The Georgetowner’s Next Print Issue: Nov. 11

We’ll highlight the coolest gifts and ideas Georgetown has to offer, and share tips on entertaining at a distance and keeping the holiday spirit alive — even in the age of COVID.

D.C. Council to Be Majority Women, Majority Black

Tuesday's election had some expected wins in Washington, D.C. — Joe Biden, Brooke Pinto, Vincent Gray — and a few surprises, such as a win for Christina Henderson.

Memorial to COVID-19 Deaths: White Flags of Innocence, Not Surrender

Artist Suzanne Brennan Firstenberg of Bethesda changes the numerals on the sign regularly. Ruppert Landscape donated its skills to get the Armory Parade Ground installation started.

Friday Afternoon Armed Robbery; Midnight Holdup Saturday

Georgetown's uptick in crimes involving firearms continues. On Friday, roofers were robbed while parked near 35th and P Streets; another robbery took place on Saturday night on 29th Street.

CAG’s Dynamic Duo: Tara Sakraida Parker and Susan Dabbar

CAG's Oct. 20 virtual meeting will focus on Georgetown retail, with comments from the Georgetown BID, also featuring Georgetown advisory neighborhood commission candidates.

Next Georgetowner Issue: Oct. 14

For our 66th birthday, we'll cover D.C.'s oldest neighborhood from its very beginning to today, and also pay tribute to our veteran and beloved writer Gary Tischler, who died this year.

‘Hear Me Roar!’: 5th Women’s March Planned for Oct. 17 (photos)

Just 17 days before the election, the Women’s March organization plans a demonstration targeting President Donald Trump, in particular his move to fill Ruth Bader Ginsburg's seat.

D.C. Begins to Reopen One Small Step at a Time

A live entertainment pilot allows City Winery, GALA Hispanic Theatre, the Hamilton, the Kennedy Center, Pearl Street Warehouse and Union Stage to reopen with a maximum capacity of 50.

RBG: We Bid You Farewell (photos)

After thousands paid their respects to the late Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg at the U.S. Supreme Court, she become the first woman and the first Jewish person to lie in state at the U.S. Capitol.

Bourbon Steak Reopens After Hotel Fire

Overseen by the Four Seasons Hotel's executive chef, Sébastien Giannini, Bourbon Steak is back after being closed for more than a month.