Kids Korner: School Is Coming! ☹ ☹ 😊   

August 17, 2022

School is coming… and this year, I will be in the 3rd grade. I know kids going into pre-K, 1st grade, 2nd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade and 8th grade. […]

Rehabilitating The Washington Canoe Club 

August 15, 2022

In a race against nature’s destructive forces, Georgetown’s most prominent architectural feature and historic landmark on the Potomac River – the now-dilapidated Washington Canoe Club (WCC) – is on a path […]

A Ride Aboard the ‘Georgetown Heritage’  

August 11, 2022

At Lock 3 in Georgetown, on a recent sunny Friday afternoon, lines form near the ticketing kiosk along the towpath near 30th and Thomas Jefferson Streets NW. Eager ticket-holders soon […]

Neighbors Dispute Avery Hotel Liquor License

August 8, 2022

In response to a complaint filed with the District’s Alcohol Beverage Regulation Administration (ABRA) on July 18 by some 30 neighbors on 27th and P St. — whose properties abut […]

Topher Mathews Announces ANC Candidacy


Christopher Mathews, who lives on 33rd Street, announced his candidacy for a seat on the Georgetown-Burleith Advisory Neighborhood Commission (ANC 2E). The following is a statement by Mathews. On Monday, […]

Poplar St. Residents Protest Absentee Neighbor’s Plans

August 1, 2022

Georgetown’s residential streets are a constant buzz of service and construction projects, causing parking and street congestion, months if not years of having a dumpster parked in front of homes, […]

Little Free Libraries of Georgetown and Beyond

July 28, 2022

The tiny boxed libraries you’ve seen sprinkled around Georgetown are not just local gems, but part of a global book-sharing community. Little Free Library is a nonprofit organization with more […]

FIVE Network, a Georgetown Digital Mentoring Platform, Hosts Summer Cup

July 25, 2022

FIVE Network — a Georgetown-based digital mentorship platform group located at 3526 Prospect St. NW across from Booeymonger — trains and connects employees from leading companies to provide mentoring for […]

Georgetown Mural on U.S. Detainees Brings Worldwide Attention and Tears

July 21, 2022

Who would have thought the launch of a black-and-white art exhibit of 18 somewhat fuzzy larger-than-life head shots, glued with wheat paste onto a craggy brick wall in a long […]

Georgetown’s Chaia to Expand Nationally

July 18, 2022

“Chaia means life. And taco means taco. At Chaia we live for tacos.” — Chaia co-founder Bettina Stern Few lunch pleasures in Washington, D.C., are as serene as taking out a […]