Weekend Roundup, Jan. 26 – 29  

January 26, 2023

Another weekend is upon us! Can you believe January is winding down? There is of course lots to do, from performances at The Kennedy Center to the Architecture and Design […]

Museum of American History Unveils ‘Entertainment Nation’

January 19, 2023

Fantasy creations from  Hollywood —  R2-D2 and C-3PO costumes from “Return of the Jedi,” (1983) and Dorothy’s Ruby Slippers from “The Wizard of Oz” (1939) — are posed at the entrance […]

Weekend Roundup, Jan. 19 – 22 


This week, we’ve got lots to do and see. Visit The Mosaic Theater for their new “Catalyst New Play Festival,” enjoy The Wharf’s Fire & Ice Festival, see an exhibit […]

GU’s Let Freedom Ring MLK Celebration Returns to Kennedy Center


On Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Jan. 16, Georgetown University’s Let Freedom Ring Celebration returned to the Kennedy Center to present an award in the name of John Thompson Jr. […]

Weekend Roundup, Jan. 12 – 16

January 12, 2023

Welcome to another weekend (and a long MLK-one at that!) Without further ado, here’s your weekly roundup of things to do. Enjoy the beginning of Winter Restaurant Week, a tea […]

Weekend Roundup, Jan. 5 – 8

January 5, 2023

Happy New Year! Ring in 2023 with events like a Pilates class that’s part of Georgetown Glow, a show from The Chamber Dance Project, Wicked at The Kennedy Center and […]

Joyeux Noel for Opera Society

December 30, 2022

Under the patronage of French Ambassador Philippe Etienne, the Washington Opera Society celebrated the holidays with song at the Embassy of France on Dec. 13. Following a cocktail reception, guests […]

Weekend Roundup, Dec. 22 – 25

December 22, 2022

We made it! We’re officially into Christmas weekend. If you’re in town or perhaps have family coming to visit, here are just a few festive options. We at The Georgetowner […]

A Multicultural Voice at Choral Arts 

December 19, 2022

“I’d like to start off with a song, if that’s okay,” said Jace Kaholokula Saplan. Delighted by the idea, the attendees at The Georgetowner’s Dec. 15 Cultural Leadership Breakfast were […]

‘Spirit in the Dark’: Uplifting Journey at African American History Museum

December 15, 2022

“Spirit in the Dark: Religion in Black Music, Activism, and Popular Culture” at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture  (NMAAHC), through November 2023, is like walking […]