McCourt Donates Another $100 Million to GU

April 5, 2021

Half of the new gift from Frank H. McCourt Jr. will underwrite financial aid and scholarships and half will be invested in research and faculty at his namesake school of public policy.

D.C. to Loosen COVID Restrictions May 1


Here is a rundown of activities that will be allowed to reopen or dial up in the District beginning on May 1, according to Mayor Muriel Bowser and DC Health.

Georgetown University to Fully Open This Fall

March 29, 2021

There are plans for a gradual return this summer, which DeGioia hopes will lead to the eventual restoration of regular on-campus life.

Georgetown Resident Is Co-Author of ‘Dior in Bloom’

March 14, 2021

Each chapter of the book explores a different aspect of Christian Dior’s life and work. Naomi Sachs’s essay focuses on nature as his inspiration and restoration.

In Middleburg: A One-Stop Shop for Pizza and Wine

March 13, 2021

Middleburg, Virginia, the escape just outside of D.C., is a great place to venture for a change of scenery or perhaps to stay awhile — or even forever, as many […]

Ins & Outs: Foxtrot, Roll, Freshbee’s


IN: FOXTROT OPENS IN GEORGETOWN On March 1, Foxtrot — the first-of its-kind corner store/café/delivery retail market — made its East Coast debut at 1267 Wisconsin Ave. NW, at the […]

Empowering Women

March 8, 2021

D.C. may not be an official state — yet. But we are fortunate to have women in leadership positions from the top levels of city government to grassroots neighborhood organizations.

The Cherry Blossoms, Mostly at a Distance

March 4, 2021

We can all breathe a sigh of relief that the National Cherry Blossom Festival will return this spring, running from Saturday, March 20, through Sunday, April 11.

Vaccine Eligibility Expands, But Distribution Is Slow

February 22, 2021

The new eligibility for 16-to-64-year-olds applies to those with cancer, diabetes mellitus, hypertension, an immunocompromised state or other conditions.

Will Georgetown Get a Public High School?


Among the preliminary ideas is to convert Hardy Middle School at 1819 35th St. NW into a public high school.