ANC 2E January Report  

January 18, 2022

Second District Public Safety Update    MPD Captain Steve Andelman of the second district joined the virtual meeting (held Jan. 6) to give an update on crime in the Georgetown area since his last appearance in early December. Andelman said both […]

Mapping Georgetown: Six Generations of Local Family History


As a tribute to the late Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and our local Black history, Mapping Georgetown is pleased to share this particular Georgetown mapping story from Neville […]

Georgetown House Tour Returns on April 23


“Welcome back! Our doors are open, once again” is the headline for this year’s Georgetown House Tour, Donna Leanos, House Tour Chair, told The Georgetowner. “St. John’s Church, along with […]

Georgetown BID Hires 2 New Business Development Professionals

January 10, 2022

Georgetown’s Business Improvement District (BID) – a commercial tax-funded non-profit business development organization responsible for numerous projects from streateries and widened sidewalk platforms (that may be a model for the […]

Business Ins & Outs of 2021


The coming and going of Georgetown businesses — retail and restaurants — seemed to tilt on the positive side in 2021, despite the pandemic and other stressors. Here’s to more […]

D.C.’s First Snow of 2022 Is a Wet Kiss

January 3, 2022

The wet snow of Jan. 3 took the Washington area slightly by surprise — the forecasts lived up to their panicky prediction. The early morning brought little but some cold […]

Crime: GU Observatory Vandalized, Gun Wielder Threatens BID Employee


Regarding crime related activity, 2021 was an eventful year. Fortunately, the District’s men and women in blue have stayed on top of the situation by vigilantly safeguarding our streets 24/7. […]

New Year’s Eve Dining in Georgetown

December 30, 2021

For Georgetowners, one of our hometown pleasures is walking to and from our favorite restaurants, especially when you’ve had a little too much Champagne. Luckily, we have many fine establishments […]

Why Is D.C. Losing So Many Residents?

December 27, 2021

Why the sudden drop in the District’s population?  Just last year on Tax Day, April 15, 2020, Washington, D.C. was reported to be growing for the 14th straight year. According […]

Recalling ‘Stylish Deer’ Story Always Brings a Holiday Shopping Laugh

December 23, 2021

‘Tis the season. Hustling from crowded shop to shop, frantically searching clothes racks for hard-to-find price tags, scanning rummaged retail aisles while surrounded by jostling holiday shoppers — it can […]