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Georgetown's Spring Art Walk Apr. 17

March 24, 2015

The Georgetown Galleries on Book Hill invite you to their SPRING ART WALK: Friday, April 17th, 2015 from 6:00 until 8:00 pm.

Nine galleries will host an evening stroll and launch their fine art exhibitions in the most beautiful part of Washington, DC.

Add to your collection and please join them for a night of art, fun, and refreshments.



ADDISON/RIPLEY FINE ART – Malthusian Paintings, Twenty-five Years and Counting

by Kay Jackson

ALL WE ART – Forms of the Journey, featuring: Félix Angel, Marta Luz Gutierrez, and

Jesus Matheus

ARTIST'S PROOF GALLERY – Les Printemps by Jean-François Debongnie

CROSS MACKENZIE GALLERY – Blast Off, Views of Man and Flight. A group

exhibition including: Biddle/Frankel Eve Biddle & Josh Frankel, Matthew Courtney,

David Favrod, Max MacKenzie, Philip Slagter and Trevor Young

MAURINE LITTLETON GALLERY – Botanical Wanderings featuring: David Lewis,

Peter Loewer, Judith O’Rouke, John Littleton and Kate Vogel

NEPTUNE FINE ART – Modern & Contemporary Master Works on Paper, featuring

Henri Matisse, Pablo Picasso, Chuck Close, Robert Longo and Joan Mitchell

ROBERT BROWN GALLERY – Thirty Years of Discoveries: Paintings, Calligraphy and

Ceramics by Stephen Addiss

SUSAN CALLOWAY FINE ARTS – Layered Memories: The In-Between by Karen Silve


For more information, please visit Georgetown Galleries or contact or 202.333.0353

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Going Home For An American Leader: Sen. Edward W. Brooke

March 8, 2015

A memorial service will be held for former Senator Edward W. Brooke on Tuesday, March 10, at the Washington National Cathedral.  The service will begin at 11 am.

Services are open to the public.  Seating will be on a first come, first served basis.  Eulogists will be Secretary of State John Kerry, DC Delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton, Edward W. Brooke IV, and Milton Davis, civil rights lawyer.

Burial with full military honors will be at 3 pm at Arlington National Cemetery.

Brooke, 95, passed away Jan. 3, 2015 at his home in Coral Gables. 

The two-term Republican senator from Massachusetts was the first African American to be elected to the U.S. Senate by popular vote and the only African American senator to be re-elected to a second term.

During his Senate career, Brooke fought for low-income housing -- earning the title, "Mr. Housing" -- co-authored with Sen. Walter Mondale the landmark 1968 Fair Housing Law, championed civil rights, and was a vocal and early advocate of improving relations with Communist China.  He was appointed by President Lyndon Johnson to serve on the Kerner Commission that investigated racial tensions in the wake of widespread violence in the 1960s.

Brooke was born Oct. 26, 1919 in Washington, D.C.  He attended Dunbar High School, Howard University, and attended Boston University Law School.  He served in the U.S. Army, seeing combat in Italy during World War II as a member of the segregated 366th Infantry Regiment, and earned a Bronze Star.

Brooke’s election drew national and international attention with the overwhelming victory of a black, Episcopalian Republican in a predominantly white, Catholic and Democratic state.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions in Brooke’s name may be made to the National Low Income Housing Coalition, 727 15th Street NW, 6th floor, Washington, DC 20005

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Beyond Stunning Inside & Outside

March 1, 2015

Spacious Living (Photo by: Beasley RE) Spacious Living

Stunning and breathtaking views abound from this three bedroom, three bath plus den penthouse featuring a nearly 1,500 square foot private roof terrace in one of Georgetown's most exclusive and sought-after condominium buildings listed by Beasley Real Estate at $6.5 million. 

Situated directly on Georgetown's waterfront, this home is just steps from the city's finest shopping, dining and outdoor attractions.  

Dining (Photo by: Beasley RE) Dining

It is a commuter's dream located just minutes from downtown either by walking or a short cab ride.  Reagan National Airport is easily attainable for those who like to travel for entertainment or business.  Closeby is a walkway by the river, jogging paths, a splendid park with fountains, and places to sit and watch the passing scenes of boaters and folks enjoying the outdoors.

The residence includes two garage parking spaces, two storage spaces, a rooftop pool, fitness center, community room, and 24-hour concierge and doorman services.

Quite simply, this is the best of Georgetown waterfront living and a true one-of-a-kind, rare gem.

The home is at 3303 Water Street NW, PH 8H.

Listed agents are Trent Heminger and Jonnie Jamison at 202.957.2272

Patio overlooking river (Photo by: Beasley RE) Patio overlooking river



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