The 94th Georgetown Garden Tour  

May 8, 2024

By Lee Child and Alison Schafer   This year, the Georgetown Garden Club celebrates its 100th birthday with a garden tour that nods to the past while saluting the future with […]

Helping Out Our Dear Friend & Colleague

March 28, 2024

Earlier this month, our former fashion editor Lauretta McCoy told us some devastating news. She was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis, and will consequently need stem cell therapy to help fight […]

Weddings & Wegovy: Should You Say ‘I Do’ to the New Weight-loss Drugs?  

February 15, 2024

Blame it on the algorithm. Before you book a venue, say yes to the dress or sign up for your gift registry, an uninvited guest will crash your joyous moment […]

Celebrate Joy with the Season 

December 6, 2023

The holidays can be a joyous time of year but also a difficult time for many. While last month was all about gratitude and giving thanks, this month turns to […]

Mapping Georgetown: Georgetown Ministry Center a ‘Safe Place’

September 5, 2023

“She made my coat of many colorsThat I was so proud of…” ~ Dolly Parton It’s so heartwarming to share stories of Georgetown’s most community-minded citizens, those who work so […]

Best Boost for Your Health? Gardening. 

May 10, 2023

“In the spring, at the end of the day, you should smell like dirt.”   ~ Margaret Atwood As Georgetowners delight in the buds of May, brightly-colored flower boxes and baskets, […]

My Funny Valentine 

February 8, 2023

Or … what I learned from my adventures in angioplasty.   Getting a stent was never at the top of my Christmas wish list. Nevertheless, on December 16, after some months […]

Healing Spirits (and Gems) Found at District Mineral

October 17, 2022

I was convinced the lady who knew where all the witches were in Georgetown was the same one selling crystal balls. “We do have specimens that are spherical,” replied Becky […]

Dare to Try a Ghost Tour of Georgetown? 

October 12, 2022

Do you believe in ghosts? Often asked around Halloween, this simple query tends to elicit responses ranging from contemptuous dismissal to wholehearted embrace, with stories in the mix. Whether or […]

Not on a Whim, Woman Catholic Priest Celebrates Momentous Georgetown Mass

September 22, 2022

The Roman Catholic Church wears its age well — and yet, after 2,000 years, is still developing new features, still growing into its body. Perhaps, for world religions, 2,000 years […]