The Rosewood hotel, located at 1050 31st St. NW, now allows guests to rent upscale bicycles packed with a picnic-basket lunch for an afternoon of self-guided touring.
The 405-mile Potomac isn’t the 2,320-mile Mississippi, and Georgetown isn’t New Orleans or Memphis, but if you come down to our partly tidal river, you’ll find plenty of people who live, work and play there, especially in the summertime.
Because the changes have caused unacceptable congestion during evening rush hour, the BID and the District Department of Transportation are making three modifications, effective immediately.
Many at the July 23 community-input meeting spoke of needing space for programs from yoga to child care, more senior and teen services and even a nutrition and cooking center.
Enter by Aug. 3 and a photo of your captivating canine may be included in The Georgetowner’s Aug. 8 “Dog Days of Summer” issue!
There were many insights into the making of the 1984 mock rock-umentary “This Is Spinal Tap,” directed by Rob Reiner, which recounted the North American comeback tour of the loudest band in England.
The main problem so far is when cars (and a tourist bus or two) park in the bike lanes. Even police patrol cars can be seen sitting in a lane.
The Georgetowner takes this opportunity to heartily congratulate Patrick O’Connell on the 40th anniversary of the beloved Inn at Little Washington and welcome José Andrés to Georgetown.
In his work, not only for museums but as a writer, lecturer and broadcaster, Augustus (Gus) Casely-Hayford has sought to overcome the centuries-long assault on and denigration of African culture.
Designer Alessandra Branca spoke about her friend, the late Elizabeth Powell, and her own design philosophy at the May 24 Landmark Luncheon at the historic estate in Georgetown.