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General   •   May 6, 2021

Located at Georgetown Lutheran Church, this installation by Milwaukee, Wisconsin-based Curated Creative celebrates the tradition of addressing the negative aspects of life by lighting sky lanterns - a practice rooted in Asian culture that has been honored across the world.

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General   •   May 6, 2021

Join Georgetown Heritage Saturday, May 8 from 9 am - noon for their next C&O Canal Clean-Up. Volunteers will meet at Fish Market Square to pick up trash along and in the canal.

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General   •   May 6, 2021

A first in the U.S. and unique to the East Coast, this collaborative concept is from a group of British institutional brands.

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General   •   May 3, 2021

Created by Suite Nation owner Ian Callender and named as a nod to one of his favorite films, the pop-up will spotlight local Black-owned restaurants and Black chefs and caterers who can prepare and sell food from an Uber Eats food truck.

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General   •   May 2, 2021

Several local tour companies are offering more than 30 GLOW-inspired walking tours, tying the exhibition to history, photography, and art themes.

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General   •   May 1, 2021

All menu items are also available for pick-up, and a new online ordering system is coming by mid-May for pre-order and delivery, featuring a combination of frozen meals (think chicken pot pie) and select menu items.

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General   •   April 23, 2021

The impressive menu runs the gamut from traditional Ethiopian cuisine to dishes that have the potential to take even the most seasoned and ambitious palate by surprise.

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General   •   April 23, 2021

Join us for a special virtual program April 28 from 6 pm - 7 pm and learn more about all five GLOW light art installations.

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General   •   April 23, 2021

Owners Tony and Teresa Velazquez have owned the space on Thomas Jefferson Street since 1980, but the frosting frenzy didn’t come until later.

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