Mayor Mellows Mask Mandate

November 22, 2021

Some call the new sometimes-off, sometimes-on District mask mandate ordered by Mayor Muriel Bowser beginning today Monday Nov. 22 a “dropping.” Others call it “on the way out.” Others call […]

Raise the Roof for Justice Housing

October 20, 2021

Join us for a party with a purpose atop One Franklin Square’s spacious rooftop for safe outdoor mingling and gorgeous views of downtown DC. The evening will be filled with […]

A Salute to Gen. Colin Powell (1937-2021)

October 18, 2021

We salute a truly great American, Gen. Colin Powell (1937-2021) who died today at age 84, due to Covid-19 complications (though fully vaccinated) and having suffered multiple myeloma, a form […]

Q&A Cafe with Scott Gottlieb: ‘I Don’t Think I Can Visit China Anymore’

October 12, 2021

Dr. Scott Gottlieb was interviewed by Carol Joynt at her Q&A luncheon held at the George Town Club on Oct. 7.  She recalled that the Q&A Café was started in […]

Covid Memorial: A Gift for America

September 30, 2021

Photos by Jeff Malet “In America Remember.” begs the sign with numerals that change regularly and continue to awaken, annoy, amaze those who walk amid the increasing amount of tiny […]

Auction Insiders: Specialists from Doyle Discuss Current Trends

September 29, 2021

Sponsored Content Founded in 1962, Doyle is one of the world’s foremost auctioneers and appraisers of jewelry, fine art, furniture, decorations, Asian works of art, coins, stamps and rare books, […]

Georgetown Public Schools Open Aug. 30 with Masks 

August 23, 2021

Public schools in Georgetown are opening Monday August 30. To all registered students. In-person. With full all-day programs including sports. Teachers will be required to be fully vaccinated by Sept. 19 or undergo weekly self-testing for […]

Easy Driver: Getting a DMV Date Just Got Easier 

July 29, 2021

Signs that the Covid-19 pandemic emergency shutdowns and restrictions are ending in D.C. — despite perhaps new mask mandates and cautions about increasing cases of Covid-like variants — can be […]

At First Anniversary, Pinto Prioritizes – and Thanks – Ward 2 

June 28, 2021

Ward 2 Council member Brooke Pinto is looking up these days. With the Biden-Harris administration in town, the pandemic’s easing and Mayor Muriel Bowser’s budget allocating funding to the District’s […]

Armed Forces Cycling Classic Returns to Arlington (photos)

June 8, 2021

It was another clear sign that life was returning back to normal following the lifting of COVID protocols. Many top men and women professional and amateur cyclists assembled in Crystal […]