I remember visiting Washington, D.C., with my family when I was in eighth grade. I was so excited that we were there around Earth Day. Leonardo DiCaprio — fresh off […]
Luckily, Monday, March 3, 1913, dawned bright and clear. It was cold, but that would only really be a problem for the barefoot dancers on the marble steps of the Treasury […]
There are many political women in Washington, D.C., of course, and Georgetown has its fair share. Besides Rep. Donna Shalala, the town can boast of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, second […]
To the surprise of some, Georgetown can tell the story of early and contemporary America from a black perspective.
Let’s talk about marches and shutdowns and “life-threatening” temperatures and scuffles and bigots and presidents and politicians. Let’s not. Let’s talk about Dorothy, the Tin Man, the Cowardly Lion and […]
While most films centered on Washington, D.C., or Georgetown involve the government, politics, Capitol Hill and the White House — not to mention the military, the CIA or the NSA […]
After various awards ceremonies, the home- stretch spotlight has fallen upon the win-or- lose finalists for the 91st Academy Awards, the Oscars. The just-released list of nominees is a mixed […]