Real Estate: ‘The Ever-Changing Plans of the Key Bridge Exxon’

October 3, 2022

The Exxon gas station site on the western edge of Georgetown has gone through more development plans than Liz Taylor had husbands. Over the last decade, the site located at […]

Georgetowner Realty Review: What Sold in September?


It’s time for our Realty Review! On the first Monday of each month, we provide readers with all the data of homes sold in Georgetown from the previous month. In […]

Weekend Round Up, Sept. 29 – Oct. 2

September 29, 2022

Another weekend of fun awaits! Enjoy fall fun with Oktoberfest at The Wharf, DC Art Now 2022, some fun interactive exhibits for children and families, and the Chesapeake Film Festival. […]

Weekend Round Up, Sept. 22 – 25

September 22, 2022

Happy Fall Equinox! And, this weekend we have so many cool seasonal activities. We’ve got a big weekend round up today with great things to do for all personalities, from […]

Weekend Round Up, Sept. 15 – 19

September 15, 2022

We are fully into early fall! Get ready for lots to do this weekend, from a concert benefitting the Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center, art exhibits, a Middleburg Oktoberfest, Susan […]

Fall 2022 Gala & Events Guide

September 14, 2022

Here’s our guide to all the best fall events and galas in D.C. this season. Stay tuned online as more will be added to this list. September 2022  Thursday Sept. 15   Prevent Cancer Foundation […]

September Auction Block


Off the auction block this month: a jewelry lot from Doyle, a Kobe Bryant rookie card, an 18th century portrait and a unique disco ball circa 1970s California.   DOYLE   Group […]

September ArtsWatch


Our latest ArtsWatch includes plans for Theatre Week’s return, cast and new managing director announcements.    Theatre Washington Announces Plans for Theatre Week 2022   The return of “Theatre Week” is September […]

Real Estate: Market Update, Still a Seller’s Market

September 12, 2022

The monthly Bright MLS report for the Mid-Atlantic area indicates it’s still a seller’s market, although buyers have more leverage. Home prices are on the rise, but inventory does remain […]

Downtowner News: Metrorail, Tourism Numbers, Porch Piracy


D.C.-Based Pastry Chef on “Selena + Chef”   Washingtonians may notice that Paola Velez, a D.C.-based pastry chef and co-founder of “Bakers Against Racism” made an appearance on actor and singer […]