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3200 block of O St.

3200 block of O St.

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Volta Park Day Sunday October 5th

Volta Park

As the banner above announces, Volta Park Day is coming up on October 5th! As in past years, it will include food, rides, games, a flea market and much more!

The fair begins at 3:00 and runs to 6:00. The famed East vs. West Softball game starts at 2:00.

There will be a special tribute by the band Basement Riot. Ed Lara, the drummer for the band and owner of Georgetown Hairstyling, died suddenly the day after playing for the Friends of Volta Park’s spring cocktail party. It should be an emotional and enjoyable time for all!

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The Morning Metropolitan

Photo by M.V. Jantzen.

Good morning Georgetown, here’s the latest:

  • Tomorrow night at the Dumbarton House, there will be a Mayoral forum held by CAG. Unfortunately, so far only David Catania has confirmed that he can come. Carol Schwartz has a conflict and Muriel Bowser has not responded yet. Even if it’s only Catania, it should still be a good event. The moderators will be Robert Devaney of the Georgetowner, Davis Kennedy of the Georgetown Current and yours truly.
  • Bruce Allen’s Q&A Cafe talk delayed, mascot still racist.

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The Georgetown Metropolis

1200 block of Potomac St.

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September 22, 2014 · 2:00 pm

The Morning Metropolitan

Photo by Norton Gusky.

Good morning Georgetown, here’s the latest:

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3100 block of R St.

Dumbarton Oaks

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Park(ing) Day Returns Tomorrow

Photo by M.V. Jantzen.

Park(ing) Day returns to Georgetown tomorrow. Parking spaces in front of three stores in Georgetown will be converted to mini-public parks.

Last year was a particularly successful Park(ing) Day in Georgetown. The Baked and Wired park seen above was a wonderful use of space that typically goes to a handful of people who drive to Georgetown. Malmaison also had tables out on Water St. Continue reading

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