Four Members of Congress Celebrate WNDC Centennial

November 21, 2022

More than 150 people, including four current members of Congress, celebrated the Woman’s National Democratic Club’s 100th anniversary on Nov. 17 in grand style with a reception, celebratory toasts and […]

Shop Conscientiously in Georgetown This Small Business Saturday, Nov. 26


Want to give Georgetown commerce a boost? What could be more productive than supporting our local small businesses on Small Business Saturday this November 26? And a boost to local […]

Brazen Burglaries Irk M Street Retailers


There have always been burglaries — it’s the big, bad city, after all. But it’s the increasingly brazen nature of the acts that are frustrating and worrying some business owners. […]

Starr, Silverton to Open Osteria Mozza in Old Dean & Deluca Space


It’s not just one star, it’s two — and, yes, it’s a big deal. Award-winning restaurateur Stephen Starr confirmed on Friday that he was partnering with Michelin star chef Nancy […]

Community Calendar, Nov. 17 – Dec. 12

November 17, 2022

Nov. 18 – Dec. 23, 12-8:00 p.m., Downtown Holiday Market, Downtown BID, F Street NW, from 7th to 9th Streets NW. The beloved outdoor market continues to support small businesses […]

Jelleff Rec Center Schedule Sees New Complex in 2025          

November 14, 2022

It’s taken years, but the process to upgrade the Jelleff Recreation Center at 3265 S St. NW has definitely seen much progress.  The procedure to bring it into compliance with […]

Alan Rubin (1936-2022), Founder of the Biograph Theater


A geologist who made quite the mark on the local community died November 6 at his home in Delaplane, Virginia. Alan Rubin quickly rose to fame after opening the landmark […]

Business Ins & Outs: Top Brands Coming to Wisconsin & Prospect


EastBanc, Inc. and Acadia Realty Trust announced last week that leases were signed with Wolford, Ever/Body, Blank Street Coffee and Van Leeuwen Ice Cream at the redevelopment of 1238 Wisconsin […]

Bowser Re-elected for Third Term: Few Surprises in D.C.

November 10, 2022

It’s always a bit ironic to go through all the months (sometimes years) of hype about a big national election in Washington, D.C. — the fervent destination of hundreds of […]

ANC 2E Notes, Nov. 1, 2022 

November 7, 2022

Falling on the day after Halloween, this month’s ANC2e meeting had lower public attendance than usual (only 14 at the outset). “Not a huge crowd, but not a huge agenda […]