Going virtual is tough enough for shops and restaurants, but a good number have made a pandemic pivot, taking orders online and delivering right to homebound customers’ doorsteps. For local […]
Much of Georgetown has shut down, but one can still see joggers, bicyclists, parents pushing strollers, dogs being walked and plenty of construction workers.
The Georgetowner wants to hear all about the hijinks, shenanigans and adorable (deplorable?) behavior of our readers’ furry friends.
The day before I was to have my hair colored by my wonderful hairdresser, the salon owner called to say they we were closing for two weeks.
“Mommy? Can I please stop watching the iPad now?” My six-year-old son not so gently shakes my arm as I roll over in bed. I check the clock: 10 a.m. […]
Now that the CDC is advising us, symptomatic or not, to wear masks when we go outside, they are, of course, nowhere to be found.
Days in our comfy college sweatshirt, unwashed hair and no makeup are driving us to the brink — and our partners to the hills.
The number of known positive cases is growing everywhere. But the determining factors in the severity of the disease are the number and percentage of deaths.
There are some simple things to do to help prevent the spread of illness, applicable not just to coronavirus but to many other types of ailments. Mayor Bowser’s recommendations mirror the CDC’s ones.
Whether you prefer to slip, strap or buckle on your sandals, the shops of Georgetown can take care of you — way down to your tippy toes.