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Five Reported Gas Leaks in One Day

ANC member Jim Wilcox has been in contact with Jack Evans, Georgetown’s representative on the D.C. Council, and Washington Gas’s director of corporate public policy about the rising concerns.

ANC Monday: Small Cell Design, Rodents, Paddle Pub

Among the presenters at tonight's ANC meeting will be Gerard Brown, program manager of the Rodent and Vector Control Division of DC Health.

The Tavern by Sweetgreen Opens

The Tavern features high-quality products and produce from more than 30 local makers and farmers — including favorites like A Baked Joint, South Block and La Colombe — chosen with the help of local restaurateur Nick Wiseman.

This Saturday: Art All Night

Hundreds of artists who live and work in D.C. will invade Tenleytown and Dupont Circle streets and spaces on Saturday, Sept. 29, as part of Mayor Muriel Bowser Presents Art All Night: Made in DC.

Autumn Welcomed at Tudor Place

The third annual “Brews, Booze & Bites” party offered a taste of the spirits and flavors popular during the 18th century, when the Tudor Place mansion and gardens were constructed.

No Answer to Airline Noise in Sight

In a mind-numbing presentation on Sept. 20, Randy Waldeck of the CSDA Design Group concluded, yet again and with a shrug, that airplane noise is increasing and there’s not much that can be done about it. 

Taste of Georgetown Soggy But Fun

Despite a fairly continual rain, this year’s edition attracted Georgetown visitors and residents of all ages, including students and families with young children.

Powered Scooters, Bikes Beating Out Pedals

DDOT’s dockless vehicle demonstration program, originally from October of 2017 through last April, was extended through August and now will run through the end of the year.

Paolo’s Ristorante Closes

Part of Capital Restaurant Concepts, a company co-founded by Paul Cohn and Bechara Nammour in 1984, Paolo's was known for its happy hour, breadsticks and olive tapenade, pizza and minestrone soup.

Back to School in Georgetown

Student numbers are up in Georgetown, with neighborhood homes increasingly being bought and remodeled by urban-oriented millennial families with school-age children, according to local architects.