Business Ins & Outs: Alo, Diptyque, Pasha Castle; Filomena at 40
In: Alo Yoga to Open June 9 The popular yoga clothing and accessory company Alo has taken over the prime Georgetown retail space previously occupied by Banana Republic at the […]
Georgetown Now a Direct-to-Consumer Hub
The crowds are back. Pedestrians. Diners. Shoppers. Tourists. Students. The streets, once again, are packed. And it’s a beautiful sight to see. A quick look at our own “Biz Ins […]
Easton’s New Culinary Treasures
Psst. Come closer. In case you haven’t heard, there’s a culinary renaissance going on in Easton, the charming historic getaway on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. While this delightful destination still enjoys […]
Developer, Lawyer Bob Elliott Dies at 80
Robert Raymond Elliott, a real estate developer and lawyer — best known in Georgetown for his mixed-use complex, Georgetown Court, home to businesses like Cafe Milano, Peacock Cafe, Cafe Liberte […]
‘Crazy Golf’ Swingers Club Comes to Dupont Circle
A new 21+ club with a cheeky name has made its way across the pond from London. Swingers calls itself a “competitive socializing entertainment concept,” and its first location opened […]
D.C. Mayor to Lift Nearly All COVID Restrictions on May 21
The loosening does not include bars, nightclubs or large entertainment and sports venues, however, which will be allowed to operate only at 50-percent capacity.
The Avenue Live: Living Room Series – Inaugural Event
The Avenue Live: Living Room Series – Inaugural Event TheAvenue.Live March 26th 7-9 PM Free Of Charge Tipping Is Optional but Encouraged (Tips will benefit Baltimore Restaurant Relief) Live Performance by Cat […]
Bowser Adjusts COVID Restrictions, Discourages Thanksgiving Travel
The limit for outdoor gatherings has been reduced from 50 to 25 people and Indoor gatherings may not exceed 10 people.
Halloween Decorations Are Popping Up (photos)
The empress of Georgetown Halloween house decorations, Nancy Taylor Bubes, has moved her growing, astounding, scary collection to Washington Harbour at the Georgetown waterfront.
Restaurant Survival in the Time of COVID-19
Resourceful and creative, restaurateurs define what it means to be a survivor. Having survived the 1987 stock market crash, 9/11, the burst of the tech bubble and snowmageddon, they are […]