After a six-year stint in Georgetown, Bernand is heading to Dallas. Other business news items concern Brow Bar, European Market Kitchen and Kiehl’s.
Schlesinger, who led an award-winning architectural practice in Georgetown for more than 60 years, died on March 4 at the age of 95.
Not surprisingly, the Labrador retriever nosed out the golden retriever for the coveted number-one spot on the American Kennel Club’s 2020 list.
Located in Thomas Circle, Hotel Zena, which opened last October, is all about female empowerment, through wellness, food and drink, activism and design.
Alcohol can now be sold until midnight, but restaurants are required to close by midnight. Also, on March 22, indoor dining at restaurants can increase to 25-percent capacity.
Starting today, March 15 (fittingly, the Ides of March), if you violate parking regulations near a school, the Department of Public Works will issue a warning.
Georgetown is seeing lots of transition in the retail and restaurant realm. Here are some of the latest business ins, outs and coming-soons to look forward to.
If you’re using any kind of cloud application — and these days, who isn’t? — you’re right to be concerned about data privacy and security.
Georgetowners woke up on Saturday morning, March 13, to the sight of the neighborhood’s famous abandoned construction crane at 3000 M St. NW being dismantled.
Approved uses include: technical assistance, business development, exterior and storefront improvements, interior renovations, security improvements and equipment.