City-Wide Vaccination Entry Requirements Begin Saturday, Jan. 15

January 13, 2022

Mayor Muriel Bowser has ordered that starting this Saturday, Jan. 15 at 6 a.m. patrons of public businesses will be required to verify vaccination against Covid-19 prior to entry, as […]

Tech Tip: So, Do You Still Have a Company Culture?

January 3, 2022

Many companies have been using remote work for so long there are growing concerns over how this will influence company culture moving forward. Let’s discuss how you can avoid having […]

Omicron Surge Shutters 5 Smithsonian Museums

December 30, 2021

As the Omicron variant has spread alarmingly throughout the District, the Smithsonian Institution – suffering a shortage of support staff to serve the public  –  has announced temporary closures of […]

With Omicron, G.U. Cancels Events, Moves Finals Online

December 16, 2021

On Monday Dec. 13, DC Health announced the first four confirmed cases of the Omicron variant in the District of Columbia. One was reported to be at Georgetown University — “a community […]

Mayor Mellows Mask Mandate

November 22, 2021

Some call the new sometimes-off, sometimes-on District mask mandate ordered by Mayor Muriel Bowser beginning today Monday Nov. 22 a “dropping.” Others call it “on the way out.” Others call […]

Best Face Forward: Or, How to Look Beautiful Without the Knife

October 14, 2021

Over the past 18 months, people have discovered all sorts of new interests and activities. Bread baking. Extreme TV binge-watching. Pandemic pets. Pandemic parenting. Me? I discovered my face, or […]

Georgetown Celebrates the Arts Program Heightens Fall Colors, Moods on Book Hill


With autumn’s arrival, splashes of color have been spotted along Wisconsin Avenue — but of the artistic, not the arboreal kind. In a pilot public arts program sponsored by the Washington […]

Q&A Cafe with Scott Gottlieb: ‘I Don’t Think I Can Visit China Anymore’

October 12, 2021

Dr. Scott Gottlieb was interviewed by Carol Joynt at her Q&A luncheon held at the George Town Club on Oct. 7.  She recalled that the Q&A Café was started in […]

Following Pandemic Year, 39th Annual RAMMY Winners Announced

September 20, 2021

There’s no doubt about it, it’s been a rough year-and-a-half for the restaurant industry. A sense of resilience and hope emerged last night however, at the 39th Annual RAMMY Awards, hosted […]

Georgetown’s Renowned Blues Alley Reopens Sept. 16

September 16, 2021

At the height of the pandemic in February 2021, it looked like D.C.’s most famous jazz supper club — Georgetown’s Blues Alley — might be shuttering for good. But now, […]