Normalcy Returns to 30th and the Canal

What was a construction site between Locks 3 and 4 of the C&O Canal — also the scene of loud protests at the nearby Embassy of Venezuela, climaxing last month — has returned to the way it was.

Venezuelan Embassy Drama Continues

At press time, nothing was yet decided — either in Caracas or at the embassy on Georgetown’s 30th Street.

Tudor Place Hosts Memorial for Ray Kukulski

All who attended the April 6 event agreed on two things: Ray Kukulski had been a significant presence in their lives and he would be greatly missed.

Rasmussen Talks About AU’s Corcoran Collection

In addition to paintings, drawings and prints, the American University Museum acquired 900 objects, from ancient terracottas to a nylon piece with “all kinds of herbs in it … full of bugs.”

Del. Norton Cites D.C. Statehood Progress

Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton reported on Feb. 21 that she had introduced H.R.51, the Washington, D.C. Admission Act, and obtained a record 155 original cosponsors.

Burleith House Decorating Contest Adds ‘People’s Choice’

Burleith Citizens Association members can email burleithevents@gmail.com to tell the judges which decorated home they love best.

Nobel Laureates Feted at House of Sweden

Four Nobel laureates attended a Nov. 13 celebration at House of Sweden: Paul Romer (Economics), George P. Smith (Chemistry), Frances Arnold (Chemistry) and James Allison (Physiology or Medicine).

Georgetown Marks Armistice Centenary

A solemn International Service of Remembrance, attended by representatives from nations involved in World War I, was held at Christ Church on Nov. 11.

DAR Unveils New Marker at Oak Hill

The legacy of William Tyler Page lives on in the American’s Creed, which is celebrating its 100th anniversary. It is still read by new citizens at their naturalization ceremonies.

Taste of Georgetown Soggy But Fun

Despite a fairly continual rain, this year’s edition attracted Georgetown visitors and residents of all ages, including students and families with young children.