November 16th, 2011 Issue

“A Song for the Horse Nation”

“A Song for the Horse Nation”

In the pictorial lexicon of American history, there is perhaps no image more potent and quixotic than the archetype of ...

Business Ins & Outs

Business Ins & Outs

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

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

Across the Cutting Board

Across the Cutting Board

My grandparents taught me never to waste food. Raised in the Great Depression and ushered into adulthood through World War II, food shortages and rationings were ingrained somewhere deep within them. As food became more plentiful, their habits of conservation never changed, and by the time I was a pitter-pattering little nuisance, what I most looked forward to when visiting them was the fridge full of leftovers...

Chef Scott Drewno is The Source

Chef Scott Drewno is The Source

Chef Scott Drewno is the man behind Wolfgang Puck’s The Source, adjacent to the Newseum in Penn Quarter. On ...

Cocktail of the Week

Cocktail of the Week

As far as acclaimed drinking establishments in Washington D.C., one place stands the test of time over all others ...

Georgetown Observer, November 16, 2011

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 ...

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