Robert Devaney

Washington Fine Properties Cup

At Virginia’s Gold Cup races, May 5, rider Ross Geraghty and trainer Joseph Delozier are awarded the Washington Fine ...

D.C.'s Unique GI Film Festival Brings Our Warriors Close to Us

The GI Film Festival (GIFF), the nation’s only military film festival, begins Tuesday, May 15, and runs through Sunday, May 20.

Mayor Gray Celebrates Completion of Energy-Efficient Alley Lighting Project

Mayor Vincent Gray today joined officials from the District Department of Transportation (DDOT) and the District Department of the Environment (DDOE) to celebrate the completion of a project to replace alley lights with new energy-efficient, environmentally-friendly lighting fixtures.

Caution: D.C. Council Members Headed to Las Vegas

D.C. government leaders are going to Las Vegas to drum up business for the city. Really. It just looks awkward. It's not, really.

Obama Fired Up With Kindred Spirits at APAICS Gala

President Barack Obama, a Hawaiian, shared the aloha spirit with 1,000 admirers at the 18th Annual Gala for the Asian Pacific American Institute for Congressional Studies May 8.

Garden Tour: Just the Ticket to See Neighbors, Friends and Get Inspired

The 84th Georgetown Garden Tour, held Saturday May 5, showed off eight gardens along with side and back yards of varying scale, cresting at the Allbrittons’ Bowie-Sevier House on Q Street.

Meeting at UDC Tonight on Wisconsin Avenue Work in Glover Park

In response to concerns about the construction work in Glover Park along Wisconsin Avenue, Ward 3 council member Mary Cheh and Terry Bellamy, director of D.C.’s Department of Transportation, will meet with residents in Window’s Lounge at the University of the District of Columbia from 7 to 8:30 p.m., 4200 Connecticut Ave., N.W.

Preppy Pink Party Benefits Komen Race for the Cure

Running and walking enthusiasts, supporters of breast health and breast cancer research and generally fun individuals gathered at Hudson Restaurant on M Street May 2 to support the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure.

White House Correspondents' Weekend

The parties before and after the White House Correspondents' Association Dinner, April 28, are at least half the fun of ...

An Impressive 57th Corcoran Ball

Once again the Corcoran Gallery transformed into an exhibit gala of guests, dinner and dance for its 57th annual ball ...

Nobody's Late for 'Alice in Wonderland' Ball

The Mellon Auditorium glistened with red and gold as dancers celebrated the Washington Ballet's own premiere take on Lewis ...

Georgetown Farmers' Market Re-Opens Wednesday

The Georgetown Farmers Market opens Wednesday, May 2, for its tenth season in Rose Park.

5 Years Ago, Fire Almost Took Down Public Library

During lunchtime on April 30, 2007, a fire nearly destroyed the Georgetown Public Library at R Street and Wisconsin Avenue. That same morning, a fire had swept through Eastern Market, one of Capitol Hill's most popular food, shopping and meeting spots. Today, both buildings have been re-built and made even better.

D.C. Schools Celebrate the Henderson Effect

It has been a noteworthy week for D.C. Public Schools Chancellor Kaya Henderson. She outlined a comprehensive plan for public schools, received an honorary doctorate from her alma mater, Georgetown University, and had six of her schools chosen to receive $4.5 million dollars over three years from Target to improve literacy.

John Edwards: Far From Georgetown Today

John Edwards is currently on trial in Greensboro, N.C., for alleged illegal campaign contributions. Almost one million dollars were supposedly used to cover up his affair and support his mistress and illegitimate child, while his wife suffered (and later died) from cancer.

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