Weekend Round Up, Oct. 6 – 9

October 6, 2022

Another fall weekend awaits! Now that we’re fully into October, there are plenty of ways to enjoy the autumnal weather. Mount Vernon’s Fall Wine Festival and Sunset Tour is this […]

Georgetown Canal to Be Drained Much Longer Than Anticipated, Through 2025

October 3, 2022

Disappointing news from the C&O Canal National Historic Park and Georgetown Heritage today: Georgetown’s section of the C&O Canal will be drained soon and remain potentially dry for as long […]

Business Ins & Outs: Lugano Diamonds, Hobo Bags, Sleep Number Beds


Coming: Lugano Diamonds to Take Over Eno Space Who knew that wine, cheese and charcuterie could lead to diamonds? Lugano Diamonds & Jewelry, designer and manufacturer of high-end, one-of-a-kind jewelry, […]

Business Ins & Outs: Lutèce Gets Top Praise; Empty 7-Eleven, Sara’s to Get New Tenants 

September 26, 2022

Congrats! New York Times Praises Lutèce A terrific culinary shout-out — and well deserved for owner Zubair Popal and family — for the bistro at 1522 Wisconsin Ave. NW. Last week, […]

Georgetown’s Art All Night: A Brilliant Evening


Georgetown’s second annual Art All Night festivities wowed attendees and crackled with celebratory community energy last Friday, Sept. 23 from 5:30 to 10:30 p.m. along the upper Wisconsin Ave. NW […]

Rose Park’s 100th Birthday Celebrated in Style


Rose Park in Georgetown — from P and 26th Streets NW all the way south along Rock Creek Park parkway to M and 27th Streets NW — is an active, […]

Transformer at 20: Co-Founder of Visual Arts Nonprofit Tells All 


Speaking at The Georgetowner’s Sept. 22 Cultural Leadership Breakfast, Victoria Reis said being at the Tabard Inn felt like coming “full circle.” Reis recalled meeting in the very same room […]

Celebrating Georgetown and Washington, D.C. Centennials

September 14, 2022

What Was It Like 100 Years Ago?  As we commemorate major centennials, why not travel by Time Machine back 100 years?  In 1922 – only four years since the end […]

Fall Arts Preview: Performing Arts


OPERA   The D.C. United stadium will become a square in Seville when Washington National Opera brings “Carmen” to Audi Field for this fall’s free Opera on the Field (Sept. 25). […]

Fall Arts Preview : Visual Arts  


Sargent and Spain   National Gallery of Art   Oct. 2, 2022 – Jan. 2, 2023    John Singer Sargent’s decades-long captivation with Spain yielded a remarkable body of work. Over seven extended […]