Not on a Whim, Woman Catholic Priest Celebrates Momentous Georgetown Mass

September 22, 2022

The Roman Catholic Church wears its age well — and yet, after 2,000 years, is still developing new features, still growing into its body. Perhaps, for world religions, 2,000 years […]

Richmond Getaway Guide

September 14, 2022

For your next getaway weekend, take an under two-hour drive down I-95 to explore a city where centuries of history meet an up-and-coming art and buzzworthy food scene — the […]

Kids Korner: Art Is Not About Right or Wrong 


Art is not about right or wrong; if you try your hardest, you will succeed… Art is not a competition, it is a matter of taking your time and going with […]

Fall Arts Preview : Visual Arts  


Sargent and Spain   National Gallery of Art   Oct. 2, 2022 – Jan. 2, 2023    John Singer Sargent’s decades-long captivation with Spain yielded a remarkable body of work. Over seven extended […]

Mapping Georgetown: Booeymonger Tales

September 12, 2022

Grab a Sandwich — maybe a Patty Hearst or a Tuna Turner? We’ve got some Booeymonger stories for you! A few years back, The Washington Post described Booeymonger’s history and […]

Georgetown’s ‘Art All Night’ Set for Friday, Sept. 23

September 8, 2022

Georgetown’s Art All Night will return for its second year along the Wisconsin Avenue business corridor on Friday, September 23 from 5:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. and the festival’s organizers […]

Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera’s Heritage Comes Alive  


Mexican icons Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera’s revolutionary art and politics, as well as their stormy relationship, come to life in an amazing presentation: “Mexican Geniuses: A Frida & Diego […]

DC Swim Week Bounces Back with Bright and Bold Bikinis


DC Swim Week made its Washington return on Friday September 2 after a two-year hiatus. The Hamilton Hotel’s Shuyler Luxury Event Space was a fabulous venue for the runway show […]

D.C. Students’ Pandemic Learning Loss Higher Than U.S. Average

September 6, 2022

Just released scores from the national academic report on elementary and high school academic achievement known as PARCC, show that school children in Washington, D.C., public and charter schools experienced […]

Mapping Georgetown: An Officer and a Gentleman


When I first noticed Officer Jackson, I was entering the gates of the Georgetown’s great Dumbarton Oaks Gardens in the 3100 block of R Street NW. Assisting a small group […]