Now in preview performances at Arena Stage, “The City of Conversation” — Anthony Giardina’s play about a powerful Georgetown hostess ...
Georgetown always bounces back faster than most places around the city and region. Reliable spots, such as Martin's Tavern or Scheele's Market, always remain open for residents.
"We are very sorry for an inadequate response," Mayor Muriel Bowser Bowser said at Jan. 21 news conference about an ...
The super snow storm of 2016 is almost here—and seemingly shutting everything down over the weekend, even Metro.
The Georgetown Business Association held its monthly networking reception Jan. 20 at Onward Reserve—and is getting ready to celebrate its 40th year.
On Saturday, Down Dog Yoga's Georgetown studio will move to larger digs on 34th Street and plans a weekend celebration that includes special classes, prizes, freebies and goodies.
Five Guys hamburger restaurant at the corner of Wisconsin Avenue and Dumbarton Street will close Sunday, Jan. 24, after years at its Georgetown location.
The old business shuffle continues in the new year—out are places like Jack WIlls and Sweet Frog. The big news, however, is the end of the Georgetown liquor license moratorium.
HomeGoods, the home furnishings store which is part of the T.J. Maxx family, will depart its M Street space in Georgetown.
After a seven-hour standoff Jan. 4, a man in "crisis" peacefully surrendered to the Metropolitan Police Department, which did not release his name to the public and said little else to the public.
Ri Ra Irish Pub at 3123 M St. NW has been shut down by the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board Jan. 4 through Jan. 12 for "Sale to Minor Violation."
After its many dark years, the old Georgetown Theater property is set to become a mixed-use building that will elevate the neighboring businesses.
Just in time to bring in 2016, the iconic sign for the former Georgetown Theater at Wisconsin Avenue and O ...
The Georgetown Business Association, representing businesses throughout all of Georgetown, issued its position letter Dec. 28 and called for a total end to Georgetown's liquor license ban.