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South Moon Under to Rise March 1; More Spring Debuts

The Annapolis-headquartered fashion retailer will take up 1,800 square feet of selling space at 1065 Wisconsin Ave. NW — with historic touches like exposed brick but with an airy, up-to-date design in tune with its seashore vibe.

Cafe Milano ‘Snub’ a High-Profile ‘Misunderstanding’

By Sunday afternoon, all was well with Andrés, Trump and Nuschese, owner of Cafe Milano, the glitterati Italian restaurant celebrating 25 years in Georgetown.

Senate Votes to End Government Shutdown

Around 2 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 22, it was clear that Democrats helped the Senate reach the 60-vote threshold to end the government shutdown. The final procedural vote to end the debate was 81 to 18.  

D.C. Makes Amazon’s HQ2 Shortlist

Mayor Muriel Bowser celebrated D.C.'s nomination in the field of 20, which includes nearby Montgomery County, Maryland, and Northern Virginia.

Business Ins & Outs, Jan. 10, 2018

News Outlets Make Their Own Headlines The year 2017 ended and the year 2018 began with a couple of bangs in local journalism. The endangered...

5 Eateries Closed Around New Year’s

On the 2900 block of M Street, Unum closed in December. Next-door neighbor Maxime closed about a week ago — joined by their neighbor across the street, Cajun restaurant Pier 2934.

Current Newspapers Files for Bankruptcy

The Current Newspapers, Inc., filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Jan. 3. Headquartered at 5185 MacArthur Blvd. NW, the newspaper company celebrated its 50th anniversary...

D.C. Expands War on Waste: Pizza Boxes to Be Recycled

Almost all food-service containers can now be recycled. However, they have to be larger than two inches by two inches and must be clean and empty (no organic waste).

Dockless Bikes Come to Georgetown’s Attention

Last week, one allegedly cranky Georgetown resident wrote on the Georgetown Forum, a Citizens Association of Georgetown community bulletin board, that residents ought to call 911.

Leaving in ’18: Morton’s the Steakhouse

The upscale restaurant will depart its Georgetown Court location during the first half of next year. Morton’s has been on Prospect Street for almost three decades.