Mapping Georgetown’s Rose Park Visit Sparks New Recollections: Tell Your Story 

July 26, 2021

A unique table dedicated to the art of preservation appeared at the Georgetown Farmers Market at Rose Park last Wednesday — not of the pickling or canning variety, however, but […]

Mayor Ends D.C.’s ‘Public Health Emergency’ While Retaining Emergency Powers


At 4:06 p.m. on Saturday July 24, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser took to Twitter to proclaim an end to the District’s coronavirus “public health emergency.” To allow for a “nimble” […]

Community Calendar, July 19

July 19, 2021

Advisory Neighborhood Commission, ANC2E: Next Virtual Public Meeting via Zoom: Monday, August 30, from 6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. Meeting access info posted on ANC2E’s website: https://www.anc2e.com/ Georgetown BID: Georgetown GLOW: Summer […]

Marilyn Butler’s Vision for ‘Mapping Georgetown’   


Imagine falling in love with your local town. Then, dedicating all of your creative efforts to cultivating and preserving its unique culture and heritage. Georgetown resident Marilyn Butler has done […]

Tips for Tree Care This Storm and Hurricane Season

July 15, 2021

As the summer storm season hits the mid-Atlantic, arboreal and safety concerns heighten for many Georgetowners who have trees to protect. What are some tree-care tips an expert might recommend? […]

Marilyn Butler’s Vision for ‘Mapping Georgetown’

July 14, 2021

Imagine falling in love with your local town. Then, dedicating all of your creative efforts to cultivating and preserving its unique culture and heritage. Georgetown resident Marilyn Butler has done […]

Now Online: D.C.’s Parking Permit System

July 6, 2021

Parking headaches? Here’s some relief. Residents in need of parking spaces for their guests and workers will now have streamlined systems on hand, according to the District’s Department of Transportation. […]

Why We Celebrate the Fourth of July

July 1, 2021

The Fourth of July serves as the quintessential day to celebrate the nation’s birthday. It was on this day in 1776 — after over a year of fighting the British […]

At First Anniversary, Pinto Prioritizes – and Thanks – Ward 2 

June 28, 2021

Ward 2 Council member Brooke Pinto is looking up these days. With the Biden-Harris administration in town, the pandemic’s easing and Mayor Muriel Bowser’s budget allocating funding to the District’s […]

Beware the Online Thesaurus

June 24, 2021

Did you know that the word “Finance” actually means “Chicken Liver”? Well, if you don’t, maybe it’s time to consult Thesaurus.Com where many young learners often go a-searching for jaunty […]