Community Calendar: June 12-July 16

June 12, 2024

Coffee with a Cop   Tuesday, June 18     The Metropolitan Police Department and the Citizens Association of Georgetown will hold this chat and Q&A from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on […]

History of Black Georgetown Walking Tour

May 2, 2024

Someone visiting Georgetown today may see it as another wealthy enclave in a continuously gentrifying Washington, DC. However, this charming area that boasts high-end shopping and gourmet restaurants has a […]

Previewed at Mount Zion: ‘DC Emancipation & The Right to Vote’  

April 10, 2024

A preview of an original work-in-development, the opera “DC Emancipation & The Right to Vote,” was staged in Georgetown at Mount Zion United Methodist Church on March 14. “DC Emancipation […]

Tudor Place’s ‘Ancestral Spaces’ Pays Homage to Its Black History

February 29, 2024

By Hailey Wharram Tudor Place opened an exhibition entitled, “Ancestral Spaces: People of African Descent at Tudor Place,” on Feb. 6, timed for Black History Month. It is proving so […]

History of Black Georgetown Walking Tour

June 26, 2023

Someone visiting Georgetown today may see it as another wealthy enclave in a continuously gentrifying Washington, DC. However, this charming area that boasts high-end shopping and gourmet restaurants has a […]

Georgetown History Alive at Mt. Zion Cemetery on Juneteenth 

June 19, 2023

Mount Zion Cemetery-Female Union Band Society Cemetery, located at 27th Street NW and Mill Road NW, was very much alive on a most appropriate day, Juneteenth, June 19. Hundreds of […]

Please Donate: Mt. Zion Church Sacred Places $100,000 Grant Match Campaign Ends March 31

March 14, 2023

We would like to share a message from Rev. Selena Johnson and the Sacred Places Team of Mt. Zion United Methodist Church at 1334 29th St. NW in Georgetown. “God has blessed Mt. […]

Poplar St. Residents Protest Absentee Neighbor’s Plans

August 1, 2022

Georgetown’s residential streets are a constant buzz of service and construction projects, causing parking and street congestion, months if not years of having a dumpster parked in front of homes, […]

An Irishman and a Moor Walk into a Bar: John Kennedy, Yarrow Mamout and the City Tavern

June 21, 2022

Join us in welcoming writer, lawyer and lecturer Jim Johnston to discuss his books and their connection to the City Tavern Club ABOUT Senator John Kennedy rented the house directly […]

Weekend Round Up, March 31 – April 3

March 31, 2022

Happy Friday! April Fools’! It’s unfortunately only Thursday but consider it a warning because tomorrow’s indeed April 1. For those who aren’t too foolish, so many great options await you […]