Mapping Georgetown: Interfaith Understanding of the Sukkah

September 24, 2021

Did you know Kesher Israel is the only historic orthodox synagogue in its original location in the District of Columbia? And they’re proud to be Georgetown’s synagogue. We had the […]

Mapping Georgetown: ‘There’s Phenomenal Jazz in That Alley’

September 20, 2021

With Blues Alley in Mind… To the delight of Georgetowners and musical afficionados the world over, Blues Alley has reopened in its signature alleyway at 1073 Wisconsin Ave. NW. So, […]

Mapping Georgetown: Bringing Classrooms to Life

August 30, 2021

Be still my heart!  When I opened a large manila envelope of stories from Ms. Kate Farmer’s 5th and 6th graders at Holy Trinity School, my heart skipped a beat. […]

Mapping Georgetown: Recollections of a Georgetown Alleyway

August 23, 2021

What is it about an alley? The common intrigue of this urban passageway sets our stage for today. We recently received this charming personal account for our Mapping Georgetown project from […]

Mapping Georgetown’s Rose Park Visit Sparks New Recollections: Tell Your Story 

July 26, 2021

A unique table dedicated to the art of preservation appeared at the Georgetown Farmers Market at Rose Park last Wednesday — not of the pickling or canning variety, however, but […]

Marilyn Butler’s Vision for ‘Mapping Georgetown’   

July 19, 2021

Imagine falling in love with your local town. Then, dedicating all of your creative efforts to cultivating and preserving its unique culture and heritage. Georgetown resident Marilyn Butler has done […]

Map Your Own Georgetown at Rose Park Wednesday, July 21


The creator of Mapping Georgetown, a project which records personal stories of Georgetown by those who live, work, study or have lived, worked or studied here, will be at the […]

Our Next Issue: July 14

July 8, 2021

Georgetown’s history is rich and varied, and what better way to see our way forward than by taking a look back? With the July 14 issue, we’ll be launching a […]