In the nation’s capital, we’re frequently deluged with news and information — so much so that we often seek solace in nature, especially during the pandemic. We all know, however, […]
Happy summer! The next Georgetowner will appear June 16, and we’re looking forward to bringing you a major feature on digital nomads—those who travel the world while continuing to work—part of […]
Eric Dezenhall’s latest is a fast-moving novel about a crusty journalist at a prestigious daily newspaper in Washington, D.C.
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.
Look for feature stories on local elections (especially Ward 2 and at-large District Council races), a major analysis of Georgetown’s commercial real estate situation and The Georgetowner’s Fall Arts Preview.
The longtime Washington journalist for the Los Angeles Times, a past president of the Citizens Association of Georgetown, died on July 17.
A new tax on advertising approved by the District Council will add injury to insult for small local newspapers and other media outlets.
Join us for the fifth edition of Double Exposure Investigative Film Festival and Symposium in Washington, DC this October 10-13! Double Exposure is the United States’ first and only film […]
The guest list to this year’s White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner on Saturday, April 27, at the Washington Hilton was certainly paired down from years past. Chief among the missing […]
These days, one is reminded almost daily of a phrase described long ago as a Chinese curse. That would be the one that goes something like: “May you live in […]