Jasper Johns at the Whitney

December 8, 2021

    Thanks to Andy Warhol, Campbell’s soup and Brillo pads hold an honored place in art history. Two years younger, Jasper Johns got there first with Ballantine ale and Savarin coffee, pointing the way to Pop Art as he had […]

Mapping Georgetown: Raising Our Spirits

December 6, 2021

When we received this map story from Georgetown Wine and Spirits at 2701 P St. NW it made us want to tip our glasses! There’s no better balm for the […]

At Georgetown Allure, Self-Care Might Be Attractive Option

December 2, 2021

While window shopping, have you walked by the Georgetown Allure Medical Spa at 3288 M St. NW and wondered what the allure’s all about? We caught up with Georgetown Allure […]

Wrapped Hirshhorn Draws Rapt Attention


With the frenzied holiday shopping season upon us, many Washingtonians long to escape for a rejuvenating respite of gallery and museum hopping along the National Mall. During the pandemic, however, […]

Holiday Market Cheer at the Four Seasons


The holiday season is a magical time of year in Georgetown – embellished wreaths line M street, lights are strung around window displays, and there’s a constant bustle of eager […]

Mapping GT: From Texas to Georgetown, Connections Abound

November 29, 2021

Everyone has a story. And every story is a treasure. The more stories we receive, the more connections we make. So much of Georgetown’s vibrancy comes to life in the […]

The Ultimate Thanksgiving Weekend Roundup 

November 24, 2021

Happy Thanksgiving! For those staying in town this weekend, we put together a smorgasbord of great options for the whole family, close friends or just for a solo jaunt. Whether […]

Silver City: With Grands and Kids, Celebrating Thanksgiving Can Be Tricky


Starting Wednesday, Nov. 24, and for the next five days or so, most everyone in the United States is about to navigate the most unique American holiday of all: Thanksgiving. […]

Mapping Georgetown: The Passions of Preservation

November 22, 2021

In this season of thankfulness, we’re so grateful to receive so many passionate recollections of our local history. Clearly, we’re not the only ones with a passion for preservation. Today, […]

Holiday Arts Preview  

November 18, 2021

As a lover of all holiday season things, I was delighted to put this holiday arts preview together. This year, lots of your favorite traditions are back (Nutcracker anyone?) as well as new fun like […]