Pandemic Pivot: How Businesses Are Adapting

Many local businesses are turning to creative ways to stay afloat during the coronavirus restrictions — even as they know their percentage of sales...

Mane-Taining my Sanity

Going virtual is tough enough for shops and restaurants, but a good number have made a  pandemic pivot, taking orders online and delivering right...

Volunteers on the Front Line

It’s hard to lend a helping hand from six feet away, but many Washingtonians have found ways to do so during the ongoing coronavirus crisis.

Thank you to our front-line workers!

During this pandemic, however long or harsh its reign, front-line workers are holding down the fort as many of us stay home. They are...

A Chat With Dr. Tousimis

FOR THE PIONEERING PHYSICIAN, THE ROAD TO HAPPINESS IS PAVED WITH PEACE, PASSION AND PURPOSE On paper, Dr. Eleni Tousimis is an intimidating figure. An award-winning...

Remember Us

GU272 MEMORY PROJECTS — GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY CONFRONTS ITS LEGACY OF SLAVERY “The affair gave many here a reason for speaking badly about us. No one...

Cool Spaces

The traditional office is getting a makeover. Gone are the cube farms, walled-in offices and rigid hierarchies. Today’s workspace embraces collaboration, wellness, sustainability and...

Life at the Climax of a Decade

The almost light speed by which we receive the news of events and change is one of the key themes of the decade soon to come to an end.

Holiday Fun: Georgetown and Beyond

Yuletide magic is luminous in D.C.’s oldest neighborhood. It’s time to fill your Advent calendar with only the best and brightest. From the sparkly...

Spies Like Us: The Spooks of Georgetown

“The advantage of obtaining the earliest and best Intelligence of the designs of the Enemy ... have induced me to entrust the management of...