Robert Devaney

Boathouse Study Continues at March 3 Workshop

The National Park Service held a March 3 workshop on the future of the non-motorized boathouse zone along the Potomac ...

Evans’ Meet-and-Greet at Lisa and Mike Baly’s House

Despite the downpour on Feb. 29, neighbors stopped by the 35th Street house of Lisa and Mike Baly and their ...

Sexual Assault on 36th, Armed Robbery on N Street

Early Sunday morning, Feb. 26, a female Georgetown University student reported being sexually assaulted on 36th Street, near Holy Trinity ...

U.S. Mint Releases 2012 Star-Spangled Banner Commemorative Coins

Francis Scott Key, a Georgetown resident in the early 1800s, would be so proud, as are we. The United States ...

Citizens’ ‘Stick Up’

Set the scene at a local bank, plan a heist and throw a party a la movie, “The Thomas Crown ...

3rd Georgetown Arts Show Gets Its Close-up

The third annual Citizens Association of Georgetown art show debuted with a Feb. 16 reception at the House of Sweden ...

Zoning Board Decides Not to Decide . . . Yet

The D.C. Zoning Commission has postponed its decision on Georgetown University's 2010-2020 Campus Plan until May. The commission ...

Park Service Sets March 3 Meeting on Boathouse Study

Another Georgetown issue is on the line to generate two sharply divided camps: Should we build another boathouse on the Potomac River? And how should we do it?

Woman Found Dead in Rock Creek, Feb. 18

A body of a female was found Saturday morning, Feb. 18, in the waters where the C&O Canal, Rock ...

Store Owner Arrested for Selling Alcohol to Minors

The owner of Town Square Market on 4418 MacArthur Boulevard, Richard Dan Ki Kim, was arrested Feb. 18, briefly held ...

Matthew Donahue: 1936 - 2012 (Prospect Street)

Georgetown commercial real estate owner and executive Matthew Donahue died Jan. 19. The outgoing Donahue was known for his generous ...

Ins and Outs 2.22.12

A farewell to Antiques of Georgetown, and a hello to Cafe Tu-O-Tu, Suitsupply and Noodles and Company.

President Clinton PBS Documentary Airs Tonight

Public Broadcasting Service's "American Experience" takes on the Clinton years in a four-hour, two-part treatment, which airs 9 p.m., tonight and tomorrow (locally, WETA and WHUT).

Business Group Celebrates Valentine's Day with 'Heart-to-Heart Networking'

The day after Valentine's Day was as good a day as any for the Georgetown Business Association to hold its monthly get-together, calling it a "heart-to-heart networking reception."

Red-Hot Conservative Summit Occupies Deep-Blue D.C.

The hotel teemed with conservatives, many of them young people avidly waving banners, signs and placards, in every nook, coffeeshop, bar, room and speaking room. This was the 2012 gathering of the GOP which just by the look and sound of it was turning into the GOCP—the Grand Old Conservative Party.

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