Editorial: Community Involvement Is a Win-Win  

May 8, 2024

When was the last time you pitched in to help Georgetown achieve or, better yet, surpass its goals? This isn’t a trick question, and we don’t mean to send you […]

Editorial: On Mother’s Day: Call Your Mom, Practice Empathy 

Mother’s Day is fast approaching — Sunday, May 12, to be exact. As the inevitable clichés of “Call your mother,” “Send her flowers” and “Take her to brunch” fill the […]

Opinion: How I Discovered the Meaning of Memorial Day

By Chip Reid    I’m a bit embarrassed to admit it, but for most of my life the only thing special about Memorial Day was the fact that it was a […]

Editorial: DDOT’s Problem with the Public  

April 10, 2024

D.C. Department of Transportation planners and outreach experts met online with Georgetown residents and business owners on April 3 to discuss 17 recommendations to improve the town’s transportation access and […]

Editorial: Take a Breath and Honor Our Planet  

With all the happy chaos that spring can bring, sometimes Earth Day can fly by in the blink of an eye. We encourage you to stop, take a breath and […]

The Man Behind the Bridge: Francis Scott Key

March 28, 2024

Our hearts and prayers go out to those who died because of the catastrophic collapse of Baltimore’s Francis Scott Key Bridge which spanned the Patapsco River, just south of Baltimore […]

Celebrate Georgetown’s Women, Too

March 13, 2024

As you know, March is Women’s History Month. It’s a time to celebrate the women who helped shape our country, like Susan B. Anthony, who played a huge role in […]

Editorial: Thank You, Council Member Brooke Pinto

Sometimes, it takes a woman.    It is rare that a single person can be pointed to as the catalyst for great progress on an issue as perplexing and emotional as […]

Vote Yes to Secure DC Bill, Tell the Council, Show Up at Tomorrow’s Meeting

March 4, 2024

Community groups across the city have urged their representatives to support the Secure DC Omnibus Amendment Act of 2024. On Tuesday, the Council of the District of Columbia will vote […]

Editorial: Where, What Is the Vision for D.C.?

February 14, 2024

The proposed move of the Washington Wizards and Washington Capitals from the Capital One Arena in downtown D.C. to Alexandria’s Potomac Yard has rattled hometown sports fans, residents, pundits and […]