Georgetown BID’s Spring Cleaning Projects, Canal Repairs 

May 8, 2023

As May flowers bloom, annual rites of spring often involve cleaning and decluttering the home, but for the Georgetown Business Improvement District (BID), sprucing up Georgetown’s commercial district is a […]

20th Annual French Market Attracts Throngs, as Skies Cleared

May 1, 2023

While Friday’s April rains dampened first-day turnout for Georgetown’s annual French Market on Wisconsin Avenue’s Book Hill, Saturday’s clear and warm weather brought joyous hordes of sidewalk shoppers, browsers and […]

Georgetown BID: Season of Strong Leasing Activity, Return of Signature Events

April 12, 2023

Sponsored Content There’s no denying the renewed energy and attention surrounding Georgetown lately, and we’re riding that momentum into the spring with the strongest leasing velocity we’ve seen in years. […]

Crime: New ‘Thefts By Flash Mob,’ Parka Stealing, Porch Piracy, Mayor’s Metro Safety Moves

February 13, 2023

Flash Mob Robbery In our recent public safety report on youth crime trends in the District, we speculated that “dark web” social media tools could be fueling illicit activities by […]

Georgetown Main Street’s ‘Coffee & Community’ to Boost Business Vibrancy

January 19, 2023

“To build a stronger Georgetown community with our neighbors and among small businesses,” was a primary new year’s objective for Georgetown Main Street (GMS) at the turn of 2023. So, […]

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 […]

Community Calendar, Dec. 12 – Jan. 11, 2023 

December 12, 2022

Through Jan. 22, 5 to 10 p.m., evenings, Georgetown Glow, Georgetown commercial district. Experience the magic of light in the region’s only curated outdoor public light art experience set against the […]

For the Winter Season, Georgetown’s GLOWing Once Again

December 8, 2022

Despite December darkness, Georgetown’s aglow once again for the holiday season. In “the region’s only free outdoor light art experience,” GLOW has returned to the commercial district for its 8th […]

Shoplifting in D.C. Needs to Be Reported

December 5, 2022

Georgetown is back! That’s the happy comment by many residents and visitors this past weekend as they shopped in Georgetown’s decorated and well-stocked stores, sat in the filled cafes and […]

ANC Notes, Dec. 2022: Hotel Construction on M St., Transformer Statues, New Commissioners


For their final meeting for the year, ANC 2E met virtually on Tuesday evening, Nov. 29 with Chair Rick Murphy (2E03) in a thankful, gracious mood chairing his final ANC […]