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Canal Renewal: Lock 3 Gates Installed

In the coming year, the NPS will refill the Georgetown section of the C&O Canal with water. In 2020, a replica canal boat, for rides and educational purposes, is expected.

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.

Fall in Love with New Scandinavian Design

Scandinavian modern furnishings will always be a long-lasting trend. As we shift into fall, adding buff leather and earthenware and incorporating bright monochrome art...

More Arlington Bridge Closures

The 86-year-old bridge, closed daily from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. since Wednesday, Oct. 3, will close at 9 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 5, and remain closed all weekend, reopening at 5 a.m. on Monday, Oct. 8.

Five Reported Gas Leaks in One Day

ANC member Jim Wilcox has been in contact with Jack Evans, Georgetown’s representative on the D.C. Council, and Washington Gas’s director of corporate public policy about the rising concerns.

Autumn Welcomed at Tudor Place

The third annual “Brews, Booze & Bites” party offered a taste of the spirits and flavors popular during the 18th century, when the Tudor Place mansion and gardens were constructed.

The Future of the Arts and Industries Building? The Future Itself

Though “A.I.B.” is the second-oldest Smithsonian building on the Mall — it opened as the National Museum in 1881 — it has a history of displaying technological wonders, starting with marvels of engineering from the 1876 Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia.

The Auction Block Sept. 12, 2018

THE POTOMACK COMPANY  8.21 CARAT DIAMOND SOLITAIRE RING ESTIMATE: $150,000 - $180,000 AUCTION DATE: OCTOBER 2 This impressive ring, with a diamond solitaire set in a platinum band...

Picnic in the Park

August is here, and what better way to celebrate the remaining days of summer than with a picnic? Wow your friends with these classy...

Georgetowner Was First Miss America

Margaret Gorman was crowned “Miss America” in 1921. She also snagged a less politically correct title, “The Most Beautiful Bathing Girl,” for her turn at the “Bather’s Revue.”