bowling, Bocce Coming to Georgetown Park That bowling might be going to Georgetown Park was first reported at a meeting ...
Rigo Landa of Georgetown Hairstyling, the classic, old-school barber shop at 1329 35th St., NW, will officially retire Nov. 8.
At the ANC meeting Oct. 31, the O and P Street Project was praised. A new live-music venue and eatery at 34th and K streets announced its plans.
Did you see Michael Jackson, the Jedi knight, the mellow Darth Maul, the V-for-Vengeance crew in front of the bank and President Barack Obama? And President John Kennedy? Only in Georgetown -- with our friendly but firm Metropolitan Police.
The floodgates are up at Washington Harbour. With Tony & Joe's and Nick's Riverside Grill just re-opening after 18 months due to an April 2011 flood, there was concern for the revamped restaurants and the soon-to-open ice skating rink at the Potomac River complex.
Once again, the Georgetown Gala, a benefit for the Citizens Association, got residents, business leaders and politicians talking, singing and dancing at the Russian Embassy.
Buffalo Exchange to open in Georgetown on October 27.
The Georgetown restaurant scene keeps getting brighter: Fabio Trabocchi plans to open a seafood place at Washington Harbour, and Michel Richard plans to re-open Citronelle.
The Georgetown Business Association enjoyed a reception Oct. 17 at Degrees Bistro in the Ritz-Carlton with autumn-inspired drinks.
Check out what's opened and closed in Georgetown recently.