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11 commissioned works will be on display during the Georgetown BID’s annual free outdoor public light art experience, also to feature GLOW promotions throughout the commercial district, A Book Hill Holiday event, walking tours and more.
More than 30 retail shops and restaurants to offer in-store promotions + $50 golden ticket giveaway for five lucky shoppers.
The two-day scheduled event invites interior designers, design enthusiasts and shoppers alike to visit 11 participating design and home furnishings stores for a host of design events—plus a collective Fall Cocktail Crawl Nov. 7 from 5-8 pm.
More than 20 boutiques, cafés, salons and galleries are offering special promotions, live music, fall treats and more at the Georgetown Fall Market, October 4-5 in the charming Book Hill area of Georgetown.
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Those dreaming of taking a stroll along a rejuvenated C&O Canal in the Georgetown area of D.C. are in for a treat: The National Park Service has approved a plan to revitalize the canal and some surrounding areas.
Washingtonian: Direct-to-Consumer Shoe Brand Allbirds Is Opening Its First DC Store in Georgetown Today
Allbirds, the shoe line known for its easy-to-slip-on and washable sneakers, is opening on M Street.
Washingtonian: Washington Architect Hany Hassan Is Quietly Behind Some of the City’s Most Notable Projects
Hany Hassan may be America’s least-conspicuous elite architect. Pick a prominent Washington destination and there’s a good chance the Georgetown-based architect has touched it in some way.
Farmers Fishers Bakers was named best for early risers, while Grace Street coffee is best for the all-day campers.
Blu Dot, a modern furniture retailer, has signed a lease for the 8,950-square-foot retail location at 3333 M St. NW. Blu Dot is a design-centric furniture outlet with a focus on “affordable, high-quality pieces with no attitude.
Historians are hopeful that one of the skeletons found in Georgetown could be those of one of the most famous former slaves in the history of DC – Yarrow Mamout.