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Over 200 neighborhood homes are putting stuffed animals in their street level-facing windows to entertain families taking a walk with their kids for some daily exercise.
Many of our fitness studios are offering virtual classes during COVID-19, from mat pilates to tabata and barre.
Georgetown residents and businesses have started participating in a 'Friendly Wave' every evening at 6 pm during the recommended COVID-19 social distancing.
Several businesses have partnered with Children’s National Hospital for their annual fundraising campaign to raise money for exceptional care and innovative research at this pediatric hospital.
In this week's byGeorge blog, Monica shares why it's critical for students to see professionals of the same race and socio-economic background, and her ambitious DreamWakers goal for 2020.
The Associate Director at Georgetown's Shalom Baranes Associates shares how she's embraced the 'shocking' distinction.
San Francisco-based Allbirds — known for its slip-on, sustainable, washable sneakers — has opened its first DC store in Georgetown at 3135 M St NW.
L.A. Burdick Chocolates — the chocolatier known for its signature chocolate mice and penguins — is celebrating its Georgetown grand opening March 7.
Our new FAQ page provides answers to the most common questions we receive about Georgetown, from shopping, to dining, transportation, events, and nightlife.
byGeorge is a weekly blog produced by the Georgetown Business Improvement District (BID) that profiles the unique and diverse business owners, employees, office workers, residents, students, locals and tourists who shape DC’s oldest neighborhood.
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