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Our Black History … in Georgetown

To the surprise of some, Georgetown can tell the story of early and contemporary America from a black perspective. 

Management of Highbridge Apartments — Formerly the Georgetown Retirement Complex — Accused of Scam

The would-be first leasee forwarded all the documents to D.C.’s attorney general, who, she was told, has started an investigation.

Whatever Happened to Whole Foods?

A reopening of the Glover Park store appears increasingly unlikely, according to Eric Langenbacher, president of the Burleith Citizens Association.

Wilks Joins Washington Fine Properties

Kathleen Wilks is the new chief marketing officer of Washington Fine Properties, departing Compass after joining it through its November acquisition of Wydler Brothers,...

Celebrating Dr. King’s Abiding Spirit

Today, and tonight, most of us will hold Dr. King’s memory dear and close to heart — as memory, as a voice, as words and thoughts, both visionary and practical.

Lots of Variety at Washington Winter Show

Like other antiques shows (many of which have deemphasized the word “antiques”), the Washington Winter Show is no longer dominated by brown furniture and folk and fine art.

Mayor’s Agent Approves Partial Demolition of Heating Plant

The decision removes an obstacle to the developer’s controversial plan to build a high-end condominium building designed by architect David Adjaye overlooking a park designed by landscape architect Laurie Olin.

Oldest Synagogue Building Moves to New D.C. Site (photos)

Before becoming a museum, the building served as an African American church, a Greek Orthodox church, various eateries, a barbershop, a bicycle store and a dental practice.

NPS Sites, Museums Affected by Shutdown

The partial government shutdown has closed some sites and left others without food kiosks and restrooms. The Smithsonian museums are open as usual.

Georgetown Gondolas: They’re Baaack!

Everything changed when Amazon’s Jeff Bezos announced that the mega-retailer’s massive East Coast headquarters would be divided between a site in Queens and a site in Arlington County.