Robert Devaney

Susquehanna Antiques

Another unique Georgetown business is departing: Susquehanna Antiques at 3216 O St. NW. “Yes, I need to give it up ...

London’s West End Men’s Fashion Comes to Georgetown

On March 20 and 21, Sterling & Burke, the stylish, upscale leather goods and specialty-gifts store on Pennsylvania Avenue, hosted “Bespoke ...

Concerts in the Parks Toasts 2015 Season

Neighbors, volunteers and benefactors gathered at the George Town Club March 12 to cheer the new season of Concerts in ...

Thos. Moser Co. Fetes Return to Washington and Founder’s 80th Birthday

The new showroom for Thos. Moser Handmade American Furniture was celebrated March 19, as guests and clients got to meet ...

Watergate Hotel Marks Topping Off, Set for Summer Opening

With Mayor Muriel Bowser and others on hand, the new owners of the Watergate Hotel promise retro glamour and grand luxury with a $125-million renovation.

Business Leaders Call at Orange Anchor, Spotlight Spotluck

The Georgetown Business Association met up March 18 to talk local business, of course, and enjoy the recently opened Orange Anchor on the waterfront.

130th Gridiron Club Dinner With Comic-in-Chief Obama and Others

The Gridiron Club dinner was held March 14 at the Renaissance Hotel on 9th Street NW with photographers and writers corralled in the lobby. Ironically enough, the event is closed to reporters.

Inaugural Icon of Georgetown Awards Hail Jack Evans, Paul Cohn

The first Icon of Georgetown awards reception at J.Paul's benefited the restoration of the C&O Canal -- a true icon of Georgetown -- along with a new canal barge.

ANC Airs Fillmore School Plans and Concerns

At the March 2 Advisory Neighborhood Commission 2E meeting, neighbors who live near the Fillmore School property at 1801 35th ...

2nd District Cmdr. Michael Reese Retires

Michael Reese, commander of the Metropolitan Police Department’s 2nd District, headquartered at Idaho Avenue NW, has retired. After 30 ...

Four Seasons GM Departs

General manager Dirk Burghartz has departed the Four Seasons Hotel on Pennsylvania Avenue to run a Four Seasons resort in ...

Thos. Moser Back By Popular Demand

Thos. Moser Cabinetmakers will return to Georgetown March 20. After closing in June 2012 following a 10-year run at the ...

Yarrow Mamout: African American History on Dent Place

The property at 3324 Dent Place NW was the home – and possibly the final resting spot – of Yarrow Mamout (c ...

Historic Neams' Property Gets N.Y. Owner

Home to a legendary Georgetown food market, the Neams' property, empty for almost a year, has found a buyer

Georgetown Takes a March Snow Day

A March 5 snow storm shut down Georgetown, Washington, D.C., and the entire region, along with half the East Coast.

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