Patrons’ Party Attracts the Best of Georgetown

April 18, 2024

As usual, it was the place to be: the annual Patrons’ Party for the Georgetown House Tour. The April 17 party at Dumbarton House would have made first lady Dolley […]

Editorial: Take a Breath and Honor Our Planet  

April 10, 2024

With all the happy chaos that spring can bring, sometimes Earth Day can fly by in the blink of an eye. We encourage you to stop, take a breath and […]

Real Estate: What to Know About the Recent Commissions Settlement

March 25, 2024

A revolutionary new settlement was reached by The National Association of Realtors that will affect realtors, buyers and sellers. Here is everything you need to know. We will dive into […]

Real Estate: C. Boyden Gray House Hits Market

The historic property at 1534 28th St. NW has stood for over 100 years as the Robert Dodge House, named for a prominent Georgetown family. Dodge was a merchant and […]

Editorial & Opinion: Time to Think of Creative Solutions to Prevent Homicide

January 10, 2024

As the new year rolled in, readers of the Washington Post were greeted by this front-page story: “2023 Was District’s Deadliest Year in More Than Two Decades: The City Recorded […]

Weekend Roundup, Dec. 14 – 17

December 14, 2023

Can you believe it? Christmas will be here next weekend. Hanukkah ends Friday. Kwanzaa starts Dec. 26. Basically, the holiday season is flying by! Here are some ideas for what […]

The Georgetowner’s 2023 Holiday Theater Guide

November 8, 2023

LAST CHANCE THIS MONTH …   You can put on the Ritz with Dr. Frankenstein (“It’s pronounced Franken-STEEN!”) and his monster, but not for long. The Little Theatre of Alexandria’s production […]

Oct. 19 Breakfast Speaker: Glen Echo’s Katey Boerner

September 21, 2023

Katey Boerner, CEO of the Glen Echo Park Partnership for Arts and Culture, will be the October speaker in The Georgetowner’s monthly cultural breakfast series. Admission to the event, on […]

Washington, D.C.: Our Culture Capital

September 13, 2023

 Perhaps no city in the world possesses such a unique cultural heritage as Washington, D.C. Home to iconic public monuments of world significance – Lincoln gazing across the Reflecting Pool […]

In D.C., a More Traditional Independence Day (photos)

July 5, 2022

Countless thousands again descended on Washington, D.C., on July 4 under clear skies to celebrate the 246th anniversary of our nation’s independence. And it felt more like the typical Fourth […]