Public Safety: Major Crimes Skewing Younger in D.C., Latest MPD Reports

January 30, 2023

A major puzzle in the D.C. crime scene is how so many young people end up on the “wrong side of the law.” Juvenile arrests for carjacking or gun offenses […]

2023 James Beard Award Semifinalists Announced

January 26, 2023

In a Jan. 25 New York City press release, the James Beard Foundation (JBF) announced its 2023 Restaurant and Chef Awards Semifinalists with nominees to be announced on March 29 […]

Iranian Pro-Democracy Marchers Rally Before Ukrainian Embassy in Georgetown

January 23, 2023

Saturday afternoon shoppers along Georgetown’s M Street seemed surprised as police shut down traffic to make way for a protest march of “between 500 to 1500” expected protesters (per a […]

Georgetown Main Street’s ‘Coffee & Community’ to Boost Business Vibrancy

January 19, 2023

“To build a stronger Georgetown community with our neighbors and among small businesses,” was a primary new year’s objective for Georgetown Main Street (GMS) at the turn of 2023. So, […]

Public Safety: MPD Reports Crime Down in Most Categories Over Last 2 Years

January 17, 2023

When horrific crimes are reported in daily local news, residents tend to feel less safe, regardless of favorable overall crime trends. Hence the skepticism some in the District have regarding […]

Our Exclusive Interview with ‘ChatGPT’ from OpenAI 

January 12, 2023

For all you know, this article might have been generated by an Artificial Intelligence (AI) algorithm.   As the world moves increasingly online for communications, commerce, research, remote work and informational […]

Exclusive Interview: Shirley Kwan-Hui, Head of New D.C. Agency Protecting Consumers and Licensing Businesses 

January 9, 2023

There’s a new consumer-protection czar in town. And her skills and life experience are poised to help safeguard D.C. residents and visitors while ensuring safe and successful business practices in […]

Crime: MPD Chief Cites 2022 Crime-Fighting Gains While Denouncing Gun Violence

January 3, 2023

On the first day of 2023, MPD Chief Robert Contee released a “Message from the Chief” lauding his department’s crime-fighting efforts last year while acknowledging the District continues to be […]

Have You Visited the Peabody Room?

December 29, 2022

As the oldest neighborhood in the nation’s capital, with early 17th-century colonial origins, Georgetown has a deep, complex and ever-emerging history. So, wouldn’t it be wonderful to have a Museum […]

Georgetown University’s Prisons and Justice Initiative Hires Adnan Syed

December 27, 2022

On December 12, when Georgetown University’s new Prisons and Justice Initiative (PJI) hired the key murder suspect featured in the most widely streamed true-crime podcast in history, the university’s Jesuit […]