Woman’s Nat’l Democratic Club Welcomes New Congresswomen — and Nancy Pelosi

February 2, 2023

You could feel the excitement, satisfaction and pride in the Dupont Circle mansion’s large dining room when more than 150 members of the Woman’s National Democratic Club gathered on an […]

Georgetown’s Unique and Tranquil Chinese Tea House Closes

January 30, 2023

The minute you closed the door at Ching Ching Cha, the Chinese tea house and shop, near the C&O Canal at 1063 Wisconsin Ave. NW, leaving behind the noisy cars […]

Portrait Unveiled of Former Georgetowner and Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson

January 26, 2023

Three levels of high grade security —  including driving at 5 mph through a building that’s an automobile-magnetometer — formal ID scrutiny, uniformed guest checkers, a total joint military-service color […]

At U.S. Mayors’ Conference, Top Issues: Public Safety, Homelessness, Migrants

January 23, 2023

Bringing life back to downtowns, public safety, gun violence, mental health, homelessness, policing, affordable housing, partnering with NGOs, businesses and private parties to fix things and pickleball, “the latest sport […]

Special Neighborhood Hang Out: Say Cheese!  

January 17, 2023

“I never thought my little café would become such a popular neighborhood hangout,” said Suzy Nabil, owner and some would say “the Spirit” of Say Cheese! at 1132 29th St. NW. Nabil […]

ANC2E Commissioners Offer Goals for 2023 


Five new Advisory Neighborhood Commissioners joined the Georgetown-Burleith-Hillandale ANC2E, which elected Elizabeth Miller as Chair and Gwen Lohse as Vice Chair. The two new commissioners representing Georgetown University were elected as […]

New 2023-24 ANC Chair Miller Manages Tight First Meeting 

January 11, 2023

The newly chosen Chair of the 2023-24 Georgetown/Burleith/Hillandale Advisory Neighborhood Commission, Elizabeth Miller, ran a tight virtual meeting on January 9 getting through the swearing in of five new Commissioners […]

Mayor Bowser Outlines ‘DC’s Comeback Plan’

January 9, 2023

Create 35,000 new jobs. Add 15,000 residents to the Downtown population by adding seven million square feet of residential units there. Reach an overall population of 725,000 in five years. […]

Top 8 Town Topics of 2022: Canal Boat, Ukraine, Jelleff, Crime

December 27, 2022

It was the year of “Getting Back to Normal” in Georgetown after almost two years of lock-down, masks on, vaccine checks and restricted events. In this environment, big things happened, […]

Duke Ellington School Fight for Autonomy Heats Up            

December 19, 2022

Ever since the old Western High School at 35th and R Streets NW was transformed physically and curriculum-wise two decades ago into the current palatial $178.5 million Duke Ellington School […]