New Theater J Artistic Director to Speak at Nov. 16 Breakfast  

October 26, 2023

Hayley Finn, artistic director of Theater J, one of the nation’s leading Jewish theater companies, will be the November speaker in The Georgetowner’s monthly Culture Power Breakfast series. Admission to […]

Dean of CU’s Music, Drama, and Art School to Speak at Sept. 21 Breakfast 

August 21, 2023

Dr. Jacqueline J. Leary-Warsaw, founding dean of the Catholic University of America’s Benjamin T. Rome School of Music, Drama, and Art, where she is a professor of music, will be […]

Remembering P. Wesley ‘Wes’ Foster (1933-2023) 

March 20, 2023

P. Wesley “Wes” Foster, Jr., founder and chairman of the Long & Foster Companies, parent company of Long & Foster Real Estate, died March 17 at his home in Alexandria. […]

New Leadership at Long & Foster

March 16, 2023

Long & Foster announced major changes this week. They have a new CEO and president as well as a new president of Long & Foster Real Estate. Patrick Bain will […]

Top Brokers Discuss Georgetown Real Estate Market Trends   

March 8, 2023

We asked top Georgetown real estate brokers their thoughts on the market and 2023 predictions.    Michael Rankin, TTRSIR   How would you describe housing market predictions in D.C. for 2023?    I […]

Cultural Leadership Breakfast: Capital Fringe’s Julianne Brienza, June 16 

May 19, 2022

On Thursday, June 16, just five days before Capital Fringe Festival tickets go on sale, Founding Director Julianne Brienza will speak as part of The Georgetowner’s Cultural Leadership Breakfast Series, […]

Art Collectors Open Their Homes for Transformer 

May 9, 2022

The 2022 edition of Collector’s View — a series of receptions hosted by D.C. art collectors — began on May 5 at the Embassy Row townhouse of Carole Feld and […]

Why You Shouldn’t Waive a Home Inspection, Even if You’re Waiving Inspection Contingencies 

March 21, 2022

People do crazy things to buy the home of their dreams in a hot market. They purchase properties sight unseen. They offer well (well) above asking price. They get caught […]

Turning the Page on 34th St.

October 15, 2020

Paintings by multimedia artist Heather Minter and “blind contour” artist Kayti Didriksen not only enhance the rooms in which they take pride of place but serve as the focal point.

The Fall Market: Q&A With Brokers

November 6, 2019

For this edition of The Georgetowner’s Fall Real Estate Special, we asked real estate brokers a few quick questions to assess the current situation.