Funky Artists & Fleas to Replace Dean & DeLuca

Once a game-changer, Dean & DeLuca closed in August, leaving the 150-year-old building empty. Owned by the District government, the structure is required by law to serve as a market.

ANC Tuesday: Bus Routes, Ginkgo Trees, Small Business Award

Proposed Metrobus route changes in Georgetown will be discussed at tomorrow's Advisory Neighborhood Commission meeting, the first of 2020.

Council Recommends Expulsion of Jack Evans

The Council of the District of Columbia met Dec. 3 and recommended the expulsion of its Ward 2 member Jack Evans because of ethics...

L’Annexe: New Neighborhood Hot Spot

At the Oct. 9 opening, neighbors stopped by to congratulate co-owner Fady Saba and his wife Joanna and say hello to each other amid a festive aura of mixed drinks and small plates.

High Tech Georgetown: Palantir

The first thing you see at the entrance of Palantir Technologies on Thomas Jefferson Street in Georgetown is an American flag flanking a life-sized...

Always on Deadline: For The Georgetowner, the Future Is Now

As The Georgetowner celebrates its 65th birthday, we look to our past, present and future ...

CAG Concert in Rose Park Waves Farewell to Summer

Neighborhood newcomer Uprising Yoga Center got people stretching, and then classic rock band the Other Side got people dancing.

New Restaurant From Peacock Cafe Opens on P St.

The modern Persian restaurant near Dupont Circle is named after 1978, the year the Farivar brothers came to the United States from Iran.

Capital One Café Opens in Georgetown

Besides the brews and sweets provided by its partner, Peet’s Coffee, the corner spot has desks, couches, private nooks, meeting rooms and a conference table with a television and screen projector.

Wreath Laying Marks 400 Years Since Slavery’s Start in America

On Aug. 25, Rock Creek Park Superintendent Julia Washburn welcomed the crowd of more than 100 under the brightest of Sunday summer afternoons for the solemn occasion.