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The Georgetown Business Association held its monthly reception Nov. 15 at one of the neighborhood's oldest businesses, Georgetown Tobacco, which opened in 1964.
Smith, who died Nov. 12, was known for many things and by many names, notably the “Grande Dame of Dish.” The title “New Yorker” would have pleased her (a Fort Worth, Texan) too.
The half-block was closed in front of the Prospect Street place, D.C.'s best-known spot to see and to be seen, with klieg lights in the parking lot for the occasion. With District Council approval, Mayor Muriel Bowser proclaimed Nov. 10 Cafe Milano Day.
Katy Tur’s book, "Unbelievable," is an account of her almost two years on the hectic, sleepless, heady and sometimes dangerous day-to-day campaign trail covering Trump, the first national network reporter to do so.
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Food & Wine
The French Embassy will celebrate the Beaujolais Nouveau, the National Gallery will launch its Anne Truitt show and American University will welcome Women in Film & Video.
While the food and service are important, the Italian restaurant is known as D.C.'s place to see to be seen — and it touts itself as a "safe-haven for lawmakers and political operatives on both sides of the aisle."
Noah Dan spent his childhood in Trieste, Italy, and founded Pitango in 2007 to recreate the pure and wholesome gelato of his youth. Still...
Thanksgiving week marks the tail end of autumn and the last call for fall flavors before the busy December holiday daze. One flavor that...