‘Undelivered: The Never-Heard Speeches That Would Have Rewritten History’ 

July 13, 2022

An edifying, bloated chronicle of what might’ve been.    “For all sad words of tongue and pen,  The saddest are these, ‘It might have been.’ ”  These woeful words from […]

An Irishman and a Moor Walk into a Bar: John Kennedy, Yarrow Mamout and the City Tavern

June 22, 2022

Join us in welcoming writer, lawyer and lecturer Jim Johnston to discuss his books and their connection to the City Tavern Club ABOUT Senator John Kennedy rented the house directly […]

Mapping Georgetown: Local Author Documents Famous Georgetown Writers

March 7, 2022

Our Mapping Georgetown story this week welcomes the joys of March, the eminent arrival of spring, and especially Women’s History Month. Kim Roberts, Georgetown author of “A Literary Guide to […]

The Kennedy Center: A Fresh Look for Its 50th Anniversary 

September 16, 2021

Celebrating its 50th anniversary this September, the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts deserves a fresh look. As the nation’s preeminent “national cultural center,” it has served for […]

Mapping Georgetown: This Passion Project Has Many Humble Heroes

September 7, 2021

With Labor Day on our minds, the Mapping Georgetown project wishes to thank all those who work so hard every day — often behind the scenes — to make our […]

‘Ambassador of Chic’ Lee Radziwill Dies

February 19, 2019

The only sister of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Radziwill, who died in New York on Feb. 15, lived a life of beautiful clothes, homes and experiences.

John F. Kennedy Honored at the Kennedy Center’s Centennial Celebration

June 29, 2017

Memorial Day is a time when we, as Americans, are supposed to remember the people who served in the military and defended the freedoms we enjoy in this country, even […]