Tech Tip: Who’s Asking to Look at Your Systems? 

June 14, 2021

If someone comes to your office dressed in a utility-provider uniform, would you automatically let them in? In a recent incident reported in U.S. News, an office secretary unknowingly gave […]

D.C. Commits $250 Million to Create Careers, Support Workers in D.C.


More than $250 million dollars has been committed by Mayor Muriel Bowser in her “Fair Shot” fiscal 2022 budget to attract new business and to help recovering D.C. businesses and […]

Thanks to Hamburgers and Fries, G.U. Prof Earns Pulitzer


Georgetown University Professor Marcia Chatelain was awarded a Pulitzer Prize last week. She was chosen as this year’s winner in the category of history for her work, “Franchise: The Golden […]

With Safety in Mind, Friends of Volta Park Launch Fundraising Auction 


An oasis in the heart of Georgetown, Volta Park on 34th Street NW is known for its storied past as well as its natural charms. In his Georgetown days, JFK […]

Vice President, Second Gentleman Surprise at Pride Rally 


Vice President Kamala Harris and second gentleman Douglas Emhoff surprised Capital Pride Walk and Rally marchers Saturday, joining them for about a block of their journey to Freedom Plaza on […]

Lume Cube Brings Some Light to Working from Home

June 10, 2021

Most of us have been working from home for a full year now. If you’re anything like me, you’ve been stuck in some low light situations (hey, the Zoom touch-up […]

Weekend Round Up: June 10-13


Summer is now in full swing and many museums and venues are starting to reopen. This weekend, get out and about and enjoy some jazz at the Kreeger Museum, dancing […]

D.C. Opens 100 Percent; Driver’s License Deadline Extended 


Already the city projects a new air of relief, freedom and better days. On Friday, June 11, the City of Washington, D.C. will allow all large entertainment venues and nightclubs […]

Armed Forces Cycling Classic Returns to Arlington (photos)

June 8, 2021

It was another clear sign that life was returning back to normal following the lifting of COVID protocols. Many top men and women professional and amateur cyclists assembled in Crystal […]

Four Seasons Employees Honored for Helping Save Guest’s Life         

June 7, 2021

Timing. Team work. Training. It all worked on May 15, when a Four Seasons Hotel guest from New Jersey went into cardiac arrest and stopped breathing. Four trained hotel employees immediately reacted […]