D.C. is coming back to life this post-Memorial Day week. Plan to shop at the Rose Park farmers market and don't forget to vote!
There may not be much good news these days, but Dr. Deborah Birx's enduring poise and fashion flair certainly make the White House briefings more inspiring.
The morning buffet will likely be a relic of the past, as hotel managers have moved to serve breakfast in large ballrooms, either with to-go boxes or in-house dining six feet away from other tables.
While pay increases and new positions have been largely canceled or postponed for the next four years, only some 14 layoffs and no furloughs of D.C. employees are expected.
No doctor’s referral is required. Those who want to be tested fill out a questionnaire online and then are given a choice of appointment times between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. on weekdays.
Georgetown University President John DeGioia said in a May 12 statement that the university can expect a shortfall of $50 million before the fall semester begins.
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Flower Mart began on April 26 and will continue through May 10, Mother’s Day. The Georgetown French Market will run from May 1 through 8.
Much of Georgetown has shut down, but one can still see joggers, bicyclists, parents pushing strollers, dogs being walked and plenty of construction workers.