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Halcyon Hosts Arts Lab Open House

The former Fillmore School now houses studios for Halcyon’s artist fellows; a dance studio named for Septime Webre and the “one-room” Mysa School.

What Do Georgetowners Really Want?

“More cutting-edge new restaurants as well as better ‘neighborhood’ eateries” turned out to be the most requested “want” identified in the just completed survey of Georgetown residents by the Georgetown Business Improvement District.

Bridge Street Books to Become Nonprofit

After its gregarious and affable owner Philip Levy died unexpectedly last October, many in Georgetown were concerned that the store they love might close.

A Pictorial Farewell to 2017 (photos)

The holiday season is a special time in the nation's capital, as captured in this photo essay by Jeff Malet.

Dockless Shared Bikes Surge in Georgetown

“We are all here to find the best way to operate in the area. We can all share up to a point to make this whole thing work,” said DDOT’s Sam Zimbabwe at a packed town meeting on Dec. 5.

A Pop-ular Business Model in Georgetown

You may think you know exactly what Georgetown has to offer, but the recent flurry of holiday pop-ups adds an element of surprise.

5 Thanksgiving Dinners on the Town

D.C. offers a variety of delicious alternatives to a homemade meal.

Ex-Resident Sues Georgetown Retirement Home

Beatrice Alexander has filed a lawsuit against the Holladay Corporation, owner and operator of the Georgetown, at 2612 Q Street, which closed last year.

Return of Whole Foods: It’s Complicated

It all started last March with the ubiquitous D.C. rats. To date, no one can or will say when — or even if — the Glover Park store will reopen. 

Ideas Unlocked at Public Meeting on Canal Plans

On Nov. 2, following the formal presentation by Superintendent Kevin Brandt, attendees shifted between four planning stations to ask detailed questions and prepare comments about four aspects of the refurbishment plan.