Bowser Adjusts COVID Restrictions, Discourages Thanksgiving Travel

November 23, 2020

The limit for outdoor gatherings has been reduced from 50 to 25 people and Indoor gatherings may not exceed 10 people.

Bowser: $100 Million to Help Retail, Restaurants, Hotels, Entertainment

November 19, 2020

Announced on Nov. 18, the Bridge Fund is a $100-million investment in businesses and workers in D.C.’s hospitality, entertainment and retail sectors.

Business Ins & Outs: Rosewood, Pacers, Avery, COVID Tests

November 16, 2020

When the Rosewood hotel, located near the C&O Canal in Georgetown, reopens on Nov. 23, it will also unveil its highly anticipated townhouse accommodations.

Travel Restrictions Tightened for D.C.

November 9, 2020

Effective Nov. 9, would-be travelers to D.C. are required to have a coronavirus test within 72 hours prior to travel, according to an order issued by Mayor Muriel Bowser on Nov. 5. 

Memorial to COVID-19 Deaths: White Flags of Innocence, Not Surrender

October 31, 2020

Artist Suzanne Brennan Firstenberg of Bethesda changes the numerals on the sign regularly. Ruppert Landscape donated its skills to get the Armory Parade Ground installation started.

This Is What Democracy Looks Like

October 28, 2020

We used to roll our eyes at “every vote counts” or “peaceful transfer of power.” But now? Not so complacent anymore.

ANC 2E Contests Offer Neighborhood Perspectives

October 14, 2020

Advisory Neighborhood Commission 2E is like the city council of Georgetown, Burleith and Hillandale. Eight elected commissioners, representing designated sections of the area, meet monthly, providing a forum for community […]

D.C. Begins to Reopen One Small Step at a Time

September 29, 2020

A live entertainment pilot allows City Winery, GALA Hispanic Theatre, the Hamilton, the Kennedy Center, Pearl Street Warehouse and Union Stage to reopen with a maximum capacity of 50.

Opening of D.C. Schools: A Work in Progress

September 14, 2020

D.C. schools are expected to switch over to in-person instruction, at least partially, in the second term, which begins Nov. 9, “if medical conditions warrant,” according to school officials.

With Streateries Added, Outdoor Dining Thrives in Georgetown

August 27, 2020

The pandemic-inspired dining areas, with social distancing in effect, are popping up next to vehicular traffic on M, N and K Streets, as well as on Wisconsin Avenue.