Arts & Society
Georgetown Glow’s Alight, Balancing the Whimsical and Sentimental
News & Politics
Business Ins & Outs: Dolce Vita, Brand Guild, the Fitzgerald
Art of Interior Design: Specialist Meets S&R Evermay Awardee
Crime Report: Carjackings, Dumpster Fires, and Poor Crime-Solving
Crime: Saturday’s Mayhem; New Second District Commander; Mayor Takes Action
Modern Country: Middleburg
August 23, 2017•
When we think of residents inside the Beltway going to live full time in the country, Middleburg, Virginia, comes immediately to mind. The historic village, which calls itself “The Nation’s […]
A Fallen Tree: The Life and Times of Dick Gregory
August 22, 2017•
Comedian and activist Dick Gregory died Aug. 21 at the age of 84 in Washington, D.C. Biographer Shelia Moses penned this remembrance.
‘Big Fish’ at Keegan
August 19, 2017•
That’s some fish, that “Big Fish.” The Keegan Theatre’s production of the hit Broadway musical — based on the novel by Daniel Wallace and the film adaptation directed by Tim […]
Welcome Home, Duke
Mayor Muriel Bowser welcomed students, faculty, administrators and friends of the Duke Ellington School of the Arts “back home.”
Ellington School Ribbon-Cutting Is Aug. 19
August 17, 2017•
Mayor Muriel Bowser and Public Schools Chancellor Antwan Wilson will cut the ribbon at a public ceremony in the auditorium of the Classical Revival-style main building of the Duke Ellington School of the Arts.
40 Years After His Death, Elvis Presley Stays With Us
Forty years ago, on August 16, Elvis Presley, “the King,” died of what was officially called a heart attack in a bathroom of his Graceland mansion in Memphis, Tennessee. He […]
Capital One Café Coming to Georgetown
August 16, 2017•
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
August 14, 2017•
Changes are coming to (where else?) Georgetown’s main retail strips: Wisconsin Avenue and M Street.
Plank Group Sells Top Georgetown Corner Property to Capital One
August 10, 2017•
3150 M St. NW has been sold for a record $50.2 million — and Capitol One may also get the Verizon Center naming rights.
Staff Picks: The Sweetness of Summer
Sonya Bernhardt Recently, I was searching for a good frozen recipe for a summer dinner party and discovered this Aperol sorbet concoction. It is delicious, even without the Prosecco. This […]