RISING TIDES How the Wharf Is Set to Redefine D.C.

July 12, 2017

Phase 1 of the Wharf, the multibillion-dollar project springing up from the Southwest waterfront, is set to open Oct. 12. PN Hoffman’s Monty Hoffman couldn’t be more excited for Washingtonians […]

Appalachian Spring Bids Georgetown Farewell

During the winter holiday season, walking past the Appalachian Spring store in Georgetown could be a joy. The storefront at 1415 Wisconsin Avenue would display Christmas tree ornaments in a […]

Wawa Gets Mixed Reception in Georgetown

The proposed Wawa “urban concept” at 1222 Wisconsin Avenue, currently occupied by Restoration Hardware, got a mixed reception at the June 29 ANC meeting. On hand were Wawa’s Susan Bratton, […]

Ins & Outs

For 10th Anniversary: Big Sweetgreen to Open on Wisconsin Sweetgreen, the local fast-casual startup that went big-time, is preparing to open its second Georgetown location at 1044 Wisconsin Ave. NW […]

Neighbors’ Email Complaints Force DC Water Action

“Water is Life” is the motto of the District of Columbia’s Water and Sewer Authority, also known as DC Water. It certainly can be said that DC Water is a […]

Bike Lanes on K, Water Streets Questioned

A proposal to install protected bike lanes on K and Water Streets — as well as on part of Wisconsin Avenue — was met by different degrees of concern at […]

Jackson Art Center Hits Another Bump

There’s good news and there’s maybe bad news about the Jackson Art Center’s proposed 20-year lease renewal. The nonprofit artists’ collective has occupied the historic Jackson School building at 3050 […]

1 Dead in Double Shooting on K Street

The perpetrators of the fatal shooting of a 19-year-old from Severn, Maryland, and the shooting of another unidentified man around 3 a.m. Saturday morning, July 8, on Water Street (K […]

Downtowner DC

$2 Million for Food & Friends  The nonprofit Food & Friends has received two million dollars from Fleur, Sidney and Phyllis Bresler and the Bresler Foundation. The gift was announced […]

Dumbarton Oaks Gardens Closed for 8 Months

On Monday, July 10, the gardens at Georgetown’s Dumbarton Oaks — the Harvard-owned research library that exhibits Byzantine and Pre-Columbian art and artifacts in a pavilion designed by Philip Johnson […]