Robert Devaney

Halcyon House Signs $11 Million Contract With Evermay's Owners

Ryuji Ueno and his wife, Sachiko Kuno – founders of S&R Foundation and new owners of the Evermay Estate on Georgetown's east side, purchased for $22 million in July – have signed a contract to buy Halcyon House for $11 million. The listing agent Mark McFadden of Washington Fine Properties spoke with the Georgetowner Newspaper and would only tacitly confirm that Ueno and Kuno and their S&R Foundation have made an offer.

Beresniovas Elected New GBA President

On Nov. 16, the board of directors of the Georgetown Business Association elected its officers for 2012 and held its networking reception at F.Scott's restaurant on 36th Street.

Business Ins & Outs

IN: Oui: Paul Bakery and Café to Open Officially Nov. 21

Say "bonjour" to the new bakery-café near the corner ...

Georgetown Observer, November 16, 2011

The Final Bell? Zoning Hearing on G.U. Campus Plan, Nov. 17

The punch counter-punch continues between the university and ...

U.S. Attorneys, Police Address Neighborhood Meeting

One day after Halloween when D.C. endured six shootings – including the shooting along the 2800 block of M Street, N.W., of a 17-year-old boy, who remains in George Washington University Hospital near death – law enforcement officials attended the Nov. 1 meeting of the Georgetown-Burleith Advisory Neighborhood Commission.

Bonhams Sets Up Shop in Georgetown; Celebrates at Cosmos Club

Bonhams Auctioneers and Appraisers -- founded in London 1793 and one of the three biggest international auction houses -- has opened a ...

Georgetown Observer Nov. 2, 2011

Halloween Turns Ugly: Shooting on M, Robbery on N

Georgetown’s Halloween customs of residents greeting young trick-or-treaters at their ...

Georgetown Observer October 19, 2011

OGB Approves Washington Harbour’s Redesigns and Ice Rink

With a few questions on details, the Old Georgetown Board approved ...

Warhol's 'Headlines' Brings Out the Headliners

The pop artist was also a pop editor. Andy Warhol's serious playfulness with the tabloid media, news and society ...

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.

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