Georgetown Boathouse Plans Still Stalled

June 18, 2013

Money can’t buy everything, particularly the approval of the National Park Service to build new boathouse in the C&O Canal National Historic Park in Georgetown. The University has already spent around $1,000,000 on lobbying efforts in an attempt to sway …

Lacoste Gives Back


Lacoste is holding a company-wide polo shirt exchange from now until June 21st. Anyone who donates a gently used polo to the store will receive 20% off any full price item. In addition, for every shirt collected, $10 will be …

ESPN Zone Scheduled to Close


 

 

-The beloved and popular sports bar and restaurant, the ESPN Zone, owned by Walt Disney Co., has scheduled to close down its Washington, Baltimore, Chicago, Las Vegas and New York locations on Wednesday, June 16 the Washington Post …

DC2NY Bus Goes to the Beach


 

 

-The Washington Post reported cost-efficient DC2NY bus that offers easy transportation to and from Manhattan and D.C. will now be running to the Delaware Beaches of Rehoboth and Dewey for the summer. The bus began this route on …

Capital Fringe Festival Has its Act Together

November 3, 2011

 

 

-Where can killer robots, remnants of the 1968 riots, a magician and tales of love, family and valor be found? At the 2010 Capital Fringe Festival, of course.

The festival, running July 8 through July 25, will celebrate …

Georgetown Wing Co. Opening Week


 

 

-Georgetown Wing company opened its doors a week ago above Crepe Amore at 3291 M Street. The restaurant offers wings, friendly staff and a small bar.

Two Georgetown diners said the the food was good and decently priced. …

Reality TV craze strikes Washington Post


 

 

-The Washington Post has begun to dabble in the reality TV scene with the creation of a new online video series called “I Do! Washington Weddings.” The series, airing every other Thursday, will profile engaged couples living …

1789 Sees Summer Changes


 

 

-Local blog Georgetown Week reports that the famed 1789 restaurant in Georgetown will be changing up its menu until Sept. 15 to match the summer season.

The new menu will include food with local flair such as Virginia …

More trouble for Georgetown Park?

May 23, 2011

The financial troubles of the Shops at Georgetown Park just seem to be getting worse.

The Washington Business Journal reports that the scheduled June 3 auction date for the mall, the second attempt to sell it in a month, was …

Voting in Virginia


 

 

-After the BP oil spill disaster, some citizens are demanding change and action from the government. Today, Virginia residents have the chance to use their voices and express their opinions by voting in the 2010 midterm elections. Voters …