Robert Devaney

Getting Glitzy at the Georgetown Gala

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.

Coming to M Street: Buffalo Exchange, 'New and Recycled Fashion'

Buffalo Exchange to open in Georgetown on October 27.

Fabio Trabocchi to Open Restaurant at Washington Harbour; Citronelle to Reopen

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.

Biz Group Hosts Autumn Reception at the Ritz

The Georgetown Business Association enjoyed a reception Oct. 17 at Degrees Bistro in the Ritz-Carlton with autumn-inspired drinks.

Ins & Outs: Nike Town, Mie N Yu and Drybar

Check out what's opened and closed in Georgetown recently.

News Buzz: Ice Rink, Obamas, Jazz at Evermay

News on the Washington Harbour Ice Rink, West Heating Plant auction and S&R Foundation.

44th Meridian Ball Mixes It Up . . . in a Good Way

Maybe it is because the Meridian International Center encourages global dialogue and international understanding; maybe it is because it is ...

Just Do It: Nike Town Opens Oct. 25

Nike is ready to open its big store on M Street, where once a Barnes & Noble stood.

Washington Harbour Preps Fountain for First-Ever Ice Rink

Washington Harbour's owner MRP Realty says the 11,800-square-foot Washington Harbour Ice Rink will be opening before Thanksgiving.

Ins & Outs 10.3.12

IN: Opening in October -- Jonathan Adler Store at Wisconsin Avenue and N Street. Opening in November -- Farmers Fishers Bakers at ...

Georgetown Park Signs T.J. Maxx, HomeGoods; No DMV

After much discussion in the local media, a Sept. 24 Washington Business Journal story reported that “T.J. Maxx and ...

St. John’s Dedicates Church Organ

The congregation of St. John’s Episcopal Church on O Street dedicated its Casavant Freres pipe organ Sept. 29 “to ...

Tip to Police Led to Arrests on the Street

An anonymous telephone tip to the Metropolitan Police Department led to four arrests on Sept. 17, said Lt. John Hedgecock ...

Tearing Down House OK’d

Here’s something you rarely hear in this historic town: “Tear down that house.” Georgetown’s Advisory Neighborhood Commission (ANC2E ...

Jackson Arts Center Seeks Allies

With its 15-year lease expiring soon, the artists at the Jackson Art Center may have to settle down for a ...

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