In advance of the annual DC Cocktail Week next month, the Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington will host a preview event next Wednesday at Jack Rose Dining Saloon, 2007 18th St. NW. Tickets for the Nov. 1 “sneak peek happy hour”...
The DC Chamber of Commerce honored a variety of local business leaders at its Choice Awards and Gala on Friday evening. Sheila Johnson — founder and CEO of Salamander Hotels & Resorts, which has a portfolio of luxury properties in...
As the District seeks to lure Amazon to create a second headquarters in D.C., Mayor Muriel Bowser has identified four possible sites where the mammoth online retailer could secure its requested 8 million square feet of office space. In an...
City officials kicked off “AlleyPalooza 6.0” last week, a $7 million initiative to renovate 64 alleys spread evenly across all eight District wards. Restoration efforts are slated to wrap up in 12 weeks, D.C. Department of Transportation spokesperson Maura...
Off-peak lane closures are coming to the intersection of Tilden Street, Park Road and Beach Drive NW on Monday, when the National Park Service plans to begin four to six weeks of underground construction. The project will involve installing new...
Local Freemason groups recently announced a pair of donations to benefit D.C. students: $400,000 in University of the District of Columbia scholarships and $30,000 for new computer equipment at H.D. Cooke Elementary School. The UDC scholarships — funded by a...
Mayor Muriel Bowser and Ward 3 D.C. Council member Mary Cheh were among the dignitaries to participate in Saturday’s ribbon-cutting and dedication ceremony for the “Celebrating Tenleytown’s History: Past and Present” mural created by artist Jarrett Ferrier and photographer...
Ward 4 D.C. Council member Brandon Todd introduced two education-related bills Sept. 19 — one that would provide a free lunch for all public school students and another that calls for an annual tax holiday before the start of...
Oak Hill Cemetery and its related foundation are working to produce a series of 20 films covering historical events related to the Georgetown cemetery’s 168-year history, and presented a preliminary version of its first installment on Sunday afternoon. Produced by...
The new president of George Washington University plans to make a major effort to raise the school’s national standing over the next several years, he said at a recent meeting of the West End Citizens Association. U.S. News & World...

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