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Calm on 30th St.: Protesters Gone

The arrest of the protesters made way for the embassy to be handed over to the administration of opposition leader Juan Guaidó, who is now recognized by many governments as the country’s acting president.

Codepink Holds Press Event Outside Venezuelan Embassy

On May 13, social-justice group Codepink held a press conference outside of the Embassy of Venezuela in Georgetown to discuss the recent escalation of protests surrounding the building.

Category-1 Gas Leak Gets Early Morning Attention

The continuing gas leak problems in Georgetown will be the focus of a May 15 public hearing at the 1325 G St. NW offices of the DC Public Service Commission.

Lush Garden Rooms Beguile on Garden Tour

Those on the May 11 tour, organized by the Georgetown Garden Club, took in not only trees, plantings and flowers but pools, fountains, statuary and garden furniture.

Small Business Week Kickoff, May 7

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.

Cogman to Depart Mt. Zion Church 

 In July, the Rev. Johnsie Cogman — pastor since 2011 of Mt. Zion Church on 29th Street in Georgetown — will become superintendent of...

Activists Stand Firm at Venezuelan Embassy

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.

GU Students Vote for ‘Reconciliation Fee’

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. 

Appreciating D.C.’s Jazz History

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.

Tudor Place Hosts Memorial for Ray Kukulski

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.