To Mask or Not in D.C.? It’s Confusing
New regulations issues by Mayor Bowser provided for some loosening of mask requirements, specifying about a dozen situations where masks did not have to be worn outdoors.
Mayor Bowser Lifts Some COVID Restrictions
Alcohol can now be sold until midnight, but restaurants are required to close by midnight. Also, on March 22, indoor dining at restaurants can increase to 25-percent capacity.
A Path for Theaters to Open Safely
Olney Theatre Center’s artistic director asks: Is live entertainment going to be the only industry that is not put on a path to safely reopen?
Georgetown’s Call Your Mother ‘Jew-ish’ Deli Finally Opens
Since the beginning of 2020, residents and students — the main campus of Georgetown University is two blocks away — have awaited the popular bagel spot.
Sidewalk Widening Plans, Concerns in Georgetown
Can Georgetown’s brick sidewalks accommodate socially distanced diners, lines of customers, curbside pickups and drop-offs, sidewalk sales and pedestrians?
Bowser Starts Phase 1 Opening May 29, Calls It ‘Stay at Home Light’
Starting tomorrow, outdoor seating will be allowed at restaurants and some retail shops will be open for pickup.
D.C. Looks to Begin Reopening May 29, Mayor Says
With community spread of the disease declining for the last 11 days, D.C. looks certain to hit the 14-day mark that will allow a partial reopening.
Slow Bustling in Georgetown
Much of Georgetown has shut down, but one can still see joggers, bicyclists, parents pushing strollers, dogs being walked and plenty of construction workers.
Rock Creek Kings: Musical Cure for Pandemic Quarantine
Rock Creek Kings, which calls itself a “Roots Rock” band, has taken over a corner of the east side of Georgetown, where its founder Evan Moses lives. Members of the band […]