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  1. a Had to Bus In Supporters from K StreetRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago |

    ... early team, let me know." Brogan wrote that there were still available seats on buses leaving from K Street and Georgetown at noon on Friday to get to the event in time for Bush's talk.


  2. Dupont Circle FRESHFARM Markets ReviewRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago |

    ... you can primarily find Chaia at various farmers markets in the area, they will soon open a storefront in the Georgetown area. Presentation wise, the tacos are extremely beautiful and picture worthy. They look like works of art and you can tell they ...


  3. Weed May Be Legal in D.C., But It's Still Banned on Local College CampusesRead the original story

    3 hrs ago | City Paper

    ... plans to revise its policy. Neither do Howard or Gallaudet, which both prohibit the drug. George Washington and Georgetown take a similar approach to one another, with both basing their regulations around federal rather than local law. That means ...


  4. Police arrest suspect in latest carjacking in DistrictRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | The Washington Post

    A series of violent carjackings across the District continued this week, the latest targeting Georgetown and prompting a high-speed, midday police pursuit of a stolen Mercedes Benz that ended with a crash and one arrest, according to law enforcement authorities. D.C. police said two drivers parked five blocks apart on P Street NW were threatened Wednesday afternoon by men with guns.


  5. The Buzz on Georgetown Waterfront's Summery New Spot, Orange AnchorRead the original story

    Thursday | Eater

    But despite the summer-y vibes, this place opened in a month when Washingtonians have weathered snow storms and frigid temperatures. Are folks still digging Orange Anchor? See what Yelp-ers, bloggers, and folks on social media have to say about the two-week-old restaurant.


  6. Arlington Marriott Hotels Offer Free Parking & Breakfast This Spring SeasonRead the original story

    Thursday | Market Wire

    Washington D.C.'s winter weather should be coming to an end soon and with the change of the seasons comes warmer weather and Cherry Blossoms begin to bloom. This year, travelers looking to take advantage of this picturesque city can enjoy the Cherry Blossom package offered by select Arlington, Virginia, Marriott hotels for a limited time.


  7. Vets welcome rookies in flag football leagueRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Washington Blade

    ... straight players." Maroney, 44, attended a small college in western Massachusetts and received his master's from Georgetown and a doctoral law degree from George Washington University Law School. He played club level sports during those years and ...


  8. Giovanniello Brings Win To GeorgetownRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 20 | Floral Park Dispatch

    The Georgetown University softball team won both of its matchups at the Landfall Park Hampton Inn and Suites Invitational on Saturday, Feb. 14, in Wilmington, NC. GU got on the board in the bottom of the fifth against the Saint Joseph Hawks, scoring three runs to take the lead, but in the bottom of the sixth inning, GU Hoyas added two more runs to put the game out of reach.


  9. College furniture: Who took my chair?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | University Business

    Just ask officials at Georgetown University. The institution recently refinished and reupholstered a variety of public space furniture in Alumni Square, an apartment complex on the Washington, D.C. campus.


  10. Alberta Kealey, 93, Of NorwalkRead the original story

    Wednesday | The Norwalk Daily Voice

    Born in 1922 and raised in Waverly, Va., Kealey moved to Richmond, Va., after high school to attend secretarial school and then moved to Washington, D.C., where she lived for seven years working for the War Department and, later, for IBM. It was in Washington at a state dance where she met her future husband, Warren, then a student at Georgetown Law School.


  11. Inside the Great Ice Cream Parlor War | People & Politics | WashingtonianRead the original story

    Wednesday |

    A bar that served drinks like "Gummy Bear martinis" was supposed to be key to the kitschy ice-cream parlor's bottom line. Exterior of Serendipity courtesy of Prince of Petworth/; Serendipity's interior courtesy of Judith Beermann/The Georgetown Dish.


  12. Georgetown University Students Censor Political CartoonistRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 |

    ... and @sullivan_maur. Add "beat a dead horse" to the growing list of banned phrases on college campuses. Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. erupted in a round of protests and "self-reflection" after an editorial cartoon in a campus newspaper ...


  13. Washington, D.C. - from monuments to meetingsRead the original story

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Reuters

    ... you could have a long walk from one monument to the other monument. One of the interesting walks is to go from Georgetown through downtown and into Chinatown. When I leave the Graham Hotel, I like to walk to Union Station (50 Massachusetts Ave. NE) ...


  14. Horry, Georgetown students ready for The Sun News Regional Spelling BeeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Myrtle Beach Online

    Isabella Neubauer, a student at the Georgetown School of Arts and Sciences, takes her spot on stage Wednesday morning during the Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington, D.C. Neubauer, who won The Sun News Regional Spelling Bee in March for the fourth consecutive year, spelled the word "einkorn" correctly to sail on to the next round. Later, she passed the third round with the word "grissino."


  15. Music Friends' "Concerts at the Alden" Presents Canadian Pianist, Ryo YanagitaniRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 |

    Ryo Yanagitani, pianist, has distinguished himself as one of Canada's most promising young concert artists, where he has performed with several orchestras and given many solo recitals, as well as collaborating in chamber music. Ryo received his Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the Yale School of Music under Boris Berman, a Bachelor Degree in Piano Performance from the University of British Columbia, and an Artist Diploma from the Cleveland Institute.


  16. Jamestown Acquires America's Square in Washington, DCRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | PR Log

    ... has also been a steadfast investor within the District. Current D.C. holdings include the recently acquired Georgetown Park retail destination, One Metro Center; 733 10th Street; the Georgetown Renaissance retail portfolio; The Madison Office ...


  17. Mechanistic insight into immortal cells could speed clinical useRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 24 | EurekAlert!

    The mechanistic understanding of the relatively new technique for growing cells in culture indefinitely - known as conditional reprogramming - has been deciphered and reported in the February 25th issue of PLOS ONE . Researchers at Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center say identifying the mechanisms of immortalization lays the groundwork for future clinical use of these cells.


  18. Driver in Fatal D.C. Crash May Have Been on DrugsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | CBS Local

    ... that represents government workers. Snodgrass' parents say their son was working toward a doctorate degree at Georgetown Law Center, where he was headed when he was killed. "He was my partner in crime. He was my role model and my mom's confidante ...


  19. Inside the Great Ice Cream Parlor WarRead the original story

    Wednesday Feb 25 |

    A bar that served drinks like "Gummy Bear martinis" was supposed to be key to the kitschy ice-cream parlor's bottom line. Exterior of Serendipity courtesy of Prince of Petworth/; Serendipity's interior courtesy of Judith Beermann/The Georgetown Dish.


  20. DC Posters Call FCC Chairman 'Boot Licker,' 'Obama's B*tch' ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | The Daily Caller

    ... posters, black bumper stickers reading "Wheeler Don't Brake The Internet" have been affixed to stop signs in a Georgetown neighborhood. The process of going from a vehicle to a site to post the image takes no more than five minutes, according to the ...


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