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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.
The 7th annual light art exhibition, traditionally held every December, will move to an extended two-part series next year to ensure a safer and more comfortable visitor experience.
Virtual celebrations are weelcome, and restaurants and shops will be open.
In its 27th year, the promotional event will honor the spirit of Taste of Georgetown – with take-out, delivery & outdoor dining specials + shopping & service promotions in Georgetown.
What everyone else is saying about DC’s oldest neighborhood.
Washington Business Journal: EastBanc to Launch Retail Lab in Former Brooks Brothers Location in Georgetown
EastBanc Inc. has kicked off a conversion of the former Brooks Brothers store in Georgetown into a retail lab concept to foster the growth of local businesses at a time when many shops are fighting to keep their doors open amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
Founded by Nancy Pearlstein 27 years ago, Relish is located in the heart of Georgetown in a modern multi-floor shop with polished concrete floors and sleek hardware railings.
The Chef of the Georgetown restaurant on Wisconsin Avenue shares his recipe secrets.
Locals who think the Mall is old hat will visit in the evening after the crowds have gone, or stroll through Dumbarton Oaks, a beautiful (and relatively tourist-free) historic estate in D.C.’s Georgetown neighborhood.
The Georgetown stairs featured in William Peter Blatty’s The Exorcist are prominently featured throughout the duration of the film, and the distinctive appearance of the stairs is a good reason for it.
The best place to dispatch Chef Conroy’s handiwork is in one of nine compact greenhouses lined up outside Lutèce.