Farewell, RFK. Thanks for the Memories

December 12, 2022

If you walked into the rusty, dilapidated stadium named for Robert Francis Kennedy on Dec. 8 for the kickoff of the Farewell RFK Stadium campaign, you shared an initial emotion […]

Bipartisan Hot Spot, Cafe Milano, Marks 30 Years With Blowout Bash 

November 14, 2022

Cafe Milano, the Georgetown eatery at 3251 Prospect St. NW that has served as a bipartisan gathering spot since owner Franco Nuschese opened its doors on election day 1992, marked […]

Bowser Re-elected for Third Term: Few Surprises in D.C.

November 10, 2022

It’s always a bit ironic to go through all the months (sometimes years) of hype about a big national election in Washington, D.C. — the fervent destination of hundreds of […]

Blues Alley Reopens After Fire

November 3, 2022

Georgetown’s legendary jazz club Blues Alley reopened Nov. 1, one week after a roof fire stopped the music and shut down the building. Damage to the 18th-century structure at the […]

Non-citizen Voting in D.C. Includes Unauthorized Migrants Here 30 Days

October 24, 2022

The final approval on Oct. 19 by the District Council to allow and encourage all non-citizens to vote in local elections, who have resided in the District for just 30 […]

The Wharf Celebrates Waterfront Completion, 5th Anniversary

October 17, 2022

The Wharf’s developers, Hoffman-Madison Waterfront, celebrated two milestones on Oct. 12: The fifth anniversary of The Wharf’s grand opening and the substantial completion of the waterfront development that extends from […]

Opinion: The Coming D.C. Financial Crisis 

October 3, 2022

Editor’s note: From time to time The Georgetowner selects to run guest columns on issues of concern to our readers. We have decided to run this opinion piece by Jack […]

Middleburg’s Salamander Takes Over Mandarin Oriental 

September 15, 2022

Another Washington, D.C., hotel was rebranded this week — as the Mandarin Oriental transformed into Salamander Washington DC. Salamander Hotels & Resorts, the luxury hotel company founded by business leader […]

Mayor Celebrates Wegmans, City Ridge Unveiling

July 11, 2022

While you can’t buy anything until the official opening this Wednesday, Mayor Muriel Bowser visited the new Wegmans grocery store up Wisconsin Avenue at City Ridge on Saturday, July 9. […]

Palisades 4th of July Parade Lights Up MacArthur Blvd.

July 5, 2022

Photos by Patrick G. Ryan The 56th annual Fourth of July parade in Washington, D.C.’s Palisades neighborhood made a strong and sunny comeback this year. The happily, loosey-goosey, fun-loving mixture […]