Mapping Georgetown: Spice Up Your Life

January 2, 2024

As New Year’s resolutions are on our minds, here’s an opportunity make your life more zesty!  This inspiring Mapping Georgetown story features dedication, determination and the Spice of Life!   […]

Mapping Georgetown: Boundless Compassion Brings Love for Thanksgiving

November 20, 2023

“Dressing” for Thanksgiving? Here’s a Thanksgiving love-story to help us all be grateful for the big-hearted and large-souled people in our lives. If an Angel disguised as a man with […]

Mapping Georgetown: The Coveted ‘Parking Sticker’

October 23, 2023

Anyone will tell you that getting a parking sticker in Georgetown is a rite of passage. You can’t park in Georgetown without a Zone 2 parking sticker. You can’t get […]

Mapping Georgetown: A Walking Mindfulness Guide

October 2, 2023

  Is there stillness in your life? Contemplation? Are the roses smelling sweet? Is there ever enough mindfulness? In case you haven’t noticed, Kripalu Certified Outdoor Mindfulness Guide, Susan West […]

Mapping Georgetown: Neighborhood Services Lifting Up the Unhoused

September 18, 2023

“SEEKING LASTING SOLUTIONS to homelessness ONE PERSON AT A TIME.”  ~ Georgetown Ministry Center. This is our third and last story in a series on the plight of the homeless […]

Mapping Georgetown: In Giving, We Receive

September 11, 2023

“For it is in giving that we receive.” ~ St. Francis of Assisi We live in such abundance. Can we even imagine how it must feel to be stomach-achingly hungry […]

Mapping Georgetown: Georgetown Ministry Center a ‘Safe Place’

September 5, 2023

“She made my coat of many colorsThat I was so proud of…” ~ Dolly Parton It’s so heartwarming to share stories of Georgetown’s most community-minded citizens, those who work so […]

Mapping Georgetown: ‘Lincoln in the Bardo’ Author Visits Sacred Spaces

August 21, 2023

Only in Georgetown… would a visiting gentleman, driving along Rock Creek, notice a cemetery and discover it to be The Oak Hill Cemetery where President Lincoln’s son Willie was laid […]

Mapping Georgetown: Cherishing St. John’s

June 20, 2023

What do Francis Scott Key, Reverand Gini Gerbasi, Ann Laporta and Katie Remedios all have in common? Their cherishing of  Georgetown’s historic St. John’s Episcopal Church at 3240 O St. […]

Mapping Georgetown: Emily Durso at the Francis Scott Key Book Shop (Part II)

April 17, 2023

In our April 3 Mapping Georgetown Story “Where Will Georgetown Take You?”, Emily Durso painted a beautiful picture of growing up in Georgetown and Rose Park and she shared with us […]