Georgetown Garden Tour Q&A, Tips from the Hosts, Garden Guide
In honor of the upcoming Georgetown Garden Tour, we spoke with three home owners hosting the tour this year. They shared their gardening inspirations, best advice and favorite gardens around […]
Man, Machine, and God: Ignatius Forum Examines High-Tech Threats to National Security
Jan Smith • January 11, 2023
Alarm bells rang from the highest point in Washington after a recent Ignatius Forum — Man, Machine, and God — at the Washington National Cathedral. National security is at stake: The […]
Kids Korner: Preparing for The Nutcracker
By Ellie AuKamp (2nd grade) and Eleanor Assey (3rd grade) In the following interview, second-grader Ellie interviews third-grader Eleanor about preparing for the Washington Ballet’s Nutcracker performance this year. An […]
Crime Report: Capitol Police Officer Indicted for Georgetown Incident; Metrobus Stabbing
In a bizarre case, a U.S. Capitol Police (USCP) officer was indicted on six counts, including federal civil rights charges after allegedly engaging in an unauthorized high-speed chase with two […]
Weekend Roundup, May 5 – 8
Happy Cinco de Mayo and Mother’s Day weekend! In addition to those springtime spectaculars, don’t miss the annual Flower Mart at the National Cathedral and much more. Wishing all moms […]
Chamber Dance Project Delights
The D.C. area’s premier contemporary ballet company — The Chamber Dance Project — has brought back live dance with four world premieres including “Tear the Edge” to the ballroom of […]
Weekend Round Up (May 20th)
Despite Richard Selden’s leaving us to move up north, we are continuing his weekend roundup tradition. This weekend, the Strathmore Children’s Chorus is hosting a virtual concert, the Spy Museum […]
Weekend Round Up December 19, 2019
The World Squash Cup finals will take place on Saturday and the official lighting of the National Menorah on Sunday (the first night of Hanukkah).
John McCain: The Long Goodbye
The presence and participation of the two presidents, George W. Bush and Barack Obama, was practically an ode to embracing bipartisanship, as opposed to a eulogy for it, as well as a kind of affront to the absence of President Donald Trump.
Weekend Round Up May 3, 2018
What will you celebrate this Saturday, May 5: the 144th running of the Kentucky Derby at the Willard’s Bonnets & Bow Ties party or Karl Marx’s 200th birthday at the Goethe-Institut?