Kids Korner: Georgetown Garden Tour  and Pools 

June 15, 2022

O Street News May 2022    I walked in the rain puddles to see the Georgetown Garden Tour. The Tour had many gardens this year, so I had to walk ALL […]

Meet You at the Farmers Market!

May 16, 2022

It’s officially farmers market season! Here are just a few of the many offerings around the city. Enjoy!   Volta Park Market   Voltapark.org    Now through June 24, Fridays 3-6 p.m.   Located […]

Citizens’ Annual Meeting: Bowser Q&A, Members Honored 

May 11, 2022

A vigorous annual meeting of the Citizens Association of Georgetown at Dumbarton House on May 3 featured a good hour-long earnest face-to-face town-meeting-style Q&A with Mayor Muriel Bowser and another […]

Georgetown Garden Tour an Inspiration, Despite Rain  

May 9, 2022

Yes it was raining. Yes the blooms were drooping. Yes one had to juggle umbrellas trying not to poke people while negotiating the often narrow garden gates and hidden street […]

Business Ins & Outs: Buck Mason, Michael Kors, Fluevog

April 7, 2022

In: Buck Mason, California Fresh The straightforward men’s wear and women’s wear store, Buck Mason — founded in 2013 by Sasha Koehn and Erik Allen Ford in Los Angeles — […]

Allister Chang’s Literacy Goals for the State Board of Education 

March 9, 2022

One of Georgetown’s rising stars is Allister Chang, 31, Ward 2’s elected representative on the DC State Board of Education (DCSBOE). He was elected in November 2020 at a dramatic […]

Sidewalks, Streets, Schools, Parks and Politics: Top Town Topics of 2021 

January 11, 2022

Georgetown in 2021 was abuzz with news and events even though so many of the normal activities of business, shopping, dining out, schools, the university, night life, non-profit and town […]

Philip Bermingham: The Power of Photography

May 17, 2021

Some of the people photographed by Philip Bermingham — Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip with George H. W. and Barbara Bush, for instance — are figures known the world over. […]

‘The Future of Policing’ Focuses on Reform


Shortly after the D.C. Council voted unanimously to confirm Robert J. Contee III as Chief of the Metropolitan Police Department, the Office of the D.C. Auditor and the Council for […]

D.C. Passes 1,000 Coronavirus Deaths; Mayor’s Sister Dies

February 25, 2021

COVID-19 led to a poignant and personal sorrow for D.C.’s Mayor Muriel Bowser, who announced the death of her older sister, Mercia Bowser, 64.