Bells Are Ringing! How Immunotherapy is Unlocking Doors to a Cancer Cure

August 17, 2022

The New Frontier: Immunotherapy  Your immune system is on a mission, constantly assessing threats, identifying invaders, and neutralizing or killing them off. It is a finely tuned network of organs, […]

Capital Fringe Festival Comes to Georgetown Park   

July 13, 2022

Whoever says you can’t have it all, has yet to go to the Capital Fringe Festival. For the first time, the annual theater event highlighting local, new, and “fringe” playwrights […]

Exclusive Interview: Mayor Muriel Bowser Has ‘Best Job in Washington’ and Plans to Keep It 

June 15, 2022

Mayor Muriel Bowser met with Georgetowner staffers at their office next to the C&O Canal on the hottest day of the year so far, May 31, to discuss what she […]

The Sky’s the Limit!: Pushing Our Boundaries

January 12, 2022

With the new year much on our minds and a whole new crop of freshly-resolved new year’s resolutions, the staff of The Georgetowner opted to explore the concepts of “stepping […]

With Some Puck, Our Holidays Light Up

December 8, 2021

“If we want the neighborhood to be interested in us, we have to be interested in the neighborhood,” says Wolfgang Puck, the celebrity chef name behind Cut, the restaurant in […]

2021 Fall Arts Preview

September 16, 2021

In these challenging times, the arts feed our souls, whether we’re hearing a new song for the first time, watching a dramatic scene play out on stage, or gazing at a […]

Fred Maroon: Georgetown’s and the World’s Photographer 


“The highest art of the camera lies in its ability to extend to all the vision of the gifted,” said photographer Fred J. Maroon, who lived in Georgetown for decades […]

How D.C.’s AG Racine Tackles Issues of Housing and Homelessness 

August 19, 2021

What should be done about the crisis of housing and homelessness in the District? While many hold theories, the District’s Attorney General, Karl A. Racine wields powerful tools to address matters […]

Whitman Walker Clinic Doctor Talks Mental Health and Homelessness


Dr. Colleen Lane is the medical site director at the Whitman-Walker Health’s Max Robinson site in Southeast D.C. She has seen many patients in her clinical work cycle between housing security and homelessness, with […]

Council Member Pinto and Georgetown BID Pursue Humane Tent Encampment Strategies 

August 18, 2021

In this pandemic summer, tent encampments of unhoused residents seem to be popping up everywhere across the District. What is to be done?  For those suffering homelessness in the harsh urban landscape, how […]