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Georgetown Boutique Owners Remember Kate Spade

Walking into the Kate Spade store on M Street (and all the others around the world), it is hard not to smile. The bright and whimsical, often preppy designs fit well into the Georgetown aesthetic.

ANC Monday: DDOT, BID Gateway, Coolidge, Halcyon

The Calvin Coolidge Presidential Foundation and Halcyon are requesting zoning exceptions to permit nonprofit use of residential buildings in Georgetown.

Last Chance: Rose Park Art Departs Sunday

The 81 color-packed panels, measuring 22 feet high, took over part of the Rose Park ball field at P Street and the lower field that leads to M Street, as well as a bit of park land on Massachusetts Avenue, just north of the vice president's residence.

3 Arrested for Threatening Circulator Driver

The incident occurred at the corner of M Street and Thomas Jefferson Street NW on Sunday, May 27, around 5:30 p.m., while Georgetown shoppers walked the sidewalk.

Mayor Bowser Adopts Baby Girl

Congratulations poured in for the adoptive mother who runs the city, including tweeted well wishes to Mayor Muriel Bowser and "Baby Bowser" from the District Council.

Tudor Place to Honor the Late Elizabeth Powell

Powell, who lived on Dumbarton Street with her husband Jeffrey and two children, Eleanor and Charlie, died at the age of 39 in February of 2017 after a brief battle with cancer.

Norman Larsen: 1933-2018

Norm Larsen died peacefully April 23 in Williamsburg, Virginia, at home with family by his side. Larsen was best know in Georgetown for being manager...

Outdoor Art Exhibit Takes Over Rose Park

Kiril Jeliazkov has planted 81 pieces of his huge outdoor artwork project — “The Orange Step” — into the grounds of Rose Park and parts of Massachusetts Avenue.

Betsy McGregor Cooley, 1944-2018

In 2002, Cooley became executive director of the Citizens Association of Georgetown, expanding the scope of the organization’s events and initiatives over a 14-year tenure.

A Popping Weekend in Georgetown: House Tour, French Market

During Saturday's House Tour, St. John’s Episcopal Church hosted, in addition to afternoon tea, an organ recital and a panel discussion by Georgetown architects and designers.