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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. 

An Eerie Walk Back in Time

On Friday evening, Oct. 27, Dwane Starlin took a group of people on a "Spirits of Georgetown" walk throughout the neighborhood, sharing stories that are buried deep within the crevices of the area.

Unearthing African American History

As historic as the Oak Hill Cemetery is, an important facet that is largely missing — also from other Georgetown locations — is African American history.

Animals Blessed, Given Medals at St. John’s

After a brief service on Oct. 1, at which St. Francis medals were bestowed on the newly blessed canine faithful, treats were distributed both to four-footers and two-footers.

Weekend Round Up September 28, 2017

October arrives Sunday, along with Glen Echo’s Then & Wow! family day and the Blessing of the Animals in Georgetown at St. John’s.

Last Chance: Textile Museum Director Speaks Thursday

John Wetenhall, director of the George Washington University Museum and the Textile Museum, oversaw the 2015 relocation of the Textile Museum, founded in 1925, from a Kalorama mansion to a modern building on the GW campus.