D.C. Sues Bitcoin Evangelist Michael Saylor for $25 Million in Unpaid Taxes  

September 12, 2022

D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine announced on Aug. 31 a tax fraud lawsuit “against Michael J. Saylor, a billionaire technology executive who has resided in the District of Columbia for […]

Architect Arthur Cotton Moore, 1935-2022

September 8, 2022

A giant of Washington architecture has passed. Arthur Cotton Moore, who designed Georgetown’s Washington Harbour, bringing new life to the Potomac waterfront, and who led the stunning historic preservation and […]

Fun, Almost Back-to-Normal Summer Weekend in Georgetown

June 13, 2022

Pools open! Parades and parties! Picnics in the park. Pop-ups including a free champagne garden party. Plenty of shopping in Georgetown — with a chance to slip easily over to Virginia to […]

D.C. Hails Tony & Joe’s on 35th Anniversary

June 9, 2022

Mayor Muriel Bowser “with the nearly 700,000 residents of Washington, D.C.,” as she wrote in her June 5 proclamation, congratulated Tony & Joe’s Seafood Place on “35 phenomenal years — […]

‘Worry to Wonder’ Book Party Perfect Lent Event

March 3, 2022

Does going to a book signing party at the penthouse of Nancy Taylor Bubes the day before the start of Lent bring you closer to God? For many fans and […]

Weekend Round Up, Dec. 9 – 12

December 9, 2021

Can you believe we’re just a few weeks away from 2022? Enjoy the rest of all 2021 has to offer with some weekend events like a family-friendly ice maze, an […]

Police Host Coffee Chat and K-9 Storybook Time

October 7, 2021

  More than a dozen small children and their parents gathered around Officer A. Rodriguez, a 26-year veteran Metropolitan Police Officer, in Rose Park Wednesday afternoon and listened to her […]

For Seafood Entrepreneur Greg Casten, the Point is ‘The Point’

July 22, 2021

Dynamic entrepreneur Greg Casten helms the sustainable seafood company Profish and a bevy of establishments featuring its produce, including Tony & Joe’s and Nick’s Riverside in Washington Harbour. But what […]

‘Glow’ Lights Up Georgetown Starting April 9

April 8, 2021

This year, there are two parts to “Glow.” The spring component will run through June 27 and the summer component from July 2 through Sept. 26.

Halloween Decorations Are Popping Up (photos)

October 5, 2020

The empress of Georgetown Halloween house decorations, Nancy Taylor Bubes, has moved her growing, astounding, scary collection to Washington Harbour at the Georgetown waterfront.