For Women’s History Month We Celebrate Georgetown’s STEAMy Women 

March 8, 2023

We spoke with Georgetown women who work in the STEAM fields (science, technology, engineering, art and math) about their careers and accomplishments and were inspired by their ambitious journeys, words […]

Community Calendar, March 9 – April 12 


March 8-22, Noon-6 p.m., Mon.-Fri. Renowned Photographer Nancy Lensen-Tomasson to Exhibit Photos at Balfour Palisades Leasing Center, 4418 MacArthur Blvd. NW  March 9, 6:30-8:30 p.m., Tudor Nights: The Feminine Touch, […]

Mapping Georgetown: Spy a Spy’s Home on the Georgetown House Tour

March 6, 2023

One of the great features of the arrival of spring in Georgetown is the Georgetown House Tour, to be held this year on April 22. So many intriguing details about […]

The Lesser-Known Smithsonian Everyone Should Visit

March 2, 2023

The Smithsonian’s Anacostia Community Museum at 1901 Fort Place SE is a beautiful home to rotating exhibits on the history of vital social justice issues affecting our city and nation. […]

Chamber Dance Project Dives Deeper into Dance on Film 


When the pandemic shut down live performance in 2020, choreographer Diane Coburn Bruning, founder and artistic director of Chamber Dance Project, whipped up a virtual season for her D.C.-based contemporary […]

Weekend Roundup: February 23 through 26

February 23, 2023

Welcome to another weekend! We round out February 2023 with lots of things to do for jazz fans, Golden Girls enthusiasts, cocktail connoisseurs and more. Take in an Online Evening […]

Mapping Georgetown: Holy Trinity Associate Pastor Reflects on Racial Inequities and the ‘Anawim’

February 21, 2023

Rev. Ben Hawley, S.J., associate pastor at Holy Trinity Parish sent his reflections on Georgetown cemeteries. The reflections are a story within a story from a Jesuit with a fascinating […]

Super Bowl LVII: New Dynasty, Important Firsts, Commercials and Best Pregnancy Announcement Ever 

February 13, 2023

One of the country’s favorite pastimes, Super Bowl Sunday, has come and gone yet again. Over 100 million tuned in to one of the few broadcasts one must watch live […]

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 […]

Love Letters from Georgetowners 


Compiled by Robert Devaney and Kate Oczypok Ah, love. There’s nothing better, right? Before you can disagree with us, check out these “love letters” from area Georgetowners who are long-term […]