Sunday, February 3, 2013
A look at a few of the most notable stories this week on Georgetown Patch.
Kennedy Center Plans $100 Million Expansion, New Design The Kennedy Center, an iconic architectural element that shares the Potomac with Georgetown, is looking to expand and re-invent itself through a new design. One proposal includes a floating stage. Read more here. OMG IT'S BRADLEY COOPER That's what students across the Georgetown University campus said Thursday. Cooper, a Georgetown alumnus, stopped for a coffee at Saxbys. He was in town talking about mental health issues thanks to his Oscar-nominated performance in Silver Linings Playbook. Read more about his visit and read some of the over-sharing tweets students sent. Other news you might have missed: Want to stay on top of news in Georgetown? Sign up for our daily or breaking news …
Thursday, January 31, 2013
Bradley Cooper was seen at Saxbys Coffee in Georgetown Thursday.
"Stop what you're doing. This is not a drill. Bradley Cooper is on campus. THIS IS NOT A DRILL." That is an actual tweet sent earlier today when word that Oscar-nominated actor Cooper was in Georgetown. Read more about Cooper's visit to Georgetown. Cooper, an alumnus of the school, was spotted at popular coffee shop Saxbys around lunch time. Here are some of the more amusing tweets sent about Cooper's appearance: More:
Cooper, an alumnus of Georgetown University, was in DC speaking about mental health at Walter Reed Army Medical Center Thursday.
Actor Bradley Cooper, currently nominated for an Oscar his role in The Silver Linings Playbook, was spotted in Georgetown today. Cooper was seen at Saxbys coffee, a popular student hangout, and was reportedly spotted on campus as well. According to a barista at Saxby's, Cooper came in for about 10 minutes to order a coffee and a small side dish. Cooper was in the DC area to speak about mental health at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Bethesda, according to the New York Post. He was also scheduled to appear on the Chris Matthews show Thursday evening. Friday he joins former Rhode Island Rep. Patrick Kennedy for a press conference at the Center for American Progress to discuss how Silver Linings is making progress toward removing the …