Native Art Market at NMAI: Where to Begin Your Holiday Shopping

December 1, 2022

Sponsored Content: From The National Museum of the American Indian Begin your holiday shopping at the National Museum of the American Indian’s 2022 Native Art Market  The Smithsonian’s National Museum […]

Holiday Market and Light Up the Season at Four Seasons


It’s time to shop the Second Annual Holiday Market in the front courtyard of the Four Seasons Hotel in Georgetown. Visit the custom chalet and table-side vendors, featuring specialty and […]

Kitty Kelley Book Club: ‘Shirley Hazzard: a Writing Life’ 


An entertaining, edifying look at the underappreciated Australian author Shirley Hazzard’s first short-story submission was plucked from a slush pile of 30,000 unsolicited manuscripts at the New Yorker by fiction […]

Mapping Georgetown: Jackson Art Center’s Open Studio This Sunday, Dec. 4

November 28, 2022

Thank you, artist Howard Carr of Jackson Art Center, for your Mapping Georgetown story. Your appropriately avant-garde submittal gives us the perfect opportunity to spread the word about the center’s […]

Dumbarton Oaks, According to Dr. Batsaki  

November 21, 2022

“What is this place?” pondered Dr. Yota Batsaki when she first encountered Dumbarton Oaks, the Harvard University-owned research institute, museum and garden on 32nd Street in Georgetown. Did anything tie […]

Mapping Georgetown: Thanksgiving Tribute to the Fallen


How bittersweet a holiday is Thanksgiving? We love those around us while mourning those we’ve lost. The love in our hearts is a reflection of the appreciation we feel from […]

Georgetown Pop-up’s Unique Gifts for Hearth and Heart

November 17, 2022

Do you believe in magic?  At the Collective Design Studio, magic is in the merch and in the store’s DNA. “We first saw the space two years ago,” explains Sue […]

Mapping Georgetown: Culturally Nourishing Breakfasts

November 14, 2022

In Georgetown, we’re so fortunate to be surrounded by the cultural treasures in our neighborhood and in our nation’s capital. Is there anything quite like a brisk walk on a […]

The Spirit of Thanksgiving

November 9, 2022

One of my favorite movies turns 35 this year. And it’s one of the few films out there that celebrates Thanksgiving. John Hughes’s 1987 “Planes, Trains and Automobiles” is the […]

Excitement Builds for Just-Opened Rubell Museum DC 


Schools and museums are places to visit and learn, so it fits that the former Randall Junior High School in Southwest D.C., is the home of the new Rubell Museum DC. […]