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General   •   January 28, 2022

Georgetown Main Street's #TakeoutTuesday is back this winter, featuring two Georgetown restaurants every Tuesday through March that will offer to-go specials.

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General   •   January 28, 2022

Chocolatier Ashleigh Pearson, owner of Petite Soeur on Wisconsin Avenue, was able to secure funding through DC’s BizCap Program

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General   •   January 28, 2022

As the Georgetown BID’s new Transportation Director, Greg Billing is dedicated to making traveling to and around Georgetown easy, safe, affordable and fun so everyone can enjoy all the neighborhood has to offer

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General   •   January 20, 2022

In this beginner class, you'll learn basic pen strokes, test different mediums, and practice forming letters and words.

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General   •   January 20, 2022

Our CEO and President, Joe Sternlieb, shares our top initiatives and priorities as we continue to recover from the pandemic - from Canal boat tours starting this spring, to our efforts to fill vacant storefronts, and the return of several signature events.

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General   •   January 13, 2022

On display through Feb. 27, the show describes the artists’ responses to the present disharmony, created by polarizing politics, the lingering pandemic, climate change challenges and more, as they seek to achieve harmony in their own distinct ways.

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General   •   January 13, 2022

Take advantage of $25 brunch and lunch menus, and prix-fixe dinners ($40 to $55), plus family-style meals to-go for two or four diners, and takeout, delivery, and heated outdoor seating options.

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General   •   January 13, 2022

The “human rights movement disguised as a coffee shop” largely employs those with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

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General   •   January 10, 2022

Bridge Street Books (2814 Pennsylvania Ave NW) has been a Georgetown institution since 1980, offering both in-store shopping and curbside pick-up. Shop a selection of trade, university, and small press publications, plus well-curated fiction, poetry, philosophy, history, politics, and art titles.

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