Weekend Round Up, Oct. 21 – 24

October 21, 2021

With the arrival of cool autumn breezes and fall foliage, this weekend brings so many fun activities. For a series of more casual concerts, the National Symphony Orchestra will be […]

DC Artswatch: Tudor Place, Women in the Arts, Dave Chappelle…


This month’s “Arts Watch” highlights Tudor Place’s recent grant award, fresh acquisitions for the National Museum of Women in the Arts, comedian Dave Chappelle and more.   Tudor Place Awarded Grant   Tudor Place Historic House and […]

Weekend Round Up, Oct. 14 – 17

October 14, 2021

We are back with lots to do on this mid-October weekend. There’s a music festival at Merriweather Post, a new exhibit at the Phillips Collection, Hadestown at the Kennedy Center […]

October Cover Story: Our 2021 Photography Contest


This summer, we decided to bring back our much-loved photo contest. After the past year and a half, we thought we could all use a bit of outdoor creativity and appreciate our surroundings.  […]

Community Calendar: Oct. 13 to Nov. 9


Georgetown Glow: Experience the only curated outdoor public light art experience in the region. Extended through Nov. 30.        Rose Park Farmers Market: Wednesdays, 3 to 7 p.m. through Oct.27 at  Rose Park Farmers Market, 26th and O St. NW.          Advisory Neighborhood Commission, ANC2E: Next virtual public meeting via Zoom: Monday, Nov. 1, 6:30 p.m. Meeting access […]

Auction Block: $2.4 Million Vase; Top Dollars for Painting, Watch


We’re back for another auction block. This month, Doyle sold a vase that topped millions. The Potomack Company and Sotheby’s boasted paintings that did well and Hindman and Christie’s auctioned gorgeous pieces […]

Have You Tried ‘Steeling’ Away to Pittsburgh for the Weekend?

October 13, 2021

When talking to a group, Texas has “y’all,” the Midwest has “you guys” and us Pittsburghers have the unique “yinz.” I was born and raised in Pittsburgh and most of my family […]

Downtowner News: Mayor Extends Emergency, Lion Gets Covid, Dave Thomas Circle

October 12, 2021

Mayor Bowser Extends Covid Public Emergency  Mayor Muriel Bowser has extended D.C.’s Covid-19 public health emergency to January 2022. The emergency order was set to expire earlier this month but the […]

67 Reasons Why We Love Georgetown

October 7, 2021

We are celebrating 67 years of the Georgetowner today and wanted to celebrate with 67 reasons why we love the wonderful neighborhood we’re proud to call home. Hidden one-block streets […]

Weekend Round Up: October 7-10


Another weekend is upon us! Enjoy a weekend of concerts with the National Symphony Orchestra, the Mount Vernon Fall Wine Festival and Sunset Tour, the last weekend of Oktoberfest, a […]