The Georgetowner’s next print issue, appearing Feb. 10, will celebrate the new administration, as well as Black History Month and Valentine’s Day.
On Jan. 20, Joe Biden and Kamala Harris got their turn to lead our country, symbolizing the start of an era that many were eager for.
The Phillips Collection will present an online wire workshop and the Smithsonian American Art Museum will host a virtual conversation on Chicanx graphic arts and activism.
The theme of our next issue will be Outlook 2021, featuring stories on what’s ahead in politics, business and the arts as the post-pandemic world begins to take shape.
One day, we’ll look back and … wish we hadn’t. But, for now, here’s our highly idiosyncratic look at “What’s Out and What’s In” at the end of this exceptionally strange year.
More than the color one wears, blue describes temperature, sentiments and ideologies that range from hot to cold. To go with this fashion spread, we’ve launched an Eye Shadow Giveaway.
Anyone who was paying attention on Saturday, Nov. 7, heard and saw much of America rejoicing outside, on the sidewalks and on the streets, after the media call that proclaimed […]
For one thing, media pundits across the political spectrum have remarked that the on-site roll call was more refreshing and relevant than credentialed delegates in a large hall.
D.C. events include a kickoff at 6:30 p.m. with former Georgia Sen. Carol Moseley Braun, and the opening event at 7:30 p.m. with former Vermont Gov. Howard Dean, Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego and Mayor Muriel Bowser.
While watching the debate, many at the Woman’s National Democratic Club drew and colored-in large posters that they planned to take to the third annual Women’s March on Saturday.