There are less than two weeks left to check out our Summer GLOW art installations that have transformed four alleys in Georgetown - including the inspirational piece, The Weight of a Rainbow, carried over from our spring edition.
After 18 long months, Blues Alley reopens tonight with upgraded sound, lighting and video production, and a full line-up of live shows Thursday - Sunday for the next four weeks. Local, award-winning jazz ensemble Veronneau kicks things off this week, led by French Canadian vocalist Lynn Veronneau and her English husband, guitarist Ken Avis.
Hotel guests and community members are invited to experience a full-body, one-hour workout combining strength conditioning, cardio and mindfulness that will leave you feeling balanced in body and empowered from within, all while overlooking DC's skyline and monuments.
You'll learn about Georgetown’s historic transformation from a gritty port town to a destination, as your guide shares the secrets of DC’s original neighborhood and shines a light on the contemporary artists behind GLOW’s installations.
This popular Parisian-inspired open-air market will feature sidewalk sales and specials from more than 25 small businesses along Wisconsin Avenue from O St to Reservoir Rd., plus French fare, a caricature artist, music, a strolling mime, and more.
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