The almost light speed by which we receive the news of events and change is one of the key themes of the decade soon to come to an end.
The guest list to this year’s White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner on Saturday, April 27, at the Washington Hilton was certainly paired down from years past. Chief among the missing […]
Proposal Eyewitness Gets Plaque at Martin’s It was spring of 1953. Marion “Joe” Smoak was nursing a martini at Martin’s Tavern on Wisconsin Avenue in Georgetown and history hit him […]
Capital One Arena Replaces Verizon Center The Verizon Center, a sports and entertainment arena originally known as the MCI Center, became the Capital One Arena on Aug. 9. Monumental Sports […]
Georgetown is rich in history that dates back hundreds of years. From its earliest roots as a trading post and then a thriving port, Georgetown is internationally famous, not only […]
Thousands of gas leaks discovered in 2011 are responsible for $15 million to $20 million in damage to trees in the District of Columbia, according to natural gas safety expert […]
The Potomac Street rats that have acquired a taste for falafel may find that a lid has been put on their international banqueting. The new Falafel Inc takeout kitchen at […]
Contact the BID office by August 3 about holiday lights and you’ll pay no fee for the program.
The Citi Open started under rainy skies Saturday, but all of the matches were made up under clear skies on Sunday. The tennis tournament is now on schedule.
Winners included Tarver King, Jemil Gadea, John Grace, Ryan Ratino, DC Brau Brewing, Pearl Dive Oyster Palace, Cava Group and Hazel.