Whole Foods Missed, Future Undecided

January 29, 2018

On Jan. 23, Judge Royce Lamberth dismissed motions by both parties in the dispute between Whole Foods and Wical, landlord of the closed Glover Park store.

ANC Monday: Resident Survey, Stormwater, Montrose Park

January 25, 2018

On the agenda: a presentation by the Georgetown Business Improvement District of the results of the BID’s Georgetown Resident Survey.

Town Topics Jan. 24, 2018

January 24, 2018

By Peggy Sands and Robert Devaney Food Truck Scrimmage on T.J. St. It starts about 6 a.m. every morning on the corner of Thomas Jefferson and K Streets, across from […]

Looking Back, Looking Forward in Georgetown

January 10, 2018

With a year that saw a new Duke Ellington School and a Halcyon Arts Lab, we await the reopening of Dumbarton Oaks Gardens and water back in the C&O Canal […]

Pillar & Post Wins Window Contest

January 4, 2018

When voting closed at 5 p.m. on New Year’s Eve, the British-themed antiques and home-décor shop was declared the winner, with 558 votes on the Georgetown BID’s Facebook page.

Online Shopping: An Urban Myth?

December 6, 2017

Most everyone these days believes that online sales — of clothing, accessories, household items and even groceries — are increasing to the point that brick-and-mortar stores are under a Do […]

BID’s Goal: A Safer, Cleaner, Friendlier Georgetown

November 8, 2017

Flower baskets hanging from streetlights … well-maintained benches, tables and blue chairs in and bordering neighborhood parks … clean curbs and sidewalks with little or no graffiti … expanded sidewalks […]

The Wharf Is Great, Georgetown Too

October 25, 2017

The newest retail, restaurant and residential destination in Washington, D.C., the Wharf, was celebrated Oct. 12 at the grand opening of the $2.5-billion project’s Phase 1. The Wharf takes up […]

Ins & Outs

October 11, 2017

By Robert Devaney and Kate Oczypok In: Brandy Melville Hmm, it smells like teen spirit, for sure. A Brandy Melville has set up shop at 3307B M St. NW in […]