Capital Jewish Museum Opens June 9

June 8, 2023

Background on the Museum Building The Lillian and Albert Small Capital Jewish Museum, opening June 9, at 575 3rd St NW, is not just the repository of Jewish life in […]

Dinosaur Expert Lindsay Zanno to Speak at Lincoln Theatre, June 13 


“When I first stumbled upon fossils and evolution” — at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City as a child — “it sort of blew my mind […]

Nat’l Portrait Gallery Hosts Free Event Studying 1898 Origins of American Empire

June 1, 2023

Sponsored Content   1898 Study Day  Kick off June with a free event at the National Portrait Gallery! Next Friday, June 9, join Portrait Gallery curators for an exploration of […]

Rex Carnegie: Putting Together the Ideal Learning Experience on the C&O Canal


Imagine the perfect learning experience. All the senses engaged in hands-on activities. A sense of awe and wonder nurtured in deep discussions with critical thinking skills sharpened. Deep social historical […]

Hardy Middle School Principal Suddenly Transferred

May 22, 2023

“I am writing this letter to share that Principal Johnson’s last day with Hardy Middle School was yesterday, May 18, 2023,” read the second paragraph of an otherwise perfunctory letter […]

Congratulations, Graduates! Guide to Local Commencements

May 18, 2023

We’re tipping our graduation caps to the class of 2023! Here are the highlights from commencements from local universities, with Georgetown and George Washington University’s taking place this weekend.  Georgetown […]

Symposium Presents ‘The White House in Popular Culture’ 

May 11, 2023

The White House. Perhaps no home in America holds as much sway in the public’s imagination. On Friday May 5th, The White House Historical Association (WHHA) in partnership with the […]

Hudson Shares New Mission, Preservation Plans at Tudor Place 

April 24, 2023

Three invitations were extended by The Georgetowner’s April 20 cultural power breakfast speaker, Mark Hudson, executive director of Tudor Place, the National Historic Landmark on five and a half acres […]

Cultural Power Breakfast: GWU’s Corcoran: ‘A Very Different School’ 

March 27, 2023

Of the storied institution that was the Corcoran Gallery of Art and College of Art and Design, Dr. Lauren Onkey, director since 2021 of George Washington University’s Corcoran School of […]

An Evening with Kitty Kelley: Register for The 2023 BIO Award Virtual Event, March 28

March 23, 2023

Announcement From 2023 BIO Awards: Kitty Kelley is the preeminent unauthorized biographer of our time and is the winner of the 2023 BIO Award. The BIO Award is presented annually […]