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General   •   January 23, 2020

In this week's byGeorge blog, Down Dog Yoga co-founder and owner Patty Ivey shares the behind-the-scenes story of her unlikely yoga journey, and how Down Dog Yoga became part of a national culture shift.

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General   •   January 21, 2020

Call Your Mother, the 'Jew-ish' deli serving bagels and bagel sandwiches, is expected to open in Georgetown by the end of January 2020!

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  •   January 9, 2020

The Associate Director at Georgetown's Shalom Baranes Associates shares how she's embraced the 'shocking' distinction.

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General   •   January 9, 2020

Take a self-guided, Insta-worthy tour of our most colorful and creative pieces - and the surprising history behind them. 

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General   •   January 8, 2020

The Asian restaurant will feature lamen--the Chinese precursor to Japanese ramen noodles--in addition to dumplings, buns, pork belly, and other entrees.

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General   •   January 6, 2020

Restaurant Association of Metropolitan Washington (RAMW)'s Winter Restaurant Week is January 13 - 19, with 12 Georgetown restaurants participating.

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General   •   December 31, 2019

The 6th edition of Georgetown GLOW, the region's only free, curated outdoor light art exhibition, closes this Sunday, January 5 at 10 pm.

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General   •   December 19, 2019

In this week's byGeorge blog, the owner of Georgetown Veterinary Hospital shares his early dreams of being the next Jacques Cousteau, the best advice he's ever received, and his unique experiences working as an amusement park dolphin trainer, to National Geographic's poison arrow frog vet.

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General   •   December 12, 2019

Holiday nightlife in Georgetown - including performances at SandboX, Blues Alley and Georgetown Piano bar, plus arcade rooms at Pizzeria Paradiso and Church Hall.

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