What Was It Like 100 Years Ago? As we commemorate major centennials, why not travel by Time Machine back 100 years? In 1922 – only four years since the end […]
Last month March 23, Madeleine Albright, the first woman U.S. Secretary of State (1997-2001) passed away. She epitomized the American dream – coming to the United States with her family […]
The death from cancer on March 23 of Madeleine K. Albright (1937-2022) – the first woman U.S. Secretary of State – marks a time now for celebrating the life of […]
To Georgetown University students, it was the biggest day of their young lives, but to Max Scherzer it was just another workday. The Washington Nationals pitcher was spotted practicing on […]
When Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died on Sept. 18, a flood of tributes and future promises rose among her many admirers. To visit the front of the Supreme Court those […]
Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright will talk via Zoom about her latest book, “Hell and Other Destinations,” on Thursday, May 28, to benefit Georgetown Village.
Georgetown has long been home to many public figures. But for all their fame, or notoriety, they all have one thing in common: Georgetown is home, the place they brush […]
Two much-admired musical acts — Over the Rhine and India.Arie — will perform on Friday night. And two classic, 400-year-old dramas — by Shakespeare and Calderón — are closing this weekend.
By Elisa Bayoumi and Cheyenne Curley As the first of September brings beach season and summer reading to a close, the Junior League of Washington will be helping to put […]
By Peggy Sands and Robert Devaney Deputy Mayor for Education Resigns, Chancellor Follows Deputy Mayor for Education Jennifer Niles resigned Feb. 16. Four days later, at close of business on Tuesday, […]