Architect Arthur Cotton Moore, 1935-2022

September 8, 2022

A giant of Washington architecture has passed. Arthur Cotton Moore, who designed Georgetown’s Washington Harbour, bringing new life to the Potomac waterfront, and who led the stunning historic preservation and […]

Sept. ANC Update: Back-to-School, Art All Night, Rose Park, Starr Restaurant

September 6, 2022

Holding its September 2022 virtual meeting on Aug. 29 before Labor Day ensured a low public turnout, but the Georgetown-Burleith Advisory Neighborhood Commission (ANC 2E) still made momentous and potentially […]

National Book Festival Returns to an In-Person Experience (photos)

September 5, 2022

“The reading of all good books is like a conversation with the finest men of past centuries.” ― René Descartes Over the course of its 20-year history, the Library of […]

Wawa Shooting Rattles Georgetown

August 31, 2022

An apparently homeless and mentally disturbed man fired shots in and outside the Wawa convenience store at 1222 Wisconsin Ave. NW around 5:15 p.m. on Aug. 30. Metropolitan Police Officers […]

Star Chef Gilles Epié to Open L’Avant-Garde on M St.

August 26, 2022

This article was updated on Aug. 30. Georgetown will soon welcome its rock star chef. French chef Gilles Epié plans to open a restaurant on M Street in late September […]

What Dogs Can Teach Us on National Dog Day

August 25, 2022

How fitting that National Dog Day is tomorrow, Aug. 26, perfectly settled into the lazy, hazy dog days of summer. We’re all enjoying the last bit of relaxing sunshine before […]

Business Ins & Outs: Clubhouse, Hobo, Wolford, Alo Yoga, Georgetown Wine

August 22, 2022

In: Clubhouse, Instead of Church No kids allowed. Church, the former beer hall at 1070 Wisconsin Ave. NW, has transitioned to a 23-and-up bar during the evening and, in a […]

Georgetown’s 2900 M Street Reimagined


Coming fall 2023, the historic 2900 block of M Street NW in Georgetown will be reimagined with modern office and retail space. There are plans for 8,800 square feet of […]

BellRinger Bike Ride to Support Georgetown Lombardi Cancer Research

August 17, 2022

Earlier this summer, Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center (GLCCC) launched BellRinger, a bike ride and community movement to end cancer, named for the tradition of cancer patients ringing a bell […]

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


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, […]