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Georgetown Decks Installation Begins Mid-April, with 4,000 Linear Feet of Sidewalk Extension Panels in Commercial District
Creating more space for customers on Georgetown’s narrow sidewalks will encourage social distancing, support outdoor dining, and create a livelier and more inviting pedestrian experience.
More than 25 Georgetown small businesses are celebrating cherry blossom season, March 20 – April 11, with storefront decorations, specials & enter-to-win prize drawing.
In its 7th edition, five commissioned works will be on display beginning April 9 for three months during the Georgetown BID’s free outdoor public art experience, also to feature both in-person and virtual walking tours and artist talks.
In its 7th edition, the free experience will be viewable by day, and brighter by night – featuring five works this Spring, and three in the Summer.
Georgetown Celebrates Wonder Woman 1984 Release with Superhero Spotlight Contest & Shopping Specials
Several scenes from the movie were shot in Georgetown, featuring the old Georgetown theater and reprised Commander Salamander store, among others.
An extended Small Business Saturday promotion kicks off the season, followed by a Georgetown holiday window and streatery competition, and holiday gift guides.
What everyone else is saying about DC’s oldest neighborhood.
Stephanie Mercedes will be on-site at her piece, “Weight of a Rainbow,” a suspended light installation with a recorded a cappella choir featuring eight LGBTQ+ voices sharing their stories.
In her art installation “The Weight of A Rainbow,” part of the current Georgetown GLOW display, Stephanie Mercedes animates multi-colored lights to shine along with an accompanying song, from an a capella group comprised of eight LGBTQ+ folks. Mercedes will speak about her work and answer questions as part of the GLOW program’s Meet the Artist series.
Restaurant owners, retailers, community organizations, realtors, and a notorious former councilmember dish.
DCist: Le Diplomate Owner To Open Italian Restaurant And Market In Dean & DeLuca’s Old Georgetown Spot
The restaurant will be located in the center of the building, while the 1,000-square-foot market hall — complete with gelato, espresso, and a bakery — will stay at the front.
Eater DC: Le Diplomate Owner Stephen Starr Reveals a Plan to Bring a ‘Mega’ Italian Market to Georgetown
The East Coast hitmaker says in a public meeting he’s working on a deal to bring famous L.A. chef Nancy Silverton to D.C.