Weekend Round Up August 17, 2017

Flavors of Italy, comedy and theater, ukeleles, guitars and sitars — just another summer weekend in D.C.

Capital One Café Coming to Georgetown

An eatery will indeed return to the southeast corner of Wisconsin Avenue and M Street, but it may not be what you expected.

Business Ins & Outs: Take Care Party Aug. 17; Rene Ruiz Gone

Changes are coming to (where else?) Georgetown's main retail strips: Wisconsin Avenue and M Street.

Back to School in Mid-August?

The August openings are bringing more D.C. schools into the “extended school year” fold.

Leading From Behind on the Alt-Right

The key phrase for many Americans in the president's initial response was “this egregious display of hatred, bigotry on many sides, on many sides.”

All About Politics: Charlottesville

A look at what Virginia officials and politicians had to say about Saturday's events in Charlottesville.

Capital One Arena Replaces Verizon Center

Monumental Sports and Entertainment, which owns the 20,000-seat F Street venue, sold the naming rights to Capital One for $10 million per year, according to the Washington Post.

Singers Glen Campbell and Barbara Cook Pass On

Both Campbell and Cook had second acts after career and personal setbacks.

Special Georgetown ANC Meeting: Water St. Crime, Grace St. Wine

Two matters took up most of the special one-hour meeting of the Georgetown-Burleith Advisory Neighborhood Commission on Wednesday, Aug. 9.

Weekend Round Up August 10, 2017

Getting timelier every day, “The Second City’s Almost Accurate Guide to America: Divided We Stand” will end its Kennedy Center run this weekend.
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