Georgetown Ministry Center, dedicated to “ending homelessness one person at a time,” is responding with new leadership and expanded programs.
On Oct. 4, St. John’s Episcopal Church in Georgetown held its first Sunday service in many weeks outside — across the street at the Hyde-Addison School playground.
The empress of Georgetown Halloween house decorations, Nancy Taylor Bubes, has moved her growing, astounding, scary collection to Washington Harbour at the Georgetown waterfront.
Rock Creek Kings, which calls itself a “Roots Rock” band, has taken over a corner of the east side of Georgetown, where its founder Evan Moses lives. Members of the band […]
Inspired by the children’s book “We’re Going on a Bear Hunt,” parents and kids spot and track stuffed animals in their neighbors’ windows and yards while taking walks during the days of self-isolation.
Neighborhood newcomer Uprising Yoga Center got people stretching, and then classic rock band the Other Side got people dancing.
What was a construction site between Locks 3 and 4 of the C&O Canal — also the scene of loud protests at the nearby Embassy of Venezuela, climaxing last month — has returned to the way it was.
At press time, nothing was yet decided — either in Caracas or at the embassy on Georgetown’s 30th Street.
All who attended the April 6 event agreed on two things: Ray Kukulski had been a significant presence in their lives and he would be greatly missed.
In addition to paintings, drawings and prints, the American University Museum acquired 900 objects, from ancient terracottas to a nylon piece with “all kinds of herbs in it … full of bugs.”