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General   •   August 5, 2020

Georgetown Main Street has joined several other community-based organizations to bring DC a virtual shopping promotion this weekend, with Georgetown small businesses offering special sales, gifts with purchase, discounts, and sidewalk shopping events - plus a pop-up bookstore.

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General   •   August 3, 2020

Use our Streatery guide and enjoy a meal outdoors in Georgetown while still practicing social distancing.

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General   •   July 28, 2020

A list of Georgetown businesses sewing and selling face masks during COVID-19.

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General   •   July 23, 2020

Officina debuted June 10 at Via Umbria (1525 Wisconsin Avenue NW), featuring a mercato, cafe, and trattoria - in addition to a weekly delivery service.

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General   •   July 17, 2020

Artist and climate activist Monica Jahan Bose, and multimedia artist and video journalist Robin Bell are presenting WARMING WATERS, which will drape the C&O Canal wall,

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General   •   July 8, 2020

New York City's famed Levain Bakery, known for its 6-ounce cookies, is scheduled to open in Georgetown as early as late summer.

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General   •   July 2, 2020

Georgetown's SandboX (3251 Prospect St NW) has partnered with Claudete Seban of MK Catering to open a new outdoor pop-up, Bar Boteco.

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General   •   June 25, 2020

Under Phase Two of DC's reopening, many Georgetown businesses are reopening for indoor and outdoor seated dining, in-store shopping, recreation, personal services, and more!

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General   •   June 25, 2020

Georgetown has four new murals as part of the citywide 51st statehood advocacy murals project (#MuralsDC51), with artwork up in every ward.

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