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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.

Business Ins & Outs June 6, 2018

By Stephanie Green and Robert Devaney In: Fitzgerald Named United Bank President Michael Fitzgerald, co-founder and former CEO of the Bank of Georgetown, has been named...

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.

Capital Appellate Advocacy: A Boutique Law Firm

Larry Ebner had been a D.C.-based law firm partner for more than 35 years. In September 2016, however, the Harvard Law School graduate decided...

Business Ins & Outs May 16, 2018

By Stephanie Green and Robert Delaney In: Sugar Lab (for your sugar fix) On May 12, Georgetowners got another sweet spot. Sugar Lab, which specializes in...

Battle Erupts Over D.C. Tipped-Employee Wage

Initiative 77, which proposes to match the lower minimum wage for tipped employees (currently $3.33) to the minimum wage for all others (currently $12.50) by 2026, is on the June 19 primary ballot.

Bloomberg’s Edney Is National Press Club’s 111th President

The 3,500-member National Press Club, founded in 1908 and now located just two blocks from the White House on 14th and F Streets, is one...

Business Ins & Outs May 2, 2018

JPMorgan Chase’s Plans Include Marvelous Market Site JPMorgan Chase & Co. will open 70 consumer branches with 700 new employees in and around Washington, D.C....

Halcyon Fast Forward: The Future of Retail

Starting a business is a big decision and involves risk. With stores opening and closing at a fast clip, the inner workings of a retail...

Georgetown Gateway Designs Shared

The designs will be presented at the next meeting of Advisory Neighborhood Commission 2E on Monday, April 30, and are expected to have a preliminary review by the Old Georgetown Board soon after.