Mapping Georgetown: Walking Tours of Women of the Cold War

March 21, 2022

Married to CIA Director Cord Meyer, Mary Eno Pinchot Meyer (1920-1964) was an American painter who lived in Washington, D.C.  After she and the nation’s top spook divorced, she became […]

Florida ‘Beachside’ Book Launch at Pillar & Post

March 16, 2022

A beautifully illustrated hardbound coffee table book, “Beachside,” by House Beautiful’s Digital Editor Hadley Keller was launched at a champagne and pastries reception on March 11 at the antique and […]

Mapping Georgetown: ‘DC Sketcher’ Inspires Our St. Patrick’s Day Tribute

March 14, 2022

When Mapping Georgetown received a wonderful sketch of Martin’s Tavern from DC Sketcher (aka Avela Semana), we knew we needed to save it as a tribute to one of our […]

Luxe Auto Allure at The Amelia 

March 9, 2022

By Sonya Bernhardt   The Amelia Concours d’Elegance, now in its 27th year, evoked more than the usual oohs and aahs from car lovers, many of whom arrived via private […]

Middleburg Weekend Checklist  


Where to Stay  The Salamander Resort and Spa. At 500 N. Pendleton St., Middleburg, VA 20117. A 5-star luxury hotel just 40 miles outside D.C., taking relaxation seriously and offering […]

Middleburg Is Back, Busy and Buoyant    


It’s a well-known fact that Georgetown and Middleburg, Virginia – an historic village about an hour away in the heart of horse country — have a special relationship. For decades, […]

Allister Chang’s Literacy Goals for the State Board of Education 


One of Georgetown’s rising stars is Allister Chang, 31, Ward 2’s elected representative on the DC State Board of Education (DCSBOE). He was elected in November 2020 at a dramatic […]

Mapping Georgetown: Local Author Documents Famous Georgetown Writers

March 7, 2022

Our Mapping Georgetown story this week welcomes the joys of March, the eminent arrival of spring, and especially Women’s History Month. Kim Roberts, Georgetown author of “A Literary Guide to […]

Beautiful Fundraiser for La Jolie Bleue

March 3, 2022

Many Georgetowners may remember La Jolie Bleue, the Mediterranean bakery on Wisconsin Ave. Unfortunately, the eatery, like many others, fell to the pandemic last year. The shop had grown steadily, […]

Duke Ellington Takeover: Council Member Pinto Offers Clarifications

February 28, 2022

Following our Feb. 24 article “Amid Scandal, Duke Ellington School to Transfer to DCPS,” Ward 2 Council Member Brooke Pinto contacted The Georgetowner to clarify positions she and Ward 2’s […]