New District Rules May Curtail Airbnbs

December 27, 2021

The multitude of home owners and renters who have been renting out their dwellings to high-paying weekend and short-term visitors as so-called “Airbnbs,” will face far stricter regulations in 2022. The […]

Recalling ‘Stylish Deer’ Story Always Brings a Holiday Shopping Laugh

December 23, 2021

‘Tis the season. Hustling from crowded shop to shop, frantically searching clothes racks for hard-to-find price tags, scanning rummaged retail aisles while surrounded by jostling holiday shoppers — it can […]

Dumbarton House Hosts ‘Jane Austen Birthday Tea’


  “Mrs. Bennet,” wearing a Regency tea gown and fashionable wig, greeted guests to the Jane Austen Birthday Tea held at Dumbarton House on Saturday, Dec. 18. Dating back to the early 1800s, this historic museum site […]

Mapping Georgetown: When the President Comes to Pray

December 20, 2021

    Video link of President Biden arriving to attend Mass at Holy Trinity Church in Georgetown. Courtesy Holy Trinity Catholic Church.     Mapping Georgetown has been searching for […]

Cultural Leadership Breakfast Hosts National Building Museum President


Since its creation by Congress in 1980 to reanimate the immense, near-century-old Pension Building, the National Building Museum has had just five directors (not counting the recent interim stint by Brent […]

Duly Noted Delights Along Wisconsin Ave. 


[Sponsored Content]  Chris Allen has always had a passion for beautiful stationery and for the last decade, an idea for a paper goods store was in the back of his […]

Mapping Georgetown: Forever Grateful, From Lebanon

December 13, 2021

  Never for a moment did I not feel at home….      From Ramzy’s Mapping Georgetown Story   If there were a contest for cutest person in Georgetown, Ramzy […]

Balfour at Palisades: A New Standard in Senior Living 

December 9, 2021

  Native Content A successful career as CEO of National Jewish Hospital and government nursing home regulator didn’t come close to preparing Michael Schonbrun for the challenges of relocating his then recently […]

Jasper Johns at the Whitney

December 8, 2021

    Thanks to Andy Warhol, Campbell’s soup and Brillo pads hold an honored place in art history. Two years younger, Jasper Johns got there first with Ballantine ale and Savarin coffee, pointing the way to Pop Art as he had […]

Mapping Georgetown: Raising Our Spirits

December 6, 2021

When we received this map story from Georgetown Wine and Spirits at 2701 P St. NW it made us want to tip our glasses! There’s no better balm for the […]