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General   •   February 21, 2020

In this week's byGeorge blog, the passionate entrepreneur shares how growing up in a small, Southern manufacturing town deeply influenced her career path, and the importance of giving DC's creative class an opportunity to make a living.

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General   •   February 19, 2020

Foxtrot is opening this May at 1267 Wisconsin Ave. App-based deliveries will be available, and the cafe will seat up to 50 people.

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General   •   February 14, 2020

Space-themed Bozzelli's Italian delicatessen is opening at Georgetown's Washington Harbour this spring, offering pizza, subs, breakfast, and more.

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General   •   February 11, 2020

In this week's byGeorge blog, Bombay native Prabhat Vira shares the one trait that all great cities have in common, how career opportunities have changed since he left India 30 years ago, and why he'll never move again.

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General   •   February 4, 2020

DC-based bean-to-bar chocolate makers Harper Macaw opened a chocolate factory and cafe at 2920 M St, with a mission to restore and protect rainforests.

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  •   February 2, 2020

Donate $1 per person for any regular tour at Tudor Place during February, the month of George Washington's birth! Tudor Place is DC's only historic house museum with family ties to Martha and George.

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General   •   January 31, 2020

We've rounded up all of the Valentine's Day shopping and dining promotions, specials, and events happening throughout Georgetown.

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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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