Bowser Re-elected for Third Term: Few Surprises in D.C.

November 10, 2022

It’s always a bit ironic to go through all the months (sometimes years) of hype about a big national election in Washington, D.C. — the fervent destination of hundreds of […]

Celebrating Georgetown and Washington, D.C. Centennials

September 14, 2022

What Was It Like 100 Years Ago?  As we commemorate major centennials, why not travel by Time Machine back 100 years?  In 1922 – only four years since the end […]

Only in D.C.: Watergate, Title IX Reviewed 50 Years Later, In Person

June 27, 2022

Only in D.C. During the past two weeks, Georgetowners personally have experienced a plethora of historic events happening and commemorated in person just blocks from their homes and offices: the first […]

Georgetown Mourns, Memorializes Madeleine Albright (1937-2022)

March 24, 2022

The death from cancer on March 23 of Madeleine K. Albright (1937-2022) – the first woman U.S. Secretary of State – marks a time now for celebrating the life of […]

After Brawl of a Debate, Dems Ponder

February 20, 2020

On Feb. 19, the crowd watching at the Woman’s National Democratic Club was subdued, serious, intently listening. There were no exuberant reactions.

Democratic Women: Following Debates, Ready to March

January 16, 2020

While watching the debate, many at the Woman’s National Democratic Club drew and colored-in large posters that they planned to take to the third annual Women’s March on Saturday.

Ward 2 Council Candidates Debate, Minus Evans

September 30, 2019

Long-term Council member Jack Evans did not participate in the Sept. 26 debate, as he has not yet declared his candidacy for the 2020 race.

The Senate Vote: A Turning Point?

July 31, 2017

The tension built as the tallies rose evenly into the high 40s. Then, around 1:30 a.m. Friday, Sen. John McCain reentered the chamber.