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Huge Outdoor Art Show Coming to Rose Park in May

Bulgarian-born artist Kiril Jeliazkov is bringing 128 pieces of outdoor artwork — titled "The Orange Step" — to the grounds of Georgetown's Rose Park for the entire month.

The Other Man in That Joe Biden Photo That Went Viral

It was the photo that went viral within hours of being posted on Facebook March 8: former Vice President Joe Biden’s well-known face captured...

Nabe Nabs RAMMY Noms

A handful of Georgetown restaurants scored nominations across the 19 categories in the Restaurant Association of Metropolitan Washington RAMMY Awards.

14 Rescued on Potomac at Georgetown Waterfront

Rough waves on the Potomac River overturned two boats around 4 p.m. March 14: a rowing scull and an accompanying skiff from the Bishop O'Connell High School girls rowing team.

Trump Briefly Visits Georgetown, Ties Up Traffic

Trump's dinner plans closed parts of P, Q, 27th and 28th Streets, snarled traffic throughout the east side of Georgetown and surprised residents.

José Andrés to Open at Old Glory Spot

Andrés's ThinkFoodGroup will set up an America Eats Tavern this summer in Georgetown, replacing the just shuttered Old Glory Bar-B-Que at 3139 M St. NW.

Hot Ticket, ANC Monday: Parking Changes Considered. Be There.

Expect a large crowd (and some verbal fireworks) at the Feb. 26 meeting of the Georgetown-Burleith-Hillandale Advisory Neighborhood Commission, when a proposal on the perennial issue of parking is presented.

Deputy Mayor for Education Resigns

Jennifer Niles resigned just days after the mayor was alerted that she had helped Public Schools Chancellor Antwan Wilson’s daughter make a non-lottery transfer to Wilson High.      

Suspicious Package Found at Duke Ellington School

Police closed streets near the high school and students were evacuated to Hardy Middle School, two blocks north on 35th Street.

Hillary Clinton: Back at the Hilltop

Clinton was at Georgetown University to present awards to former ISIS prisoner Nadia Murad, Rohingya advocate for peace in Myanmar Wai Wai Nu and BBC international correspondent Lyse Doucet.