Arts & Society
D.C. Museum Conveys Communism’s Evils, Human Aspirations for Freedom
D.C. Celebrates Joe Biden Win (photos)
November 7, 2020•
Down Pennsylvania Avenue was the place to go — near the White House, 16th and 17th Streets, Black Lives Matter Plaza and St. John’s Church at Lafayette Square.
Next Georgetowner Issue: Oct. 14
October 5, 2020•
For our 66th birthday, we’ll cover D.C.’s oldest neighborhood from its very beginning to today, and also pay tribute to our veteran and beloved writer Gary Tischler, who died this year.
Always Online, The Georgetowner’s Next Print Issue Will Be Sept. 16
August 17, 2020•
Look for feature stories on local elections (especially Ward 2 and at-large District Council races), a major analysis of Georgetown’s commercial real estate situation and The Georgetowner’s Fall Arts Preview.
D.C. Covid-19 Deaths as of July 10 Stand at 568
July 11, 2020•
From the Office of the Mayor: The District’s reported data for Friday, July 10, 2020, includes 58 new positive coronavirus (COVID-19) cases, bringing the District’s overall positive case total to […]
D.C. Covid-19 Deaths Stand at 543
June 25, 2020•
From the Office of the Mayor: The District’s reported data for Wednesday, June 24, 2020, includes 31 new positive coronavirus (COVID-19) cases, bringing the District’s overall positive case total to […]
D.C.: Coronavirus Data for May 24 — 440 Deaths
May 25, 2020•
From the Office of the Mayor: The District’s reported data for Sunday, May 25, 2020, includes 115 new positive coronavirus (COVID-19) cases, bringing the District’s overall positive case total to […]
Memorial Day Reflections — From The Georgetowner Archives
Here is a account of Memorial Day 2013 by our late colleague and writer Gary Tischler — Right Time, Right Place, Memorial Day Reflections.
Bowser Extends COVID Emergency Through May 15, Urges Mail-In Voting and Census
April 15, 2020•
If leaving their residence, all individuals must continue to social distance from others not in their household and should wear face coverings if visiting essential businesses, such as grocery stores and pharmacies.
Profs & Pints: Why Keep the Capital in Washington?
February 11, 2019•
Profs and Pints presents: “Why Keep the Capital in Washington?” with David Fontana, professor of law at George Washington University, expert on constitutions, and scholar of debates over the geographic […]
It’s the Dog Days of Summer. Send Us Your Photos.
July 30, 2018•
Enter by Aug. 3 and a photo of your captivating canine may be included in The Georgetowner’s Aug. 8 “Dog Days of Summer” issue!