Robert Devaney

CAG Art Show Now On: Bigger, Better -- More Fun

Georgetown Arts 2015, the sixth annual visual arts show, run by the Citizens Association of Georgetown, for those who live ...

Rhino Bar Auctioning Off Its Contents

Closing Feb. 28, Rhino Bar is selling off its rhino head, signs from the old bars, Winston's and the Shamrock, and a lot of signed jerseys from famous athletes.

Crumbs & Whiskers Cat Cafe Coming to O Street

As previously reported in the Jan. 14 Georgetowner, D.C.’s first cat cafe is coming to the neighborhood. Crumbs ...

Boomer Foster: Pushing Hard at Real Estate’s Goal Lines

“What makes me tick is my family,” says Boomer Foster. “They are why I get up in the morning.”

For ...

Georgetown’s Future: Dreams and Realities

THE MORE THINGS CHANGE . . .

The Washington watchword is change: change everywhere. Change in Adams Morgan, change in Petworth, Brookland, big ...

Rhino Bar to Close Feb. 28

The legendary Rhino Bar and Pumphouse, popular with Georgetown University students, will close Feb. 28.

Georgetown-Burleith ANC Meets Tonight: Penn. Ave. Bridge Update; Alexander Baptist Church Condos

Advisory Neighborhood Commission 2E will hold its February meeting, 6:30 p.m., Feb. 2, at Georgetown Visitation Preparatory School.

Fillmore School Property Lists for $14 Million

The Fillmore School property, located at 1801 35th St. NW, has been listed for $14 million with TTR Sotheby’s ...

VaporFi to Open Feb. 7

“With sales expected to exceed $2 billion in 2014 and continue growing exponentially, opportunities abound in the exciting e-cig industry ...

Tari to Close Jan. 31

After selling its original store and moving to 1742 Wisconsin Ave. NW, Tari Consignment will close Jan. 31. Everything is ...

Charm

Charm, the jewelry store on M street between 29th and 30th Streets has picked up shop and moved to Bethesda ...

Former Georgetown Univ. VP Linda Greenan Joins Cardinal Bank

Some people just aren’t the retiring type. Linda Greenan is known around town for her work, before she retired ...

Nobu Coming to West End?

If the District has indeed become a hub for top-notch restaurants, the D.C. arrival of Nobu, one of the ...

Phil Mayhew (1934-2015)

A good neighbor, classic Georgetown gentleman and friend of The Georgetowner, Philip Mayhew died of cancer Jan. 9.

Born in ...

GBA Seeks to Work More Closely With Other Georgetown Groups

"We each have our own niche," said new Georgetown Business Association President Charles Camp of Georgetown groups. "We can work together."

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