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General   •   November 4, 2022

The shop is curated by three local brands - Charix, Definition Studio, and Tulusa - and features more than 17 other local brands and makers.

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General   •   October 27, 2022

Learn about supernatural occurrences and listen to true crime stories as you traverse the cemeteries, churches, and alleys of Georgetown - and of course the infamous Exorcist landmark.

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General   •   October 27, 2022

Best-selling scents include Wood Fire, Lavender Leaf, and Fig Tree, in addition to the city-exclusive range.

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General   •   October 21, 2022

The show - the title of which translates to Cosmic Shores - is a collection of necklaces, brooches, and earrings that reference the universe and its galactic bodies.

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General   •   October 21, 2022

Little Words Project aims to inspire and encourage people to be kind to themselves and to pay that kindness forward, one bracelet at a time.

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General   •   October 6, 2022

Enjoy fall-themed florals, home goods, fashion, jewelry, hot apple cider and snacks, and get a photo under the pumpkin arch for some autumnal Instagram stories.

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General   •   October 6, 2022

Georgetown’s 2022 C&O Canal boat season runs through October 30, with boat tours available several times throughout the day, Wednesday – Sunday.

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General   •   October 6, 2022

Kyojin will open early next year at 3315 Cady's Alley NW, in the former L2 space.

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General   •   September 29, 2022

The tour will take place at the Mt. Zion and Female Union Band Society Cemeteries (located at 2501 Mill Road, near 27th and Q Streets NW), a stop on the Underground Railroad, as well as Herring Hill and Rose Park.

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