The District of Columbia Chamber of Commerce will kick off Small Business Week with a reception at Tony and Joe’s Seafood Place, 3000 K St. NW, on Tuesday, May 7, from 6 to 8 p.m.
A planned press conference this morning, Thursday, April 25, brought out several Secret Service vehicles to keep an eye on the lively but peaceful event.
The proposed fee of $27.20 per student per semester would create a fund to help descendants of the 272 slaves sold by the university in 1838.
On April 17, at Mt. Zion United Methodist Church, the Citizens Association of Georgetown hosts Georgetown University professor Maurice Jackson conversing with local jazz greats.
All who attended the April 6 event agreed on two things: Ray Kukulski had been a significant presence in their lives and he would be greatly missed.
Georgetown’s Business Improvement District organization will buy the furniture, install it, plant the plants and trees and maintain them throughout the year.
D.C. Parks and Recreation budgeted $7 million to renovate and upgrade the facilities at Georgetown’s Jelleff Community Center, tucked off of S Street next...
An online petition called for Georgetown University to revoke the degrees of former students who were involved in the fraud and expel those still attending.
Plans now include closing off 31 Street from the bridge south to South Street and north to M Street. Only residential parking will be available on the rest of 31st Street during the closure period.
A Council reprimand is not without precedent; the late longtime mayor and Ward 8 Council member Marion Barry and Ward 1 Council member Jim Graham were both reprimanded.