Cold Case

“The Hunt” with John Walsh premiered on CNN on July 13th.  On Sunday, July 26th the show closed in on one of Washington’s most … [read more]

'The Girls Of Real Estate' Join Beasley

Heidi Jerakis, Candace Moe, and Chelle Gassan have joined Beasley Real Estate, it has been announced.Heidi has a decade of experience in real estate … [read more]

Karin Tanabe's 'The Price of Inheritance...

“I wanted to write a book that was equally a love story and a mystery” says The List author, Karin Tanabe about her second novel, The … [read more]

DC Artist Gary Fisher Has New Show in Rehoboth Beach

One of D.C.s premier artists, Gary Fisher, has a new show of his latest work in Rehoboth Beach at the Philip Morton Gallery. Fisher is known for his … [read more]

Billie Holiday Musical Tribute at Blues Alley August 8...

"A Brighter Side of Day" the tribute to Billie Holiday starring Kathy Sledge (Sister Sledge) is a musical journey of an American icon of her … [read more]

Caroline Adams Paintings at Susan Calloway Fine Arts...

Fifty egg tempera paintings by Caroline Adams are being exhibited at Susan Calloway Fine Arts Gallery from July 26 through August 30.A successful … [read more]

Runaway Spoon

by Janet Staihar

'The Girls Of Real Estate' Join Beasley

Heidi Jerakis, Candace Moe, and Chelle Gassan have joined Beasley Real Estate, it has been announced.Heidi has a decade of experience in real estate sales within the Commonwealth of Virginia and 12 … [read more]

Community Palette

by Peter Rosenstein

DC Artist Gary Fisher Has New Show in Rehoboth Beach

One of D.C.s premier artists, Gary Fisher, has a new show of his latest work in Rehoboth Beach at the Philip Morton Gallery. Fisher is known for his incredible use of color and this new collection … [read more]

The Color Purple

Purple is a great color – regal, royal, romantic, and more.  No matter the time of year, whether it is purple kale in winter or purple irises in summer, you can’t go wrong with … [read more]

It's Steaming

by Hot Dish

Beasley RE Agents Among Wall Street Journal's Best

Beasley Real Estate and its recognized agents are now members of “America’s Best Real Estate Agents,” a prestigious ranking of agents and teams by REAL Trends and The Wall … [read more]

Digging In

by Fondue Pot

New Capital BikeShare Station in Georgetown

The Georgetown Business Improvement District (BID) announced Thursday the addition of Capital Bikeshare’s latest station, located at 34th and Water Streets. Capital Bikeshare plays an integral … [read more]

A La Carte

by Judith Beermann

Karin Tanabe's 'The Price of Inheritance'

“I wanted to write a book that was equally a love story and a mystery” says The List author, Karin Tanabe about her second novel, The Price of Inheritance, to be released August 5th.When … [read more]

Hollywood on the Potomac

by Janet Donovan

Cold Case

“The Hunt” with John Walsh premiered on CNN on July 13th.  On Sunday, July 26th the show closed in on one of Washington’s most baffling and disturbing cases: William Bradford … [read more]

Georgetown Current

by The Georgetown Current

ANC to Eye Reforms for Street Dumpsters

By Brady HoltCurrent Staff WriterIn Georgetown and other high-demand neighborhoods of closely packed single-family homes, curbside dumpsters are a familiar sign that another property is undergoing … [read more]

Spread The Word

by Butter Dish

WFP Ranks Prominently in 2014 List of Best Real Estate Agents in America

Washington Fine Properties (WFP), the leading luxury real estate brokerage in the Nation?s Capital Region, is thrilled to announce its prominent recognition in the 2014 list of Best Real Estate Agents … [read more]

King Cake

by Ada Polla

Variations On The Greek Salad

A couple of years ago I wrote about the perfect Greek salad – having tasted at least one per day during my 10 days in Greece.This year, after another 10 days in Greece, I have come to … [read more]

Gravy Boat

by So Saucy

WFP Lists AIA Award-Winning Hugh Newell Jacobsen Masterpiece

Washington Fine Properties is pleased to announce the listing of an AIA award-winning Hugh Newell Jacobsen masterpiece! Georgetown-based Jacobsen was the National Winner of the 2012 Chrysalis Award … [read more]

In The Know

by The Scoop

July at Tudor Place

From a lively guided walk tracing the history and horticulture of centuries-old trees, heirloom plants and flowers across five-and-a-half-acres to Summer Fun in the Sun for Tots, Tudor Place is a … [read more]

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Cave Dweller — I agree, these things are horrible, attract everyone's non-construction rubbish, and plenty of rats. I remember one on Dumbarton Avenue near 31st... … [read more]
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EastGeorgetowner — While Carol's comment may be over the top (there are a range of incomes in Georgetown, of course), let's stay focused on the principle here: she's... … [read more]
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Anonymous — “There’s no reason to have dumpsters in a small scenic village like Georgetown,” resident Carol Joynt said in an interview. “This is a neighborhood... … [read more]
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