Community Calendar: ANC, OGB, BZA  

June 1, 2021

Neighborhood events throughout the month of June.   JUNE 1, 6:30 p.m. MEETING OF THE GEORGETOWN-BURLEITH ADVISORY NEIGHBORHOOD COMMISSION (ANC 2E) The ANC meets once a month — via Zoom, for […]

Tech Tip: Firewalls Smarter Than Routers


Routers and firewalls can be confusing. While they both serve the same purpose of distributing Internet to devices on the network, they are used for different purposes. The type of […]

Our Next Print Issue: June 16 

May 27, 2021

Happy summer! The next Georgetowner will appear June 16, and we’re looking forward to bringing you a major feature on digital nomads—those who travel the world while continuing to work—part of […]

In Georgetown’s Hot Housing Market, Demand for Elevators ‘Going Up!’

May 24, 2021

Covid-19 seems to have caused an unexpected new housing boom, especially in small, vibrant and green communities within senior-friendly cities like Washington, D.C.  And, that means Georgetown – where the […]

D.C’s Pandemic ‘Turning Point’ Starts Tomorrow

May 20, 2021

Beginning 5 a.m., Friday, May 21, D.C. lifts nearly all COVID-19 restrictions on public and commercial activities, including capacity limits, types of activities, and time restrictions. The loosening does not […]

Tech Tip: Keep Sensitive Data Off Employee Equipment

May 17, 2021

Are you concerned about sensitive information falling into the wrong hands? If a laptop is stolen, even a strong password will likely get cracked. And, once the thief succeeds, any […]

Back on the Mat at Down Dog Yoga: Interview with New CEO


If Down Dog Yoga’s new CEO, Daniel Brindley, could convey one message to the Georgetown community, it’s that after 13 months of pandemic shutdown, the popular yoga studio has reopened […]

Ins & Outs: Green Almond Pantry, The Lantern, Sandlot, Budd & Co., L. Priori

May 12, 2021

Green Almond Pantry, the Mediterranean cafe counter and market from chef-owner Cagla Onal, reopened on Grace Street NW on May 13.

D.C. Mayor to Lift Nearly All COVID Restrictions on May 21

May 10, 2021

The loosening does not include bars, nightclubs or large entertainment and sports venues, however, which will be allowed to operate only at 50-percent capacity.  

Tech Tip: Change Your Name — and We Don’t Mean the Last One


Too often we see email usernames and prefixes the same across multiple free email services, making the work of hackers way too easy.