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General   •   October 21, 2021

More than 30 Georgetown restaurants, retailers, and services that were named Washington City Paper "Best of DC" winners.

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General   •   October 21, 2021

Big Halloween events are canceled this year in Georgetown (said in a "you kids get off my lawn" voice) but you can still get into the spirit this month with a visit to the infamous Exorcist stairs at 3600 Prospect St NW.

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General   •   October 21, 2021

The chocolate and confectionary shop will feature a mix of classic and contemporary sweets, from Ashleigh's signature hand-painted bonbons, to pastries, buttery sablé cookies, and chocolate bars.

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General   •   October 21, 2021

View Calloway Fine Art & Consulting's newest exhibition, Horizons by Caroline Adams, at 1643 Wisconsin Ave NW. The show features landscapes, both remembered and imagined, from Caroline’s travels.

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General   •   October 16, 2021

Twenty-two double sided banners (kakemonos) feature artwork by 43 local artists. Eighteen are placed on existing street poles and four are installed at the Book Hill Triangle.

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General   •   October 14, 2021

Make the most of sweater weather and check out two of our GLOW installations, for the alley (3125 M St NW) and CANOPIES (3320 Cady's Alley NW), which have been extended through the end of November.

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General   •   October 14, 2021

If positions including Economic Development Director, Transportation Manager, Marketing & Events Associate, or Executive Assistant speak to you, we'd love for you to apply and consider being a part of our team!

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General   •   October 14, 2021

Founded in 2004 by Jason and Gorjana Reidel - a husband-and-wife team who were former models - gorjana handmade jewelry ranges from $20 earrings to more costly diamond necklaces.

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General   •   October 6, 2021

Located across from Georgetown Waterfront Park, under the Whitehurst Freeway, the industrial space serves up liters of more than 20 beers on tap - with styles ranging from German Pilsner to Hefe-weissbier, and Kolsch - plus brats, chicken schnitzel pitas, pretzels with beer cheese, and more.

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