Georgetown Celebrates the Arts Program Heightens Fall Colors, Moods on Book Hill

October 14, 2021

With autumn’s arrival, splashes of color have been spotted along Wisconsin Avenue — but of the artistic, not the arboreal kind. In a pilot public arts program, Georgetown Celebrates the Arts […]

Georgetown’s Potomac Boat Club: A Water St. Landmark and Rower’s Gem 

September 23, 2021

If you saw the pilot of Amazon’s 2018 Jack Ryan series, you might remember the actor John Krasinski playing the titular lead. In the show’s very Georgetowny opening sequence, Ryan […]

Georgetown’s Renowned Blues Alley Reopens Sept. 16

September 16, 2021

At the height of the pandemic in February 2021, it looked like D.C.’s most famous jazz supper club — Georgetown’s Blues Alley — might be shuttering for good. But now, […]

The Kennedy Center: A Fresh Look for Its 50th Anniversary 


Celebrating its 50th anniversary this September, the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts deserves a fresh look. As the nation’s preeminent “national cultural center,” it has served for […]

Community Calendar – September 15 through October 12


Carpe Librum: Popup book sale. Sunday, Sept. 19 from 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. at Chase Bank parking lot on corner of Wisconsin Ave. NW and P St. NW.   Georgetown Library Friends: Book Sale, Sat., Sept. 18 from 10:00 […]

How D.C.’s AG Racine Tackles Issues of Housing and Homelessness 

August 19, 2021

What should be done about the crisis of housing and homelessness in the District? While many hold theories, the District’s Attorney General, Karl A. Racine wields powerful tools to address matters […]

Georgetown-Rosslyn Gondola Still a Possibility 


The future is still possible in Georgetown. In its approved 2022 budget, the D.C. Council included $10 million for the city to purchase 3607 M St. NW —  site of […]

Council Member Pinto and Georgetown BID Pursue Humane Tent Encampment Strategies 

August 18, 2021

In this pandemic summer, tent encampments of unhoused residents seem to be popping up everywhere across the District. What is to be done?  For those suffering homelessness in the harsh urban landscape, how […]

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” […]