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Big Hole, Big Crane at Hyde-Addison

The east and north footings, which will support the foundation of the expanded elementary school, are due to be completed any day now, along with the final removal of rock from the excavated site.  

ANC Monday: New Restaurants, K St. Bike Lanes

Several restaurant license applications are on the agenda for tonight's meeting of Advisory Neighborhood Commission 2E, along with a new sidewalk cafe for the King of Falafel.

One More Time With ‘Wonder Woman 1984’

Wisconsin Avenue and other Georgetown streets will again be closed for filming Sunday, July 1, and part of Monday, July 2. Read on for details about closures and parking restrictions, some already in effect.

K St. Bikeway: ‘Pretty Great,’ If Confusing

The main problem so far is when cars (and a tourist bus or two) park in the bike lanes. Even police patrol cars can be seen sitting in a lane.

The Latest Dish

Jenn Crovato, who has partnered with Georgetown Inn owner Nayan Patel, has set the bar high at 1310 Kitchen and Bar, cooking pure, as witnessed by her cookbook, “Olive Oil, Sea Salt and Pepper.”

Up on the Roof: Rosewood Celebrates Summer

With its panoramic views, plush sofas and beautiful landscaping, the Rooftop at Rosewood Washington, D.C., has become a cozy haven for those “in the...

Results Are In: Bowser, Mendelson Victorious; Yes to Initiative 77

Primary election results for July 19 are in: Mayor Muriel Bowser, District Council Chair Phil Mendelson, Delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton, At-large Council member Anita...

‘Wonder Woman 1984’ Takes Over Georgetown, D.C.

With classic cars from the 1970s and 1980s parked along P Street and Wisconsin Avenue — as well as having a nearby reconstituted Commander Salamander — Georgetown was, like ... totally '80s.

Caps Paint the Town Red

Tuesday's Caps parade begins at 11 a.m. on Constitution Avenue — proceeding from 17th to 7th Streets NW — with a stage set up on the National Mall and the U.S. Capitol as the backdrop.

Wonder Woman Filming to Close Streets

The production team for the film "Magic Hour" plans to shut down Wisconsin Avenue from M Street to Volta Place from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Thursday, June 14.