In a tradition known as "Flags In," roughly 1000 soldiers of the 3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard) placed 234,000 American flags at...
Saturday, May 19, saw the river hit 7.56 feet along the Georgetown shore. At Washington Harbour, the boardwalk remains closed and the all-important flood gates are staying up.
There may still be some vestigial confusion resulting from the practice of bestowing Helen Hayes Awards on the basis of the ratio of Actors’ Equity...
There is a full agenda for the ANC's "May" meeting, held on the last day of April, including consideration of a resolution on DCRA's new food truck regulations.
On this Saturday's Georgetown House Tour: seven residences, a well-known retail location and the City Tavern Club, built in 1796.
The world of movies and movie-makers and making is a universal circus — even now in the age of super heroes and Marvel Comics. The movies...
The museum's 25th Anniversary National Tribute Dinner on April 9, during the Days of Remembrance, was attended by more than 1,700 persons, including 138 holocaust survivors and their families.
On the April agenda: an update from MedStar Georgetown University Hospital Regarding Georgetown University’s Central Utility Plant Project.
Rough waves on the Potomac River overturned two boats around 4 p.m. March 14: a rowing scull and an accompanying skiff from the Bishop O'Connell High School girls rowing team.
Purchased in 2013 for $7.8 million, the house at 1405 O St. NW, known as "Sagamore South," is on the market at $29.5 million, the highest asking price right now for a D.C. residence.