New Restaurant From Peacock Cafe Opens on P St.

The modern Persian restaurant near Dupont Circle is named after 1978, the year the Farivar brothers came to the United States from Iran.

Tech Tip: Ransomware Revisited

While the number of ransomware infections has decreased, the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center has stated that the damage experienced by those infected has risen.

Capital One Café Opens in Georgetown

Besides the brews and sweets provided by its partner, Peet’s Coffee, the corner spot has desks, couches, private nooks, meeting rooms and a conference table with a television and screen projector.

202Creates Showcases D.C.’s Creative Economy

The initiative is led by Angie Gates, director of the Office of Cable Television, Film, Music and Entertainment. September is the designated month of celebration, but there are ongoing programs to support local creatives.

Tech Tip: Don’t Send Your Private Information to Anyone

Always be vigilant and proactive. It’s better to be suspicious and double-check everything when dealing with confidential information.

Tech Tip: Back Up Your Data to Protect Your Business

Downtime doesn’t have to be permanent to cause major problems. Even temporary downtime can be detrimental to your business’ prolonged existence.

Closing: & Other Stories, Used Bookstore

A women's clothing store owned by H&M and an independent bookstore are shuttering this month and next, respectively, in Georgetown.

At the Rosewood, Wolfgang Puck Is All About Being Local

The Rosewood hotel on 31st Street reopened on July 29 with a Wolfgang Puck restaurant on the first floor. Georgetown's Cut is the fifth location of Puck's more-than-a-steakhouse concept.

BID to Host Aug. 15 Public Safety Meeting

Among the Metropolitan Police Department officers attending will be Duncan Bedlion, commander of MPD's Second District since the beginning of the year.

Tech Tip: Why Do I Need a $900 Firewall, Plus a Maintenance Fee?

Unlike a router, a firewall actually looks at all internet traffic passing through it to make sure it’s legitimate, not a virus, and was requested from a computer inside.