Hope for the Homeless?  

August 19, 2021

 The Amidah is one of the oldest prayers in the Jewish liturgy and in one of its most beautiful verses, it voices praise to the God who “keeps faith with those that sleep in the […]

Christ Church Celebrates Key’s Birthday; Plans Sept. 12 Homecoming

August 6, 2021

The congregation of Christ Church Georgetown gathered Aug. 1 to celebrate the birthday of one of its founders, Frances Scott Key (1779-1843), author of “The Star-Spangled Banner,” who lived on […]

Summer Reading: Poetry, Philosophy, Science and Fiction

July 28, 2021

Several Georgetowner staffers offer their picks for summer reading in a delightfully diverse list of books, some of which are quite unexpected. Send us your picks, too, if you wish. […]

Magic of the Olympic Games Still There 

July 26, 2021

The Olympic Games of 2020 (2021) are now in full swing in Tokyo with all the complicated controversies, criticisms, competition and ceremonies that have become the modern Olympic Games more […]

The Wonder of an 80th Birthday  

July 22, 2021

Anyone watching the news the last few days has to marvel about the wonders of highly achieving people hitting that once shocking age of 80. There’s the new heroine astronaut […]

Our Next Issue: July 14

July 8, 2021

Georgetown’s history is rich and varied, and what better way to see our way forward than by taking a look back? With the July 14 issue, we’ll be launching a […]

Why We Celebrate the Fourth of July

July 1, 2021

The Fourth of July serves as the quintessential day to celebrate the nation’s birthday. It was on this day in 1776 — after over a year of fighting the British […]

Georgetown Parking Myths: The Never-Ending Story

June 20, 2021

The Georgetowner’s June 16 article — “Busting Myths About Georgetown Parking”  — generated numerous calls and responses from the residents of Georgetown. Concerns about parking in D.C.’s oldest neighborhood are almost […]

Building Back Better, BEST

June 16, 2021

This past Friday marked a major milestone in our recovery with the lifting of all capacity restrictions for businesses. As restaurants fill up with hungry diners, stadiums roar with cheering […]

The District Gave Us Streateries. Now, We Need Parking. 


Walking the commercial streets of Georgetown these days the relief, even joy, of shoppers, salon, café and restaurant patrons, and even tourists is as visible as the streets active with […]