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In Food News: Charles Smith Jet City Winery Opens in Georgetown, PCC Comes to Columbia City, and More

8 hours agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

Charles Smith Wines Jet City: 32,000 square feet, two tasting rooms, and views of Mount Rainier and Boeing Field. Charles Smith Wines Now Open • As Tobias reported, winemaker Charles Smith just opened an impressive—and massive—urban winery called, appropriately, Charles Smith Wines Jet City. Show More Summary

The Largest (and Coolest?) Urban Winery on the West Coast Just Opened in Georgetown

8 hours agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

The 32,000-square-foot facility was designed by Seattle architect Tom Kundig. Courtesy of Charles Smith Wines The new Charles Smith Wine Jet City is a gargantuan venture—a sprawling, 32,000-square-foot winery with two tasting rooms and facilities to produce 45,000 cases annually. Show More Summary

Federal Judge Reveals the Shocking Truth About Our Broken Criminal Justice System

8 hours agoNews : Truthdig

Shutterstock In a piece for the Georgetown Law Review, Alex Kozinski, a Reagan-appointed California judge, explains why Americans need to open their eyes and realize that the U.S. justice system is far from just. Rather, according to...Show More Summary

North Korea should dominate South Korean foreign policy, and there's no way around that

To new readers, this is part four in a running debate between me and Van Jackson of Georgetown. Van (we are friends) originally argued that the group of countries pushing back on China in the South China Sea (SCS) could use South Korea’s extra weight. Show More Summary

Washington-area obituaries of note

Obituaries of residents from the District, Maryland and Northern Virginia.Joan M. Kelly, nursing professorJoan M. Kelly, 77, an assistant professor of nursing at Georgetown University’s nursing school from 1972 to 1991, died June 20 at her home in the District. She had ovarian cancer, said a brother, James P. Murphy.Read full article >>

New Study Showing the Benefit of Acupuncture for Stress and Depression

New Study From Georgetown University Medical Center Shows the Benefits of Acupuncture A new study in rats from Georgetown University Medical Center and published in the journal Endocrinology, has shown the benefits of acupuncture for stress and depression. Show More Summary

Roy Hibbert got traded to the Lakers, now has a big problem with his Twitter handle

When Roy Hibbert left Georgetown to go to Indiana he created the perfect Twitter handle: Hoya2aPacer. It was accurate, illustrative of (...)

Why Do People Become Islamic Extremists?

It is not poverty or ignorance. A senior State Dept. advisor and Georgetown University foreign policy professor shares what he discovered while living in Pakistan.

Reminder: Don’t Tamper With A Colleagues Gun

In an apparent attempt to “teach a lesson” to another offer, a Georgetown, Texas, police office has been fired after messing with the zero on another officer’s duty rifle after the other officer forgot it at the range. According to KXAN,...Show More Summary

Leonardo DiCaprio and Kelly Rohrbach Sway, Sway, Sway to the Beat

We’ve seen numerous photos of Leonardo DiCaprio, actor and founding member of the Pussy Posse, and Kelly Rohrbach, very hot model who went to Georgetown actually thank you very much, doing things together. Biking , etc. You know. But...Show More Summary

Two men caught on tape stealing booze from a Washington VIP hangout

Brad Pitt, Bradley Cooper, President Obama: you just never know who will pop into Georgetown’s Cafe Milano for a drink. And now police are tracking down two men who did just that — only, you know, not like you’re supposed to. D.C.’s finest are on the hunt for suspects who stole two bottles of liquor from the […]

Georgetown beauty guru Lance Etchison dies at 45

Posted by Lance Etchison on Thursday, April 2, 2015   Lance Etchison, the beauty guru responsible for the expertly arched eyebrows and HD-ready faces of Washington’s well heeled, died on July 14 from complications following cosmetic surgery, according to close friends. He was 45. The official cause of death has not been determined yet, according to a spokeswoman for the […]

A look at the Washington area’s most expensive homes for sale

The properties range from a penthouse at the Ritz-Carlton in Georgetown with panoramic views of the city to a 12-bedroom, 35,000-square-foot estate in Bethesda.

Georgetown Physician Leads National Melanoma Study

A Georgetown University Medical Center physician renowned for his research in melanoma will lead a new national clinical trial involving novel treatments for the disease. The study compares the sequencing of two groups of drugs -- both effective in treating melanoma.

USAID Awards $30M Grant to Georgetown's Institute for Reproductive Health

The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) has awarded $30 million to Georgetown University Medical Center's Institute for Reproductive Health (IRH) to fund its Passages Project, which aims to improve healthy timing and spacing of pregnancies among youth and first-time parents in developing countries.

Bandolero has served its last suckling pig taco in Georgetown

The modern Mexican restaurant has reached the end of its lease. Neighboring Tackle Box is closed for good, too.

Regulation and Uncertainty Leads to Decreased Investment and Innovation

A new paper was recently released by Georgetown University’s Center for Business and Public Policy citing that increased regulation willRead the Rest...

Georgetown Basketball: Former Hoya Greg Whittington impresses in summer league

Alongside Otto Porter Jr., forward Greg Whittington was one of the standouts in the Georgetown basketball program during the Hoyas’ 2012-2013 season. Averaging 35.2 MPG, 12.1 PPG, and 7.0 RPG, Whittington was a reliable big man who dominated the competition. Show More Summary

Bill Ackman wants to put a tennis court on the roof of Pershing Square's new office building

We've heard that hedge fund titan Bill Ackman wants to put a tennis court on the roof of Pershing Square Capital's new office building. This month, Ackman and commercial real-estate firm The Georgetown Company purchased an old Ford dealership building on Manhattan's far West Side for more than $250 million, Commercial Observer reported. Show More Summary

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