Citizens Kick Off Black History Month at Holy Trinity

February 2, 2023

“Let us remember their names. Let us remember their lives,” said Bernard Cook from the pulpit of Holy Trinity Church on 36th Street in Georgetown on the first day of […]

Top 8 Town Topics of 2022: Canal Boat, Ukraine, Jelleff, Crime

December 27, 2022

It was the year of “Getting Back to Normal” in Georgetown after almost two years of lock-down, masks on, vaccine checks and restricted events. In this environment, big things happened, […]

Halloween Weekend Round Up, Oct. 27 -31

October 27, 2022

Boo! Happy Halloween weekend! We have a huge amount of fun and spooky events for families, adults and even your dogs! Enjoy and stay safe. Saturday is Dia de los […]

Kids Korner: Time Travel in Georgetown

October 13, 2022

By Eleanor Assey, 3rd grade and Eli Delaney, 2nd grade    The C&O Canal tour took us back in time… Our guide – Jasmyn Nash – pulled us into a time […]

Georgetown Canal to Be Drained Much Longer Than Anticipated, Through 2025

October 3, 2022

Disappointing news from the C&O Canal National Historic Park and Georgetown Heritage today: Georgetown’s section of the C&O Canal will be drained soon and remain potentially dry for as long […]

Luxe Residences Underway for Georgetown 

August 15, 2022

$215-Million Heating Plant Condo Project Starts Next Month   At last, the demolition of the vacant West Heating Plant at 1051-55 29th St. NW is slated to begin after Sept. 5, […]

A Ride Aboard the ‘Georgetown Heritage’  

August 11, 2022

At Lock 3 in Georgetown, on a recent sunny Friday afternoon, lines form near the ticketing kiosk along the towpath near 30th and Thomas Jefferson Streets NW. Eager ticket-holders soon […]

Try This DIY Bike Tour of Beautiful Washington, D.C.

July 28, 2022

Wondering What to Do With These Long Summer Days? How About Some Outdoor Biking Fun? Washington, D.C., is a truly beautiful city. Whether you’re a resident deciding to spend the […]

Georgetown’s Chaia to Expand Nationally

July 18, 2022

“Chaia means life. And taco means taco. At Chaia we live for tacos.” — Chaia co-founder Bettina Stern Few lunch pleasures in Washington, D.C., are as serene as taking out a […]

ANC Highlights, July 2022 

July 11, 2022

Briefings from Anthony Lanier of EastBanc, Mayor Bowser’s office, Ward 2 Council Member Brooke Pinto’s office, the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD), and Georgetown Main Street highlighted this month’s Advisory Neighborhood […]