“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.
After its gregarious and affable owner Philip Levy died unexpectedly last October, many in Georgetown were concerned that the store they love might close.
When voting closed at 5 p.m. on New Year’s Eve, the British-themed antiques and home-décor shop was declared the winner, with 558 votes on the Georgetown BID’s Facebook page.
The holiday season is a special time in the nation's capital, as captured in this photo essay by Jeff Malet.
The idea of putting my feet on the ice was a terrifying thought given my previous experiences trying to walk on concrete that had ice on it.
“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.
One highlighted project was the Georgetown Health Justice Alliance, in which law and medical school students work together to help people living in poverty get access to needed health services.
The plan would allow residents to park on both sides of the street, while out-of-zone parkers could only park on one designated side for two hours.
Nine unique interactive light installations by artists from around the world — some from light-art shows in Holland, Lebanon and India — will be featured in the 2017 edition of “Glow.”
The ability to get along with one other, regardless of political affiliation, is one of the facets that Cole believes defines Christ Church, Georgetown, today.