The photo exhibition explores the right to exist and be seen, regardless of who you are. It features portraits of iconic figures - real and fictional - modeled by 21 individuals with Down Syndrome. Here, they get to act out their dreams and desires in society, pop culture, and art.
Georgetown is a one-stop-shop for your engagement and wedding planning - from buying bridal gowns, to selecting a florist, picking a venue (bowling alley, anyone?!), getting your hair done, and taking engagement pictures. Check out the guide and make the most of this chapter in your life.
Amenities and benefits include free member parking, luxury showers and infrared saunas, personal training services, unlimited group exercise classes, a recovery room, Gym80 fitness equipment, access to 20+ DC metro gyms, and a travel pass to 700+ gyms.
You're invited to the opening party for Clare V.'s new Georgetown store (1238 Wisconsin Ave NW) on Thursday, February 22 from 5 pm - 8 pm. Hosted by Clare Vivier, Sarah Cannova and Jennifer Tapper, the event will include wine and light bites for shoppers, plus a gift with purchase while supplies last.
The L'Avant-Garde menu will feature dishes that represent simple yet elevated French cuisine, from seared duck breast with red cabbage, gala apples and duck demi-glace, to French roasted chicken suprême with olive oil potato purée, chicken thigh mousse and roasted garlic, and crispy meringue and strawberry sorbet with strawberry jelly, marshmallow, and chocolate ganache.
Brooklyn-based Catbird has opened a new store in Georgetown at 3066 M St NW. The brand uses mostly recycled gold and diamonds and is known for its thin, stackable rings - worn by the likes of Emma Stone and Olivia Wilde - as well as necklaces, earrings, bracelets, and a wedding collection.
Follow Cultural Tourism DC’s African American Heritage Trail, available on our website, to see the institutions and homes of Herring Hill, a 15-block area of eastern-most Georgetown that was a home for families migrating to DC after the Civil War.
byGeorge is a weekly blog produced by the Georgetown Business Improvement District (BID) that profiles the unique and diverse business owners, employees, office workers, residents, students, locals and tourists who shape DC’s oldest neighborhood.