ANC Notes, Dec. 2022: Hotel Construction on M St., Transformer Statues, New Commissioners

December 5, 2022

For their final meeting for the year, ANC 2E met virtually on Tuesday evening, Nov. 29 with Chair Rick Murphy (2E03) in a thankful, gracious mood chairing his final ANC […]

Mapping Georgetown: Thankfulness for Family, Georgetown and the Dalai Lama


At Mapping Georgetown, we continue to celebrate our gratitude during this special season of thankfulness. Today’s feature is from Georgetowner Brian Michael Smith whose story is a special meditation on […]

Mapping Georgetown: Jackson Art Center’s Open Studio This Sunday, Dec. 4

November 28, 2022

Thank you, artist Howard Carr of Jackson Art Center, for your Mapping Georgetown story. Your appropriately avant-garde submittal gives us the perfect opportunity to spread the word about the center’s […]

Shop Conscientiously in Georgetown This Small Business Saturday, Nov. 26

November 21, 2022

Want to give Georgetown commerce a boost? What could be more productive than supporting our local small businesses on Small Business Saturday this November 26? And a boost to local […]

Dumbarton Oaks, According to Dr. Batsaki  


“What is this place?” pondered Dr. Yota Batsaki when she first encountered Dumbarton Oaks, the Harvard University-owned research institute, museum and garden on 32nd Street in Georgetown. Did anything tie […]

Mapping Georgetown: Thanksgiving Tribute to the Fallen


How bittersweet a holiday is Thanksgiving? We love those around us while mourning those we’ve lost. The love in our hearts is a reflection of the appreciation we feel from […]

Kids Korner: Preparing for The Nutcracker 

November 9, 2022

By Ellie AuKamp (2nd grade) and Eleanor Assey (3rd grade)  In the following interview, second-grader Ellie interviews third-grader Eleanor about preparing for the Washington Ballet’s Nutcracker performance this year.  An […]

ANC 2E Notes, Nov. 1, 2022 

November 7, 2022

Falling on the day after Halloween, this month’s ANC2e meeting had lower public attendance than usual (only 14 at the outset). “Not a huge crowd, but not a huge agenda […]

Citizens Association of Georgetown Holds Public Health Town Hall 


Trash and rodents. They’re a never-ending topic in Georgetown (that The Georgetowner has covered for years) and was once again the subject of a town hall meeting sponsored by the […]

Mapping Georgetown: On Saints, Souls and Cemeteries

October 31, 2022

We celebrate Halloween in Georgetown on this Eve of All Saints and All Souls Day. Many Georgetowners also celebrate or are familiar with Día de los Muertos (Day of the […]