Citizens’ Welcome Back Picnic Delights the Kids and Parents

September 20, 2021

Rose Park at 26th and O streets on a late Sunday afternoon was filled with summer fun thanks to the Welcome Back Georgetown Picnic put on by the Citizens Association […]

17th Annual DC JazzFest Kicks Off at House of Sweden (photos)

September 2, 2021

It was stormy outside but there was magic inside the House of Sweden on the Georgetown waterfront on the evening of Sept 1. After a year off due to the […]

‘Kings, Queens and Quarterbacks’ at Meridian 

August 19, 2021

Social secretaries from foreign embassies across Washington’s diplomatic community gathered in the opulent garden of the Meridian International Center Aug. 11 and joined in celebrating the recently arrived White House […]

Let’s Have a Ball!: 2021 Balls & Galas 


Compiled by Mary Bird & Kate Oczypok   After a tough 2020, area organizations and non-profits are getting creative holding their annual balls and galas while complying with local mask mandates. We compiled a list of […]

‘I Alone Can Fix It’ Q&A Packs Club

August 1, 2021

Carol Joynt welcomed back Washington Post Pulitzer Prize winners Carol Leonnig and Philip Rucker to a July 29 Q&A luncheon at The George Town Club to discuss their latest Donald […]

Happy Hour with the Diplomatic Palate 

July 22, 2021

A hip, diplomatic crowd gathered at the Ven Embassy Row Hotel July 9 to help launch a series of international food tasting extravaganzas featuring the nation’s capital very own diplomats. […]

The Washington Ballet Kicks Off 45th Season   

June 16, 2021

Dry clean those dresses and suits, gowns and tuxedos — the D.C. social scene is back! The Washington Ballet kicked off its 45th season post-Covid with its annual gala on […]

Weekend Round Up (May 20th)

May 20, 2021

Despite Richard Selden’s leaving us to move up north, we are continuing his weekend roundup tradition. This weekend, the Strathmore Children’s Chorus is hosting a virtual concert, the Spy Museum […]

‘Georgetown,’ a Film About Murder. Or Is It?


It happened in Georgetown. In August of 2011. A murder and investigation that verged on the “you can’t make this stuff up” category. Now a fictionalized movie about the bizarre […]

Weekly Arts Round Up, February 4, 2021

February 4, 2021

Get into a February frame of mind with red works of art at Washington Printmakers Gallery and two streamed poetry programs.