Business Ins & Outs: Wolford, Marston Luce, District Doughnut

January 9, 2023

In: Wolford Exquisite — and, yes, sexy — hosiery. Founded more than 70 years ago, Wolford, the Austrian Apparel and Skinwear brand, opened its first Washington, D.C., boutique in Georgetown on […]

Business Ins & Outs 2022: L’Avant-Garde, Hobo, Whole Foods; Berliner, Amazon Books, CB2


Welcome: L’Avant-Garde, Yellow, Showfields, Hobo, Glossier, Bitty & Beau’s, Fountain Inn and others. Farewell: Berliner, Officina, Fluevog, Pie Sisters, Petite Soeur, Sara’s, CB2 and others. It was a busy year for Georgetown […]

Mayor Bowser Sworn in for Historic Third Term

January 2, 2023

Mayor Muriel Bowser was sworn in for a historic third term as the Mayor of the District of Columbia at Washington Convention Center on Jan. 2. She is the first […]

Inaugural Georgetown Christmas Caroling Big Hit

December 19, 2022

The First Annual Georgetown Community Christmas Caroling on Dec. 11 proved an instant hit. “We had 50 carolers, and we stopped at six homes,” organizer and advisory neighborhood commissioner Elizabeth Miller […]

Santas Come to Georgetown

December 12, 2022

Over the weekend, Georgetown started its 12 days of Christmas early as Santa Claus showed up at Volta Park, Rose Park, the George Town Club and who knows where else. […]

Farewell, RFK. Thanks for the Memories


If you walked into the rusty, dilapidated stadium named for Robert Francis Kennedy on Dec. 8 for the kickoff of the Farewell RFK Stadium campaign, you shared an initial emotion […]

Grand Openings for L’Avant-Garde and Yellow Cafe

December 7, 2022

Georgetowners have been anticipating the debut of these two restaurants for quite some time. They open this week. L’Avant-Garde L’Avant-Garde, a contemporary brasserie by Fady Saba along with storied Michelin-starred […]

Citizens Tap Sawyer as Executive Director


The Citizens Association of Georgetown has a new executive director — Brittany Sawyer, 40, who lives in Georgetown and has volunteered with CAG since 2017, previously co-chairing the Development Committee. […]

Bermingham RBG Photo Gets Stamp of Approval


A 2023 Forever stamp will honor Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg (1933-2020), the 107th Supreme Court Justice of the United States. The U.S. Postal Service called Ginsburg “a passionate proponent of […]

David Hudgens — 1957-2022


David Wayne Hudgens, age 65, died Nov. 19. A Georgetowner since 1997, he lived  at 3017 N St. NW, once home to Yolande Betbeze Fox, Miss America 1951 — and […]