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Competing Confectioneries Define Georgetown

By Annah Otis and Arden Fitzpatrick October 12, 2018

All students have a type, whether they want to admit it or not: trendy, touristic, edgy. More specifically, Georgetown students usually prefer one of three main styles, represented by Sprinkles, Georgetown...

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Customers enjoy food outside of Luke’s Lobster at a parklet set up with tables for Park(ing) Day last year. The annual event returns to the district today with four parklets in Georgetown hosted by local businesses.

Georgetown Gains Four Parks for A Day

By Andrew Wallender September 18, 2015

Georgetown businesses are transforming four local parking spots into “parklets” today as part of the internationally celebrated Park(ing) Day. A parklet is a miniature park created out of a parking...

What I Miss Most...

What I Miss Most…

By KP and KP May 25, 2013

Hey, Hoyas, how long's it been? Oh yeah, that's right, two weeks. It's only been two weeks since we've left campus for summer vacation, but if you're feeling anything like I am, there's already a soft,...

Stop the Presses: Its a Cupcake Conundrum!

Stop the Presses: It’s a Cupcake Conundrum!

By KP and KP February 2, 2013

Oh no! Egads! Gadzooks! According to DCist, tourist mecca Georgetown Cupcake owes $189,000 in sales taxes to the District of Columbia! The cupcake shop, which has been in business since 2008, received...

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