Kitty Kelley Tells (Almost) All

May 9, 2024

Georgetown’s own Kitty Kelley and “America’s bestselling investigative biographer” bedazzled her audience on the sun drenched penthouse patio of Alan and Nancy Taylor Bubes that overlooks the Potomac River. The […]

Longtime Q St. Resident, Dr. Cynthia Ray Putchat Dies

April 22, 2024

Dr. Cynthia Ray Putchat, 69, who practiced clinical psychology in Washington, D.C., for 39 years, died hours after the solar eclipse on April 9. Her death was announced by her […]

Longtime Georgetowner Don Crockett Dies at 85

October 2, 2023

Don Warren Crockett, 85, a resident of Georgetown for 50 years, passed away peacefully on Sept. 26. Crockett was born in Logan, Utah, in 1938. He graduated from Harvard Law School […]

Edward Weidenfeld (1943-2022)

January 5, 2023

With a resume that is impressive for even the most seasoned of Washingtonians, Edward L. Weidenfeld worked for six presidents and founded his own law firm, Weidenfeld Law Firm, P.C. […]

Madeleine Albright, 1st Female Secretary of State, Dies

March 24, 2022

Madeleine Albright, the first female secretary of state, and a longtime Georgetown resident has died of cancer at the age of 84.  An inspiration, mentor and friendly neighbor to so […]