Longtime Georgetowner Don Crockett Dies at 85

October 2, 2023

Don Warren Crockett, 85, a resident of Georgetown for 50 years, passed away peacefully on Sept. 26. Crockett was born in Logan, Utah, in 1938. He graduated from Harvard Law School […]

Georgetown’s Art All Night: A Spectacular Showcase

By Hailey Wharram On Friday, Sept. 29, Wisconsin Avenue was bustling with music, art, and elation from N St. to R St. Between 6 p.m. and 11 p.m., the Georgetown […]

Hit List Dinner at Le Clou Is a Big Hit

September 28, 2023

The Hit List Dinner Series came to Le Clou in NoMa with a lavish culinary presentation by chef Nicholas Stefanelli on Sept. 14. At the restaurant, diners experienced a menu […]

Painter Robin Sutliff Ready to Dazzle at Georgetown’s Art All Night

September 25, 2023

By Hailey Wharram Donned in paint-splattered jeans and electric pink lipstick, Robin Sutliff is in her element with a paintbrush in hand. After a swift scan of her canvas — […]

Real Estate: Extensive Refurbishing Planned for 1850s Scott-Grant House

Big news on the Scott-Grant House at 3238 R St. NW. Extensive refurbishments are in the works. Built in the late 1850s, the site was a place former President Ulysses […]

GU to Host Celebrated African-American Folk Musician, Scholar Jake Blount

September 18, 2023

By Hailey Wharram Jake Blount, a renowned multi-instrumentalist and scholar specializing in African American roots music, will participate in a two-day artist residency at Georgetown University from Sept. 20 to […]

Real Estate: Jackie Kennedy Georgetown Estate Up for Auction 

Jackie Kennedy’s former N Street estate in Georgetown is up for auction. The 18th-century home, located at 3017 N St. NW, had its price reduced to $22.5 million in May, […]

Clergy Express Support for Homeless Nonprofit  

September 13, 2023

We, the clergy leaders of Georgetown congregations, support Georgetown Ministry Center (GMC) because it is the single most important resource for our neighbors experiencing homelessness in this community. GMC is […]

Arts Education Is Key to Our Cultural Heritage 

 Washington didn’t become the sizzling arts capital it is today without our local artists shaping and enriching our cultural landscape. And perhaps there’s no better way to preserve our arts […]

Washington, D.C.: Our Culture Capital

 Perhaps no city in the world possesses such a unique cultural heritage as Washington, D.C. Home to iconic public monuments of world significance – Lincoln gazing across the Reflecting Pool […]