Whole Foods to Debut Just Walk Out Technology in D.C., Calif.

September 9, 2021

While Whole Foods lovers will have to wait a little longer for their Glover Park store to reopen, there is excitement building that it is one of first that will […]

ANC Resolved About Widened and Cemented Sidewalks

September 7, 2021

Before a historic number of online participants – 140 – the Georgetown-Burleith Advisory Neighborhood Commission on Aug.  30 amid a packed agenda, spent a good proportion of the time on […]

Mayor Cuts Ribbon on $440M Frederick Douglass Memorial Bridge


Mayor Muriel Bowser and District Department of Transportation Acting Director Everett Lott cut the ribbon today on the new Frederick Douglass Memorial Bridge. They were joined by federal and local […]

Police Report: D.C. Homicide Rate Up 15 Percent, Neighborhood Incidents


Here’s our neighborhood’s latest police and crime news gathered from the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD): Sept. 6 – Arrest: Assault with a Dangerous Weapon (Knife) on the unit block of […]

Our Sept. 15 Issue: The Georgetowner’s Fall Arts Preview

September 2, 2021

Our Next Issue: September 15, 2021 Get ready to get inspired. The Arts Preview is back. It’s the biggest, most highly anticipated issue of the year — The Georgetowner’s Arts Preview. […]

Heartbreak: Mourning the Loss of 13 Service Members

August 30, 2021

August is the cruelest month. Especially so for the families of the thirteen young service men and women killed in what many experts said was an inevitable yet preventable act […]

Marching for Voting Rights in D.C. (photos)

August 28, 2021

“The right of voting for representatives is the primary right by which other rights are protected. To take away this right is to reduce a man to slavery, for slavery […]

D.C. Arts Watch: New Leadership All Around Town

August 26, 2021

After a brief hiatus, D.C Arts Watch is back! Richard Selden left us with a solid foundation and we’re eager to bring you monthly news about the movers and shakers in the D.C. arts […]

Georgetown-Rosslyn Gondola Still a Possibility 

August 19, 2021

The future is still possible in Georgetown. In its approved 2022 budget, the D.C. Council included $10 million for the city to purchase 3607 M St. NW —  site of […]

How to Help Afghan Refugees: Donations Accepted at Berliner, Lapis


The takeover of Afghanistan by the Taliban has triggered a rush of refugees from that Central Asian nation. In Washington, D.C., friends of the Afghan people are asking how they […]