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

August 17, 2022

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, […]

The Office Experience Immerses Fans in Dunder Mifflin


Actress Kate Flannery, who played Meredith Palmer, delighted such a thing exists.   It seems like every show these days is getting the “immersive experience” treatment: Friends, Bridgerton, Stranger Things and […]

Rehabilitating The Washington Canoe Club 

August 15, 2022

In a race against nature’s destructive forces, Georgetown’s most prominent architectural feature and historic landmark on the Potomac River – the now-dilapidated Washington Canoe Club (WCC) – is on a path […]

Georgetown’s Move-In Weekend Begins Aug. 18


Georgetown University’s incoming first-year and new transfer students will move in on Thursday, Aug. 18, and Friday, Aug. 19. Rising sophomores, juniors and seniors will move in on Sunday, Aug. […]

Back to School at Hardy: Same But Different 


It was the Welcome Back to School ice cream social at Hardy Middle School on 35th Street Aug. 10, and a small squealing crowd of middle schoolers and their parents […]

Expired Business License Closes Georgetown Cupcake 

August 11, 2022

This article was updated on Aug. 12. The world-famous and popular Georgetown Cupcake at the corner of 33rd and M Street NW was shut down Aug. 10 by the D.C. […]

Remembering David McCullough 


It is hard to say goodbye to my friend David McCullough, who died Aug. 7 at the age of 89. We met in 1989 in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, at the centennial commemoration […]

A Ride Aboard the ‘Georgetown Heritage’  


At Lock 3 in Georgetown, on a recent sunny Friday afternoon, lines form near the ticketing kiosk along the towpath near 30th and Thomas Jefferson Streets NW. Eager ticket-holders soon […]

Business Ins & Outs: Blues Alley Operator Buys Blues Alley Building

August 8, 2022

Blues Alley Operator Buys Blues Alley Building Looks like the famed music venue, Blues Alley, will stay in Georgetown. Blues Alley operator, Harry Schnipper, has purchased the Blues Alley building […]

Poplar St. Residents Protest Absentee Neighbor’s Plans

August 1, 2022

Georgetown’s residential streets are a constant buzz of service and construction projects, causing parking and street congestion, months if not years of having a dumpster parked in front of homes, […]