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George Hemphill on Selling Art in D.C.

Hemphill Fine Arts has presented more than 200 shows, in the last 10 years broadening its offerings by focusing on the Washington Color School and mid-20th-century African American art.

Orange Fires Up D.C. Chamber

Businesses in Washington, D.C., have a relentless champion and cheerleader in Vincent Bernard Orange, president and CEO of the District of Columbia Chamber ofCommerce,...

Business Ins & Outs Oct. 10, 2018

By Stephanie Green and Robert Devaney In: Johnny Spero’s Reverie The long-anticipated Reverie restaurant by chef Johnny Spero opened Oct. 6. In an alley off 3210...

FPHG: Protecting Georgetown’s Historic Fabric

By Alison Schafer The work of the Foundation for the Preservation of Historic Georgetown reaches from the quaint little cottage down the street to the...

Solving Ward 2’s Rat Problem

Residents in Ward 2 and the rest of the District are searching for a solution to the city’s ratproblem. According to the Washington Post,...

One Swell Head

This tribute to a Georgetowner staffer will be on the short side, because he didn’t write it. It’s not that he has a swelled head....

Our Interesting Times

These days, one is reminded almost daily of a phrase described long ago as a Chinese curse. That would be the one that goes...

Small Cell Guidelines to Be Tested in Georgetown

For weeks, some Georgetown residents, including advisory neighborhood commissioners, have been warning the neighborhood not to be rushed into approving inappropriate guidelines for small...

Georgetown Rats Beware: The Iceman Cometh

The newest way to kill rats and other burrowing pests was introduced by Gerard Brown of the Department of Health’s rodent control division at...

Fair Wage Initiative Repealed

After weeks of demonstrations and a hearing that lasted 16 hours — until 3 a.m. on Sept. 17 — the D.C. Council on Tuesday,...