Republicans Whip Democrats, in Baseball (photos)

August 1, 2022

The GOP took the Dems to the cleaners in the Congressional Baseball Game for charity at Nationals Park in Washington, D.C., on July 28, winning 10-0 behind the efforts of […]

Weekend Round Up, July 7 – 10

July 7, 2022

A short week means the weekend comes just a little bit faster. We’re looking forward to all the fun things to do in the next few days, including the opening […]

2022 Endorsements: Bowser, Mendelson, Schwalb  

June 15, 2022

While the Ward 2 election ballot may be thin, The Georgetowner shall weigh in on the June 21 Democratic primary, with early voting and mail-in ballots already happening. Let’s deal […]

Election 2022: Who’s on the Ballot? 

May 16, 2022

It’s voting season in the District. Here’s what you need to know. This year’s city-wide general election will be November 8. Contests will be for the mayor’s office, six D.C. […]

Exclusive Interview: Robert White, Top Rival to Mayor Muriel Bowser  

May 13, 2022

As Mayor Muriel Bowser (D) seeks to become the first woman elected to a third term in office this fall as the District’s chief executive, her top rival in the […]

Super Bowl LVI: Last Second TD, Hip-hop Halftime, Crypto Ads Galore

February 14, 2022

America’s favorite Sunday – Superbowl Sunday — did not disappoint this year. Over 100 million viewers are estimated to have tuned in. Here’s a re-cap of the NFL’s championship game […]

Weekend Round Up, Jan. 13 – 17

January 13, 2022

We’ve got a long weekend ahead of us with activities galore. The Zenith Gallery is celebrating Betty White, there’s an art exhibit at the Smithsonian American Art Museum, the National […]

Bob Dole (1923-2021): A Vet to Remember

December 6, 2021

“Veteran who gave his most for his country.” Bob Dole said he wanted to be remembered that way. But for Bob Dole, giving “his most” included an almost impossible-to-remember-it-all list of […]

Trump Briefly Visits Georgetown, Ties Up Traffic

March 8, 2018

Trump’s dinner plans closed parts of P, Q, 27th and 28th Streets, snarled traffic throughout the east side of Georgetown and surprised residents.