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Hoyas Defeat Lehigh in Double Overtime (photos)

The Oct. 20 victory was Georgetown's third straight win, and the first time the Hoyas defeated Lehigh in conference play since they joined the league 18 years ago.

New Sports Venue Opens at St. Elizabeths

A partnership with Events DC and Monumental Sports, the 4,200-seat arena will house the WNBA’s Washington Mystics and the new NBA G League affiliate the Capital City Go-Go.

Hoyas’ Comeback Against Columbia Falls Short (photos)

The football Hoyas' comeback attempt against the Columbia Lions before a sellout homecoming crowd came a few yards short on Sept. 22 at Georgetown University's Cooper Field.

Big Wheel Bikes Closes In on 50 Years

Mike Sendar has been in the bicycle retail business for close to 50 years, since 1971, when he opened the Georgetown store with Harold Rivkin. There are now five locations in the D.C. area.

Arlington Boathouse Plans Advance

Questions remain regarding funding for the project and if the boathouse will solely serve local rowing teams or if it will also offer kayak, canoe and paddleboard rentals.

Next Generation on Display at Citi Open (photos)

The men's final between Alexander Zverev and Alex de Minaur was the youngest pairing at an ATP finals since the 2007 BNP Paribas Open (Nadal vs. Djokovic).

Citi Open Marks 50 Years (photos)

In the tournament's biggest upset thus far, American Sloane Stephens was defeated in the second round by  Germany’s Andrea Petkovic 2-6, 6-4, 6-2 on Aug. 1.

Weekend Round Up August 2, 2018

“La donna è mobile” — just ask the Duke of Mantua at Wolf Trap Opera's "Rigoletto" or Sarah Fraser at her live podcast taping on Friday. On Sunday: the Citi Open finals and Signature Theatre’s open house.

$7 Million Budgeted for Jelleff Rec Center

Many at the July 23 community-input meeting spoke of needing space for programs from yoga to child care, more senior and teen services and even a nutrition and cooking center.

A Sports Town, Seemingly Overnight

Of a sudden: the Stanley Cup, the All-Star Game, the Home Run Derby and Audi Field, a spanking-new, $400-million pro soccer stadium that came complete with a major star in the person of Wayne Rooney.