Business Ins & Outs: Gold’s Gym, Tinette’s at Bar à Vin
Coming: Gold’s Gym on M St. Gold’s Gym — founded in 1965 by Joe Gold in Venice Beach, California, and now with 700 fitness studios worldwide — is coming to […]
For the Winter Season, Georgetown’s GLOWing Once Again
Despite December darkness, Georgetown’s aglow once again for the holiday season. In “the region’s only free outdoor light art experience,” GLOW has returned to the commercial district for its 8th […]
Weekend Round Up, Sept. 29 – Oct. 2
Another weekend of fun awaits! Enjoy fall fun with Oktoberfest at The Wharf, DC Art Now 2022, some fun interactive exhibits for children and families, and the Chesapeake Film Festival. […]
Vibrant Outdoor Market Pops Up at Georgetown Park
Have you been to Georgetown’s new pop-up? Just in time for summer, Neighbors DC (NDC), a vibrant new weekend outdoor market on East Market Lane at 3276 M Street NW […]
Cultural Leadership Breakfast: Capital Fringe’s Julianne Brienza, June 16
On Thursday, June 16, just five days before Capital Fringe Festival tickets go on sale, Founding Director Julianne Brienza will speak as part of The Georgetowner’s Cultural Leadership Breakfast Series, […]
New Designs for Old Latham Site; More Residential for Georgetown Park
The long vacant site at 3000 M St. NW, which once featured a hotel and a French bakery, got yet another design plan — thankfully, the abandoned crane is gone. […]
Weekend Round Up: 7/8 – 7/11
It feels like we just came off the long Fourth of July weekend, doesn’t it? Good thing another weekend is on the horizon! This week, check out a collaborative art […]
Funky Artists & Fleas to Replace Dean & DeLuca
Once a game-changer, Dean & DeLuca closed in August, leaving the 150-year-old building empty. Owned by the District government, the structure is required by law to serve as a market.
Weekend Round Up October 24, 2019
Plenty of macaroni will get its cheese on in Buzzard Point on Saturday. And it’s your last chance to see “Stormy Weather” at the Atlas and “Fences” at Ford’s.
New Bars, Eateries Near Wisconsin & M
Ready, Georgetown? Here they come: Church Hall for beer, Bluestone Lane for coffee and Reren for lamen (sic).