Results 1 - 20 of 52 for "u:georgetowner.com" in Washington, DC
National Geographic TV Channel head David Lyle and NGS executive vice president and CMO Amy Maniatis with her husband Martin Gammon. Comment?
Ward 2 Councilman Jack Evan officially announced his bid for Mayor of Washington, D.C., June 8, as his wife Michele and one of his daughters Christine held campaign signs. Comment?
The 1973 film "The Exorcist" has come back to haunt Georgetown University. William Peter Blatty, class of 1950 Georgetown graduate, and author of the 1971 same-name novel "The Exorcist" is filing a lawsuit against Georgetown University in regards to its supposedly fading Roman Catholic identity. Comment?
Washington area members of the Most Venerable Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem gathered on a sunlit afternoon at the stunning home of fellow member Lorna Gladstone and her husband David overlooking the Potomac River. Comment?
This week, parts of Washington, D.C., took steps to improve their environment and better their water sustainability with odor-scrubbing facilities and new water treatment technology. Comment?
The 20th Annual Taste of Georgetown showcases the spectacular cuisine of over thirty of Washington, D.C.'s finest restaurants, highlighting Georgetown's culinary personalities and featuring nearly sixty delectable dishes to sample. Comment?
With the May 23 Interstate 5 highway bridge collapse in Washington state, highway infrastructure and bridge safety across the U.S. are being questioned anew. Comment?
It's official: the speed camera on K Street under Washington Circle had the most revenue out of all of the speed cameras in the District of Columbia since October, the start of fiscal 2013. Comment?
People in the culture-noticing business often talk about Washington, D.C., treasures, hidden or obvious. Comment?
The National Park Service will hold a public meeting at 6 p.m., May 22, at the West End Public Library to discuss its Georgetown non-motorized boathouse zone feasibility study. Comment?
The House Oversight and Government Reform Committee held a hearing on the attack on the American consulate in Benghazi, Libya, in which Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans died on Sept. Comment?
Walk into the contemporary Prospect Street home of Jack Davies, and you are struck by a impressive bachelor pad which has a lofty view of the Potomac River and Washington landmarks. Comment?
Kintaro, a 100-percent Japanense restaurant with sashimi, sushi, ramen noodles, bento boxes and more, has opened at 1039 33rd St., NW., in the former L. Chocolatier space. Comment?
The country's oldest house tour, often called "the glue that holds Georgetown together," comes again this Saturday, April 27. Comment?
The Georgetown House Tour Patrons' Party will be held at the home of Tom Anderson and Marc Schappell April 24. Comment?
Georgetown Visitation's Award-Winning Theatrical program presents Stephen Sondheim's whimsical, song-and-dance-studded journey "Into the Woods" on April 12, 13 and 14 at the Nolan Performing Arts Center. Comment?
International trendsetter in fashion, elegance and taste making and devoted animal lover Carolyne Roehm and her companion, former Georgetown resident Simon Pinniger, were in Washington on April 3. The designer and author spoke at a luncheon at Congressional Country Club and at an evening reception in Kalorama. Comment?
As if the last week in April were not busy enough, Bonhams will exhibit auction items and offer free appraisals during its the Spring Exhibition Weekend, April 27 and 28, in partnership with the Four Seasons Hotel in Georgetown. Comment?
The RAMMYs are the biggest awards in the Washington, D.C. area for the restaurant indus- try. Comment?
Washington, D.C., has seen its share of ups and downs, but after a lull in construction, the cranes are out in the city, indicating that the nation's capital is on the cusp of even more growth. Comment?