Robert Devaney

Georgetown BID Taps EastBanc Exec As Its New CEO

Joe Sternlieb leaves local real estate player, EastBanc, to head the Georgetown Business Improvement District.

Business Group at EagleBank for End-of-Summer Networking

Business leaders met at Eagle Bank Sept. 19 to get ready for the busy season ahead.

Tony & Joe’s Celebrates 25 Years

Tony Cibel knows how to throw a party, inviting old friends and some new ones, offering all kinds of seafood ...

Human Bones Discovered at Q Street

Someone call the Jeffersonian, and get Dr. Temperance Brennan on the case. It might make a great TV show. Name ...

ANC Report: Rats, Cameras, Police

Here are highlights from the Sept. 4 meeting of Advisory Neighborhood Commission 2E:

Marvelous Market, the food specialty shop at ...

T.J. Maxx, HomeGoods Coming to Georgetown Park?

A Vornado Realty Trust retail opportunity flyer, obtained by the Georgetown Metropolitan blog, had the neighborhood’s attention over the ...

Drybar to Open Oct. 19

Less than a month to go before its Oct. 19 opening, Drybar -- at 1825 Wisconsin Ave., N.W. -- is now ...

Annie Creamcheese Leaves for L.A.

After seven years, Annie Creamcheese, the vintage clothing store at 3279 M St., N.W., has closed and is moving ...

Pizzeria Uno Closes

Pizzeria Uno Chicago Bar & Grill at 3211 M St., N.W., for more than 30 years has closed its doors ...

Wolf Trap Ball: A Retirement Bash for CEO Terre Jones

The stage was set . . . for a ball, the 2012 Wolf Trap Ball that celebrated the "17 Years of Leadership, Innovation ...

First Baptist Church of Georgetown Celebrates 150 Years

During the same year as the Battle of Antietam and a brutal Civil War, a small, God-loving church was founded in the oldest neighborhood in the nation's capital.

Mayor Gray, DDOT Officials, Community Leaders to Celebrate Completion of the O and P Streets Rehab Project

They will cut the ribbon tomorrow morning to mark the completion of the O and P Street Rehabilitation Project.

America's Hero Neil Armstrong Honored at National Cathedral

In a stirring and perfectly cadenced service, America said good-bye to astronaut Neil Armstrong at the National Cathedral.

Suitsupply Celebrates 3rd U.S. Store Opening

Suitsupply opened its third U.S. store Aug. 30; the others are in New York and Chicago. Next to the ...

Rev. Moon's Lasting Legacy in D.C.: the Washington Times

Whatever you think of Rev. Moon, at least thank him for not letting D.C. become a one-newspaper town.

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