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Where to Watch Super Bowl LIII

We've compiled a listing of some of the D.C.-area taverns hosting a Super Bowl watch party this Sunday, including five in Georgetown.

Creighton Edges Georgetown 91-87 in Hoops Action (photos)

The two highest scoring teams in the BIG EAST Conference locked horns in a highly competitive and entertaining game. In the end, the Georgetown...

Basketball Only? What Do Georgetowners Really Want at Jelleff?

Advisory Neighborhood Commission 2E recently organized a 10-question online survey for distribution to Jelleff Recreation Center stakeholders.

Wharf Hosts Ice House to Benefit Fuel Fund

The 10-by-20-foot structure, built of 98 large blocks (about 20,000 pounds’ worth) of ice, will be open to the public on Friday from 2 to 8 p.m. and on Saturday from noon to 8 p.m.

St. John’s Defeats Georgetown in OT Thriller (photos)

The loss brings the Hoyas' Big East record to an even one win and one loss. They next face conference opponent Xavier in an away game on Wednesday, Jan. 9.

Georgetown Overwhelms Howard 102-67 in Hoops Action (photos)

The Georgetown University Hoyas (10-3) soundly defeated their city rival, the Howard University Bison (6-8) 102-67 on Saturday afternoon, Dec. 29 in basketball action...

Basketball Hoyas Off to a Flying Start (photos)

Coach Patrick Ewing's Georgetown University men's basketball squad extended their record to 6-1 this week with home victories over the Campbell Flying Camels and the Richmond Spiders.

Washington International Horse Show: 60 and Still Jumping (photos)

Four-time Olympian Elizabeth "Beezie" Madden (USA) riding Breitling LS took the featured event, the $135,000 Longines FEI Jumping World Cup Washington, topping a 24-horse field.

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.