Robert Devaney

Meridian Ball Dances Into the Night

The 43rd Meridian Ball at the Meridian International Center off 16th Street gathered guests from the White-Meyer and ambassador-hosted dinners ...

20 Years of Bob Schieffer's 'Face the Nation'

Bob Schieffer's 20 years as anchor of CBS News's "Face the Nation" -- which premiered November 1954 -- was applauded ...

Living In Pink Celebrates Its Cause . . . and Life

With smart, strong women in the Fairmont Washington Hotel ballroom, the fight against breast cancer was on during Living in ...

On Oct. 7, 1954, A Singular Newspaper Made its Debut

Ami Stewart, who worked as a sales representative for the Washington Star, told the Randolph sisters at Little Caledonia, a ...

Jam-packed NOLA Visit Serves Up Many Lessons

Four days in New Orleans to work the exhibitor booth, to attend some seminars and speeches, to take in the ...

GBA Says Farewell to Summer on Annual Boat Ride

Annual event brings business leaders, residents, colleagues and friends together.

D.C. Lobbying Presence in Hollywood During Emmy Awards Weekend

While the words, "The Amazing Race," "Modern Family," "Mad Men," "The Good Wife" and "The Kennedys," read like chapter headings ...

Pie Sisters Coming to M Street's Regency Row at Key Bridge

Just in time for fall, Pie Sisters -- the new name for O'B.Sweet -- starts construction on its M Street pie shop.

Georgetown Waterfront Park, Years in the Making, Opens

Georgetown's newest park finally unveiled.

Accused of Wanting to 'Bomb Georgetown,' Muth Stays in Jail

Murder suspect Albrecht Muth will remail in Jail; next hearing set for Nov. 18.

Between Rain Drops, Fashion's Night Out Parties On

In fashion and theater, the show must go on! Check out pictures from last week's Fashion's Night Out event in Georgetown.

9/11: A Once and Future Unity

The crisp, blue Tuesday morning of Sept. 11, 2001, was deadline day for the Georgetowner newspaper. As editor-in-chief at the ...

The Star-Spangled Banner and Francis Scott Key at Home in Georgetown

Celebrating one of Georgetown's hometown heros.

'Uncommon Furnishings' Comes to Town

A one-of-a-kind home decor store opens on 35th street.

Washington Harbour Proposes Ice Rink; Arthur Cotton Moore Protests New Designs

Plans could be in the works for an ice skating rink on the Georgetown waterfront.

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