Brooke Pinto’s ‘Business Perspective’

August 10, 2020

As the youngest District Council member ever elected and the first woman to represent Ward 2, Democrat Brooke Pinto, 28, is off to a running start.

Georgetown Lawyer Protests Protests

August 6, 2020

Georgetown resident and lawyer Don Crockett sent a formal letter to the mayor decrying certain protests in Georgetown, as well as the May 31 looting that followed the downtown protests.

Juneteenth’s Time Has Come

June 18, 2020

In D.C., Friday, June 19, will be a day of renewed and expanded demonstrations, calling not only for justice for George Floyd and other African Americans murdered by police but for meaningful steps toward Black equality.

Black Lives Matter in the Arts

June 16, 2020

At this moment, art in America isn’t transcending anything. It is mired in the same oppressive systems that methodically obstruct and destroy African American lives.

Georgetown BID: ‘Where Do We Go From Here?’

June 11, 2020

The mayor, Georgetown University President John DeGioia and Emerson Collective CFO Dan Tangherlini participated in the Georgetown Business Improvement District’s virtual annual meeting on June 10.

Police Hold Street Meeting About Georgetown Looting

June 8, 2020

Second District Cmdr. Duncan Bedlion admitted that the police had failed to protect Georgetown businesses because their numbers were few and most were deployed elsewhere.

Peaceful Protest Comes to Georgetown (photos)

June 4, 2020

As residents and slightly startled diners at Martin’s Tavern looked on, protesters sat on the street, chanting “Black Lives Matter” and “This is what democracy looks like.”