As the District considers extending its streetcar system, city planners are also looking at new ways to power the cars.
The two-day festival, which runs through Sunday, features not only the boat races, but it also features tents displaying various Chinese cultural events.
Planners are looking at two possible ways to extend the new streetcar line about 3 1/2 miles from Union Station to Georgetown.
Luxury hotel operator Rosewood Hotels & Resorts has their first location in the D.C. area after they took over the Capella in Georgetown.
The once-trendy D.C. neighborhood is now welcoming new businesses seeking new liquor licenses in an effort to generate the same sort of buzz other neighborhoods have been attracting in recent years.
If you love the sound of piano keys exploring your deepest emotions while attempting to heal the scars of America’s complex racial history, mark your calendars for this week at Georgetown University.
Most of the premiere Division I women’s college basketball conferences are already underway. A few of the locals have high hopes this March, while others need miracles to make the field of 64.
Kellen Dunham scored 29 points and Butler survived a late collapse and overtime session to beat Georgetown 90-87 on Saturday.
Which local teams are fighting to get inside the NCAA bubble? Dave Preston breaks down each one and takes you through the action this weekend.
As candidates scurry to the state of Super Tuesday, the area’s college basketball teams are hot on the campaign trail as well.
The Sovereign, which opens Thursday, is a hidden gem, located in an alley building that was formerly home to Blue Gin lounge and Champions sports bar.
It sounds like a wild idea — a Gondola which would carry area residents and tourists over the Potomac River, by the Key Bridge, to Georgetown from Rosslyn and back again — but it could soon become reality.
Georgetown hit 11 3-pointers to beat DePaul 74-63 on Saturday.
The newest plaque inside Martin’s Tavern in Georgetown honors Baseball Hall of Famer Walter Johnson, who was a pitcher for and manager of the Washington Senators.
A group of Georgetown professors explains that some scientific and social aspects of the ‘Star Wars’ universe aren’t so fanciful.