$25,000 Reward for Tips on Water St. Shootings

July 9, 2017

The perpetrators of the fatal shooting of a 19-year-old from Severn, Maryland, and the shooting of another unidentified man around 3 a.m. Saturday morning, July 8, on Water Street in […]

First Whacks at Wawa — and More ANC Highlights

July 3, 2017

Meeting Thursday, June 29, before its summer break, the Georgetown-Burleith Advisory Neighborhood Commission tackled some hot-button town topics: DC Streetcar, the District Department of Transportation’s plans for protected bicycle lanes […]

Get Away to the 18th Century in Williamsburg

June 21, 2017

Georgetowners are fortunate to live in a neighborhood steeped in the nation’s heritage. Some colonial and Revolutionary sites are right around the corner; others are short drives or train rides […]

A Georgetown Christmas: Churches and Markets

December 7, 2016

As Washington is a city of trees, it is a city of churches and markets. The atmosphere of Christmas is certainly alive in Washington — all you have to do […]

A Georgetown Christmas: Making Memories


Buying a Christmas tree is a family event that marks the beginning of Christmas for many Georgetowners. Ethan and Lindsey Drath’s three children had a big say in selecting their […]

A Georgetown Christmas: Eight Favorites


Eight FavoritesWashington Harbour Ice Skating One of the top local winter-holiday activities is ice skating on the rink at Washington Harbour. This was reported by a 5-year-old, a 7-year-old and […]

Watergate Rebirth

October 26, 2016

Senior vice president of design and development for New York-based Euro Capital Properties, Rakel Cohen designed the Watergate Hotel’s 7,000-square-foot Moretti Grand Ballroom herself, the stylish young woman tells an […]

Between Garden Tours, Funds Go to Work


The money sprouts every spring in Book Hill Park, dangles from the rosebushes at Montrose Park and shades the old brick sidewalks. The greenery that makes Georgetown so special comes […]

Waterfront Repair Projects Put Family Business at Risk

September 29, 2016

According to Malmaison owner Zubair Popal, work by Pepco, DDOT and NPS over the next three months, the restaurant’s busiest season, is a disaster for his business.

Malmaison restaurant owner Zubair Popal on K Street.

Weekend Round Up September 29, 2016


It’s a weekend of but-once-a-year events: the Taste of Georgetown, the DC Design House preview, the Smithsonian’s Autumn Conservation Festival, Rosh Hashanah and the Blessing of the Animals at St. John’s.

Associate Rector Sarah Duggan with Tim Towell and Big Beast in 2015.