‘Georgetown Is Hot!’ Mayor Tells Friends of Volta Park

June 3, 2024

“Georgetown is hot!” Mayor Muriel Bowser announced to a sold-out crowd at the Friends of Volta Park annual fundraiser on Saturday, June 1. Indeed, there was much to celebrate for […]

Citizens’ Meeting: Elects New Board, Looks to the Future

May 13, 2024

A full-agenda annual meeting of the Citizens Association of Georgetown was held at Duke Ellington School of the Arts on May 7. Duke Ellington Principal Sandi Logan greeted the crowd. […]

Congratulations, Graduates! Guide to Local Commencements

May 18, 2023

We’re tipping our graduation caps to the class of 2023! Here are the highlights from commencements from local universities, with Georgetown and George Washington University’s taking place this weekend.  Georgetown […]

Weekend Roundup, Dec. 29 – Jan. 1

December 29, 2022

Happy New Year! We hope you’re celebratory this weekend and have lots of fun (responsibly, of course!) Enjoy these New Year’s brunches and bashes, a historic event at the Lincoln […]

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, […]

Mayor Bowser: Please Veto the Non-Citizen Voting Bill  

November 9, 2022

On Oct. 19, the Council of the District of Columbia voted 12-1 to allow all non-citizens residing in Washington, D.C., for more than 30 days to vote in elections. That would include […]

Embodying Black Elegance: Vanilla Beane (1919-2022)

October 27, 2022

Vanilla Beane, known as “D.C.’s Hat Lady,” died October 23 at a Washington, D.C., hospital at the age of 103. While her name alone preceded her, Beane’s life was as […]