A Georgetown Christmas: Eight Favorites

December 7, 2016

Eight FavoritesWashington Harbour Ice Skating One of the top local winter-holiday activities is ice skating on the rink at Washington Harbour. This was reported by a 5-year-old, a 7-year-old and […]

Metro’s ‘Culture of Saftey’ Still in Question

“A safety of culture is taking root at Metro,” said Paul Wiedefeld, director of Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, at the National Press Club last week. That was a day […]

Overheard at Lunch: D.C. Gossip Girl 12/7

Makeup Artist Weds, Sees Stars Kym Lee, the celebrity makeup artist based in the D.C. area, married Dant’e King, founding pastor at Forward Church in Maryland, over Thanksgiving weekend. Lee’s […]

Hyde-Addison Parents Confront Mayor, Deputy Mayor

Georgetown’s St. Johns Church meeting room was packed. Concerned citizens and parents, standing two deep along the walls — many with red T-shirts declaring “Don’t Wing the Swing” — applauded […]

Crime Report: Holiday Crime Prevention Tips for Georgetown

Ah, the holidays. So special! So busy! So crowded! And (can be) so dangerous! While overall crime is down in Georgetown over the past months, Metropolitan Police Department officers Adam […]

Frustrated Hyde-Addison Parents Confront Mayor, Deputy Mayor

December 5, 2016

“Time is running short,” said Mayor Bowser at the Nov. 29 meeting about where students would move during the school’s renovation.

Streetcars in Georgetown? It’s Complicated

November 29, 2016

Experts from the District Department of Transportation presented various options Nov. 17 at Pinstripes.

Washington, D.C., as a Sanctuary City: Honesty and Balance Needed

November 23, 2016

  Less than 24 hours after Donald Trump won the election for President of the United States, Mayor Muriel Bowser was confronted by an angry group of “activists” according to […]

Funny but Scared Maureen Dowd at Q&A Café

November 17, 2016

The New York Times columnist and author was debriefed after the election by Carol Joynt.

Assessing the First 100 Days: Productive or ‘Silly’?

Participants in the CQ/Roll Call Election Impact conference focused on what significant actions might be done by next April.