Patrons’ Party Attracts the Best of Georgetown

April 18, 2024

As usual, it was the place to be: the annual Patrons’ Party for the Georgetown House Tour. The April 17 party at Dumbarton House would have made first lady Dolley […]

Crime & Safety: River Death, Card Skimming, Sexual Assault

April 15, 2024

The following are selections from news reports and alerts from the Metropolitan Police Department on crimes and safety issues over the last two weeks. WUSA9 reported: “A woman has died […]

The Georgetowner’s Spring 2024 Theater Guide 

April 10, 2024

 ONGOING …  At Arena Stage, Trip Cullman directs “Unknown Soldier,” the last musical by “Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson” composer Michael Friedman, with lyrics by Friedman and Daniel Goldstein, who wrote […]

What Mayor’s Proposed Budget Means for Georgetown

April 8, 2024

“It was the hardest budget I’ve had to put together yet,” Mayor Bowser told the D.C. Council on April 3 as she presented to the 2025 District budget detailing $21 […]

ANC Update: Budget, NPS, Hamilton Court  

The Georgetown-Burleith-Hillandale Advisory Neighborhood Commission met on April 1 at Georgetown Visitation Prep, as well as remotely. Here are some highlights from the monthly meeting.   End of the DC Circulator […]

L’Avant-Garde Introduces Lunch à la Française 

April 4, 2024

The Georgetowner got a chance to check out the new lunch menu at Georgetown’s elegant French restaurant, L’Avant-Garde, now helmed by Partner Chef Sébastien Giannini.  In France, lunch is the […]

City Tavern Foundation Agrees to Buy Historic Building

March 31, 2024

City Tavern Preservation Foundation, a 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of the City Tavern building, announced March 29 that it has entered into an agreement with the City […]

Save the Date: CAG’s Fall Fundraiser to Celebrate The Georgetowner’s 70th Anniversary on Sept. 20

March 25, 2024

Save the Date: The Citizens Association of Georgetown (CAG) will host its signature Fall Fundraiser Cocktail Party celebrating The Georgetowner’s 70th anniversary on Friday, September 20, at Coolidge House at […]

Long & Foster’s Bain on the Brand, Legal Issues and Market Trends

March 13, 2024

Fourteen years ago, Patrick Bain, now president and CEO of the Long & Foster Companies, began working for the man he would end up succeeding: Jeff Detwiler. Bain ran Long […]

Realtor Q&A: What’s Happening Now & What’s Ahead?

We asked three local realtors about the current market and what they think the future will hold. Our questions are below, followed by their responses and insights, edited for space […]