Mayor Muriel Bowser has become the leading advocate for our city, dealing with its booming development, as well as looking for ways to ensure all Washingtonians benefit from good economic times.
We all experience history in different ways, in terms of time, place and context. For most, these past few months, the specter of 1968 has...
The Georgetown Business Improvement District’s sidewalk-widening project, which added six feet of sidewalk out from the curb on each side of the street last year, won't return until late summer or early fall.
An exhibition of work created in the Lorton Art Program, founded in 1975 by Mia Choumenkovitch, will be on view through June 7 at Georgetown Lutheran Church, 1556 Wisconsin Ave. NW.
Among the eight speakers will be Luci Baines Johnson, at the School of Nursing ceremony, and António Guterres, Secretary-General of the United Nations, at the School of Foreign Service ceremony.
Two of the gardens on the May 12 tour hadn’t been shown since the tour was first organized in 1928 by Edmonia Whitehead as a community fundraiser for one of the first integrated schools in Washington, D.C.
Hundreds of parishioners gathered at the Georgetown landmark for a special service commemorating the laying of the church cornerstone on May 12, 1818.
The jazzy harmony of bass, flute, voice and trombone in Reginald Cyntje's quartet (he's the trombonist) in the second-floor corridor of the Georgetown art center impressed the Sunday arts lovers.
“We’ve been together for over 12 years,” mused Grace Bateman, one of the founding members — or should we say godparents? — of Friends...
After what was described as “a roller-coaster Historic Preservation Review Board hearing" on April 26, the developers may appeal to the mayor for a special designation.