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General   •   March 24, 2021

We spoke with Matthew Jensen, Director of Photography for Wonder Woman 1984, to learn more about Georgetown's role in the film.

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General   •   March 23, 2021

A dream a decade in the making, Georgetown Butcher opened at 3210 Grace St in March of 2020 - just days before the pandemic was declared.

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General   •   March 23, 2021

The store features a curated selection of paper goods and gift items from makers across the U.S. and the world - from greeting cards to coffee mugs and apothecary products. 

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General   •   March 23, 2021

More than 25 small businesses on upper Wisconsin Avenue are participating by decorating their storefronts with pink and cherry blossom-themed decorations, offering special promotions, and donating more than $1,000 in prizes for an enter-to-win drawing.

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General   •   March 12, 2021

Get right with the sports Gods and head to Church Hall - now open for all March Madness games. The festivities kick off with Selection Sunday on March 14 at 6 pm, culminating in the National Championship April 5 at 9 pm.

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General   •   March 12, 2021

Spicez, a one-stop-shop for spices, herbs, desserts and traditional Indian and Eastern food, is now open at 1610 Wisconsin Avenue.

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General   •   March 10, 2021

Congratulations to The Brand Guild, who was named PR Agency of the Year by Whisky Magazine for their work with Uncle Nearest (which you can pick up at Georgetown’s Potomac Wine & Spirits).

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General   •   March 6, 2021

Local and national artists will show five commissioned artworks during Spring GLOW in Georgetown, Friday, April 9 – Sunday, June 27, 2021.

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General   •   March 5, 2021

EastBanc is opening Concept 31/M - a new retail lab debuting this month at 3077 M St, in the former Brooks Brothers space. The curated collective will host a revolving selection of brands and experiences.

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