Georgetown is a very special neighborhood — with deep historic roots, charming brick sidewalks and quaint row houses – and is truly like no other. However, what makes Georgetown even more […]
Kate Oczypok does a little bit of everything at The Georgetowner. She writes, manages the paper’s social media accounts and sells advertising too. Kate is a newlywed, having married her […]
Thirty years ago, The Georgetowner hosted a reception for a book that helped the town rediscover part of its past. “Black Georgetown Remembered” is now a classic of Black history […]
Georgetown shops, eateries and the temporarily expanded sidewalks along Wisconsin Avenue from N St up to Book Hill on Reservoir Road NW, were filled Friday through Sunday, Oct. 1 to […]
Rose Park at 26th and O streets on a late Sunday afternoon was filled with summer fun thanks to the Welcome Back Georgetown Picnic put on by the Citizens Association […]
A unique table dedicated to the art of preservation appeared at the Georgetown Farmers Market at Rose Park last Wednesday — not of the pickling or canning variety, however, but […]
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 […]