As historic as the Oak Hill Cemetery is, an important facet that is largely missing — also from other Georgetown locations — is African American history.
After a brief service on Oct. 1, at which St. Francis medals were bestowed on the newly blessed canine faithful, treats were distributed both to four-footers and two-footers.
October arrives Sunday, along with Glen Echo’s Then & Wow! family day and the Blessing of the Animals in Georgetown at St. John’s.
John Wetenhall, director of the George Washington University Museum and the Textile Museum, oversaw the 2015 relocation of the Textile Museum, founded in 1925, from a Kalorama mansion to a modern building on the GW campus.
During a conversation about her new book at St. John's Church, Quinn spoke about her grappling with God, religion and practices.
Sept. 10 was the annual gathering of Trees for Georgetown, a committee of the Citizens Association of Georgetown. The group’s mission is to plant and maintain the trees that line the neighborhood's residential streets.
A large portion of sidewalk on 30th and Dumbarton Streets, traditionally Georgetown brick, was nearly covered with a cement-based surface.
Under the watchful eyes of parents, students from Georgetown's only public elementary school, now being renovated, boarded buses to Meyer School.
Two matters took up most of the special one-hour meeting of the Georgetown-Burleith Advisory Neighborhood Commission on Wednesday, Aug. 9.