Sally Quinn Talks About ‘Finding Magic’

During a conversation about her new book at St. John's Church, Quinn spoke about her grappling with God, religion and practices.

Fiesta DC Celebrates Latino Culture (photos)

The Sept. 16 Parade of Nations featured dance troupes, a children's festival, a science fair, a diplomatic pavilion, arts and crafts and international cuisine.

Weekend Round Up September 14, 2017

The big day is Saturday, what with Georgetown Community Day, Via Umbria’s third anniversary, the Fall Art Walk and the kickoff of Theatre Week.

Jim Vance, the Coolest, Remembered

Friends, colleagues, big shots and regular folks came to the cathedral to celebrate the life of the late WRC anchor, who on this day appeared not to have left our consciousness.

Startups Big and Small: Halcyon’s New Cohort

At the Sept. 12 event introducing the fellows, Erin Egan, Facebook's vice president and chief privacy officer, policy, reminded them and the other attendees that Facebook also began as a startup.

In Defense of the National Anthem and Francis Scott Key

Vandals desecrated the Francis Scott Key Monument in Baltimore and displayed their own misreading of history.

Athletes Compete in the 12th Annual Nation’s Triathlon (photos)

The 12th annual Nation's Triathlon literally got off to a flying start just after sunrise at 7:00 am on Sunday, September 10 in West Potomac...

Georgetown Awaits Decision on Main Street

The fiscal 2018 D.C. budget allows for four new Main Streets — a program created by the National Trust for Historic Preservation that could...

Stevens School, School Without Walls to Expand

A long and twisting history of openings and closures for Stevens School at 2425 N St. NW in the West End has now concluded. Founded...

Disputed Bike Lane Plan Proceeds

A robust discussion over the pros and cons of installing dedicated bike lanes on busy Water Street, eliminating some 48 parking spaces there, took...

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