Monkeypox: 5 Things You Need to Know

July 25, 2022

With Covid still lingering in the news and new variants appearing seemingly every other day, it’s hard to grasp yet another virus appearing in our vernacular. But this time, it’s […]

Honoring Fallen Officers on Police Week in Washington, D.C. (photos)

May 18, 2022

Law enforcement officers from around the world assembled in Washington, D.C., during mid-May for Police Week, accompanied by the families and friends of fellow officers who made the ultimate sacrifice […]

Over Breakfast, Tim Nelson Talks In Series and Opera

April 25, 2022

How did In Series, D.C.’s 40-year-old presenter of small-scale, opera-related productions, get its name? From all the “in” words — intimate, independent, innovative, inexpensive — used to describe it, according […]

Editorial: Sound and Fury 

April 13, 2022

Forget the calendar. It may say Spring, but we seem to be stuck in a “winter of discontent” that plays on and on in an endless loop.   From Ukraine, where […]

Mask Mandates Dropped for D.C. Schools Starting Wednesday

March 14, 2022

On Wednesday, March 16, the District’s public school system will no longer require students and staff to wear masks indoors, DC Schools Chancellor Lewis D. Ferebee announced over the weekend. […]

Australian Comedian Jim Jefferies Comes to DAR, Friday Evening

February 24, 2022

[Sponsored content] Australian stand-up comedian Jim Jefferies will be at DAR Constitution Hall tomorrow as part of his “The Moist Tour.”  Jefferies created and starred in the FX sitcom “Legit” […]

All You Need Is Love… and a Romantic Meal  

February 10, 2022

Valentine’s Day is coming up, so it’s time to show your love to those in your orbit. Why not expand your circle of loved ones to your neighborhood restaurants?   It’s […]

Georgetown’s Residential Real Estate: The Year in RE-view

February 9, 2022

The basic rules of supply and demand drove the market to new heights   Covid? What Covid? Unlike so many people and sectors, residential real estate in 2021 proved virtually immune to […]

Covid in D.C.: Uncertainty, Tighter Regulations, Defiance, Fear, Shrugs

January 31, 2022

The course of the Covid-19 pandemic and reactions to it during the last week of January 2022 in Washington, D.C., including Georgetown, reflects what the entire nation is experiencing: uncertainty, […]

Mayor Bowser Extends D.C.’s Public Health Emergency, Indoor Mask Mandate

January 27, 2022

Though Covid-19 case rates are dropping in the District, city hospitals remain stressed due to the Omicron variant’s rapid spread through the nation’s capital in recent weeks. In response, Mayor […]