A Virtual Chat With Madeleine Albright

Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright will talk via Zoom about her latest book, “Hell and Other Destinations,” on Thursday, May 28, to benefit Georgetown Village.

The Power of Art, Right Now

I have been dreading this column. I have been scared and slightly nauseated by the prospect of trying to write about art right now. I’ll...

DC Artswatch: Wolf Trap, In Series, Hillwood Book

Wolf Trap's summer season is now set to start on Friday, July 3. As of this writing, the rest of the season remains on the books.

Kitty Kelley Book Club: ‘Lost in Ghost Town’

Author Carder Stout’s name will resonate with Georgetowners who remember his family from when they lived in a mansion at 31st and P Streets.

Shakespeare’s Birthday at Home

The public is invited to post their own scenes, monologues, sonnet readings, selfies, artwork and baked goods on social media, tagging @folgerlibrary and using the hashtag #ShareYourShakespeare.

Kitty Kelley Book Club: The Silent Justice’s Deafening Opinions

Clarence Thomas, the longest-sitting justice on the current Supreme Court, is referred to as the silent one because he hardly speaks during oral arguments....

Staff Entertainment Picks; Send Us Yours

Bored during shutdown? Here are movie, TV, music and book picks from several Georgetowner staffers. We invite you to email your own to us at editorial@georgetowner.com.

An Appreciation: Gary Tischler Was Our Best

Gary Tischler never wrote an inauthentic word in his life, says colleague Ari Post, who adds: "He wrote about Bryce Harper the same way he wrote about Puccini."

‘Faster: How a Jewish Driver, an American Heiress, and a Legendary Car Beat Hitler’s...

In 1938, as author Neal Bascomb describes, the Grand Prix came down to: Dreyfus versus Caracciola, Delahaye versus Mercedes, France versus Germany, Good versus Evil.

DC Artswatch — COVID Edition

With a surge in COVID-19 cases looming, the District Council is expected to vote to extend D.C.’s state of emergency — declared on a...