Arts & Society
Arts Bytes , Dec. 2023
Georgetown Main Street Brings Back Christmas Tree
November 27, 2023•
“Georgetown’s first community Christmas tree has arrived!” Rachel Shank, executive director of Georgetown Main Street, told The Georgetowner on Nov. 27. “Georgetown’s small business community has long dreamt of a […]
Public Servant Jayne Plank — 1933-2023
February 27, 2023•
A seventh-generation Washingtonian, Jayne Harper Plank, who spent a career in public service in local and federal government, died Feb. 23 at the age of 89. Wife of the late […]
Exclusive Interview: Mayor Muriel Bowser Has ‘Best Job in Washington’ and Plans to Keep It
June 15, 2022•
Mayor Muriel Bowser met with Georgetowner staffers at their office next to the C&O Canal on the hottest day of the year so far, May 31, to discuss what she […]
Maroon on … Salad Dressing, Sophia, That Is
March 9, 2022•
The girl who grew up on P Street eating salads tossed with her mother’s homemade dressing never dreamed she would one day be selling it in bottles by the hundreds […]
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 […]
ANC 2E: MPD’s Bedlion to Share Election-Week Plans
October 30, 2020•
At the Nov. 2 virtual meeting of the Georgetown-Burleith advisory neighborhood commission, Second District Cmdr. Duncan Bedlion will review the department’s preparations.
Next Georgetowner Issue: Oct. 14
October 5, 2020•
For our 66th birthday, we’ll cover D.C.’s oldest neighborhood from its very beginning to today, and also pay tribute to our veteran and beloved writer Gary Tischler, who died this year.
Georgetown News During the COVID-19 Constraints
July 11, 2020•
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Georgetown Almost a Ghost Town; D.C. Shuts Down Nonessential Businesses
March 26, 2020•
Mayor Muriel Bowser launched the application process for a new $25-million microgrant program to provide relief to local small businesses affected by the coronavirus (COVID-19).
Snazzy Brasserie Liberté Opens Saturday
November 14, 2019•
The $4-million build-out at the former Morton’s Steakhouse space is ready for its close-up. The fine fabrics are part of the restaurant’s upscale look, which gives off an energetic vibe.