Georgetown’s Unique and Tranquil Chinese Tea House Closes

January 30, 2023

The minute you closed the door at Ching Ching Cha, the Chinese tea house and shop, near the C&O Canal at 1063 Wisconsin Ave. NW, leaving behind the noisy cars […]

Business Ins & Outs: Gold’s Gym, Tinette’s at Bar à Vin


Coming: Gold’s Gym on M St. Gold’s Gym — founded in 1965 by Joe Gold in Venice Beach, California, and now with 700 fitness studios worldwide — is coming to […]

Tech Tip: AI Should Be Cooperative


The past several years have brought about innovations in artificial intelligence, or AI, that have workers worried for their jobs — especially as it moves into more practical and usable […]

Public Safety: Major Crimes Skewing Younger in D.C., Latest MPD Reports


A major puzzle in the D.C. crime scene is how so many young people end up on the “wrong side of the law.” Juvenile arrests for carjacking or gun offenses […]

GU Unveils Georgetown ‘Jack The Bulldog’ Bobblehead 

January 26, 2023

Hot dog! The National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum unveiled a Georgetown University “Jack the Bulldog” bobblehead in honor of the mascot’s fourth birthday which was yesterday. The bobbleheads are […]

Jill Biden’s Inaugural Attire Added to Smithsonian First Ladies Collection


A century-old tradition, the most popular The First Ladies Collection at the Smithsonian Museum of American History has a new addition. In a Jan. 25 ceremony, first lady, Dr. Jill […]

Portrait Unveiled of Former Georgetowner and Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson


Three levels of high grade security —  including driving at 5 mph through a building that’s an automobile-magnetometer — formal ID scrutiny, uniformed guest checkers, a total joint military-service color […]

Bank of America Demystifies Homebuying Process with Jan. 27 Workshop in Georgetown

January 24, 2023

Bank of America Georgetown is hosting a free homebuyer workshop, 5 to 6:30 p.m., this Friday evening from at its 1339 Wisconsin Ave. NW branch — next to the famous Georgetown neon […]

At U.S. Mayors’ Conference, Top Issues: Public Safety, Homelessness, Migrants

January 23, 2023

Bringing life back to downtowns, public safety, gun violence, mental health, homelessness, policing, affordable housing, partnering with NGOs, businesses and private parties to fix things and pickleball, “the latest sport […]

Tech Tip: Who’s Handling Your Business’s Critical IT Tasks?


Your business might have a full-time IT person, but it also might not have one, and in cases like this, you might find yourself waiting to call your go-to person […]