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 […]

Offering ‘Seamless Piercing,’ Studs Arrives in Georgetown 

May 30, 2023

Make way for Studs! The groovy, celebrity-approved one stop ear-piercing destination and earring shop opened one block west of Georgetown Park at 3288 M Street in Georgetown last Thursday. Gen-Z […]

Medstar Georgetown’s “Art for a Cause” Goes Viral

May 22, 2023

Jennifer Penick received over 3,000 packages delivered to her Georgetown home; and they were not from Amazon. Penick, artist-in-residence at Medstar Georgetown University Hospital (MGUH) had recently announced a global […]

Hardy Middle School Principal Suddenly Transferred

“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 […]

Garden Tour Visitors Enchanted by Sounds of Water

May 14, 2023

Georgetowners and guests were lulled by the sounds of flowing, spouting, running water in ground and wall-mounted fountains, ponds and pool statues at almost every one of the eight lush […]

Silver City: Mother’s Day, for Some the Most Dreaded Holiday

May 11, 2023

Happy Mother’s Day! Sunday, May 14. A time for a loving chat or maybe even a visit with mom, gifts of flowers – even to a graveyard – or a […]

Symposium Presents ‘The White House in Popular Culture’ 

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 […]

Georgetown Garden Tour Q&A, Tips from the Hosts, Garden Guide

May 10, 2023

In honor of the upcoming Georgetown Garden Tour, we spoke with three home owners hosting the tour this year. They shared their gardening inspirations, best advice and favorite gardens around […]