Cocktail of the Month: Soju

February 8, 2018

If selling liquor were an Olympic sport, the Koreans would snag the gold medal in a win more convincing than Alex Ovechkin body checking a pee-wee league player.

Whole Foods Missed, Future Undecided

January 29, 2018

On Jan. 23, Judge Royce Lamberth dismissed motions by both parties in the dispute between Whole Foods and Wical, landlord of the closed Glover Park store.

Protesters March for Trump’s Impeachment (photos)


On Jan. 27, just four days before President Donald Trump’s State of the Union message, activists returned to the Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool to march to the White House.

Halcyon Hosts Arts Lab Open House

January 25, 2018

The former Fillmore School now houses studios for Halcyon’s artist fellows; a dance studio named for Septime Webre and the “one-room” Mysa School.

Encounters with ‘Hamlet’

January 24, 2018

Once encountered — preferably onstage, acting a part, however small, but also as a high school English assignment — William Shakespeare and his most familiar creation, “Hamlet,” about that melancholy […]

What Do Georgetowners Really Want?

January 22, 2018

“More cutting-edge new restaurants as well as better ‘neighborhood’ eateries” turned out to be the most requested “want” identified in the just completed survey of Georgetown residents by the Georgetown Business Improvement District.

This Week: New York’s Winter Antiques Show


The loan exhibition from the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts is a treasure chest, but so are the booths of the 70 exhibitors, all of which showcase objects of museum quality.

DHS’s Nielsen Testifies; Pro-DREAMer Protests (photos)

January 18, 2018

Just outside the hearing room where Kirstjen Nielsen was testifying, protesters assembled in the Hart Senate Office Building lobby to demand Congress pass the DREAM Act.

Bridge Street Books to Become Nonprofit

January 16, 2018

After its gregarious and affable owner Philip Levy died unexpectedly last October, many in Georgetown were concerned that the store they love might close.

Closing Soon: ‘Nutshell Studies’ at Renwick Gallery


Prior to the closing of “Murder Is Her Hobby” on Sunday, Jan. 28, there are two special events on the calendar, both on Fridays at noon.