In The Know

Georgetown Sees Green on PARK(ing) Day Friday

September 19, 2013

Five Georgetown businesses will turn metered parking spots in front of their establishments into temporary, green public spaces on Friday, September 20th to highlight car-free options, sustainability and creativity in the District as part of the city's participation in PARK(ing) Day.

PARK(ing) Day is an annual worldwide event where artists, designers and citizens transform metered parking spots into temporary public parks.

Georgetown participants include Baked & Wired, Malmaison, CycleLife USAFleurir Hand Grown Chocolates and Robert Bell Antiques

This event is sponsored by the Georgetown Business Improvement District.

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Get Well Soon, Cannon's

August 25, 2013

(Photo by: Judith Beermann)

We were surprised to learn that Cannon's Fish Market closed August 11th "for medical reasons." The sign posted on this iconic Georgetown purveyor of seafood for over 70 years, states, "we appreciate your support over the past years and apologize for your inconvenience."

Cannon's history dates back to the early 1900's when Joseph Cannon started by delivering milk by horse-drawn wagon in the city. In 1937, he opened his first seafood business. Since 1968, it's been at 1065 31st Street in Georgetown.


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ANTHOM Live at L2 Lounge August 21

August 15, 2013

Marshall, Carla and Ashley (Photo by: Marshall, Carla and Ashley

Check out the new Georgetown pop-up in Cady’s Alley, August 21st from 6:00 to 9:00 pm at L2 Lounge.

Founded by three friends, Ashley, Marshall and Carla, ANTHOM is an international online boutique featuring exclusive capsule collections and thoughtfully curated clothing and accessories by under-the-radar designers and independent labels from the USA and around the globe.

This event is open to the public.

L2 Lounge is located at 3315 Cady's Alley.

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