To Keep Georgetown Distinctive, Support Small Business Saturday  

November 10, 2021

With so many highly commercialized holiday shopping days popping up in recent years — from Black Friday to Cyber Monday to Super Saturday — it’s easy to become a grinch.   […]

Q&A with Fashion Santa


Santa as a silver fox? Paul Mason thinks so. The New York City-based model has made a name for himself going viral as a sexier, smoother, but still as jolly Santa Claus. Dubbed “Fashion […]

Marston Luce: Fine Antiques in the Heart of Georgetown

November 4, 2021

By Maddie Rennyson “Elegant, sublime, and humble” is how Marston Luce describes the antique store that is his namesake. Located at 1651 Wisconsin Avenue, NW Marston Luce is filled with […]

Mapping Georgetown: Corcoran Recollections and Cemetery Walks

November 1, 2021

With the festivities of Halloween (from Holy Eve or All Hallows’ Eve) behind us, we now pay tribute on Nov. 1, as we celebrate All Souls Day and the Day […]

Mapping Georgetown: Priceless Halloween Decorations and Scary Memories

October 25, 2021

Halloween is very big in Georgetown. [Cue scary voice:] It’s HHUUUGE!…. Muuhahaha… Our Mapping Georgetown project has received fascinating recollections about one of Georgetown’s most beloved annual fall celebrations — […]

Annual Bark Ball Raises Hefty Sums for Humane Rescue Alliance

October 21, 2021

Dogs in bow ties, tuxedos and dresses? You don’t say. This past Saturday Oct. 16, the Humane Rescue Alliance (HRA) – a non-profit dedicated to “celebrating the human plus animal […]

It’s Medicare Open Season: Be Aware! Very Aware!

October 18, 2021

On October 15 it started. The annual six weeks of increasing daily robo calls and ubiquitous TV ads offering people 65 years old and over free (almost) hospital and medical […]

Best Face Forward: Or, How to Look Beautiful Without the Knife

October 14, 2021

Over the past 18 months, people have discovered all sorts of new interests and activities. Bread baking. Extreme TV binge-watching. Pandemic pets. Pandemic parenting. Me? I discovered my face, or […]

Have You Tried ‘Steeling’ Away to Pittsburgh for the Weekend?

October 13, 2021

When talking to a group, Texas has “y’all,” the Midwest has “you guys” and us Pittsburghers have the unique “yinz.” I was born and raised in Pittsburgh and most of my family […]

Mapping Georgetown: Martin’s Tavern

October 4, 2021

“Sometimes you want to go Where everybody knows your name And they’re always glad you came You want to be where you can see Our troubles are all the same […]