Business Ins & Outs: Barnes & Noble, Tatte, River Club, Yellow

July 15, 2024

In (Really?): Aug. 21 Is New B&N Opening Date  Gone from Georgetown since 2011, Barnes & Noble, the nation’s largest bookstore chain, will return to its original location at 3040 […]

43% Loss in Service for Georgetown? July 15 Deadline for WMATA Bus Survey

July 11, 2024

There’s a few days left to fill out the feedback survey on the WMATA Better Bus Network Redesign. It’s on the WMATA website. Click here to take the survey —by […]

Jerry McCoy, Retiring Georgetown Historian, Bequeaths His Own Lasting Legacy

July 1, 2024

By David Edwards “I’ve taken better care of the Peabody Room than I think my own house,” says Jerry McCoy, who prefers to describe his days working as the Special […]

Coffee With A Cop Brings Citizens, Local Police Together

June 24, 2024

By David Edwards Grace Street Coffee Roasters on Water Street hosted Coffee with a Cop on Jun 18 in collaboration with the Metropolitan Police Department and the Citizens Association of […]

What Chutzpah: Call Your Mother Deli May Close Due to Zoning Technicality 

June 13, 2024

This article was updated on June 14. A dispute about the continuance of a popular bagel shop in the famous bright pink building on the corner of O and 35th […]

Georgetown Transportation Access and Circulation Study 

June 12, 2024

Compiled by Julia Key Study started in March 2023, joint effort of the District Department of Transportation (DDOT) and Georgetown Business Improvement District Study to evaluate the transportation network and […]

 ANC June Meeting Focuses on Metro Buses  

June 10, 2024

The June 3 Meeting of the Georgetown-Burleith-Hillandale Advisory Neighborhood Commission (ANC 2E) had an unexpected freshness about it. The commissioners and attendees met in person in a new venue—the Georgetown […]

Bitcoin Billionaire Michael Saylor, MicroStrategy to Pay D.C. $40 Million

June 3, 2024

“Michael J. Saylor and MicroStrategy, Inc., the company he co-founded and led, will pay $40 million to resolve a tax fraud lawsuit filed by the Office of the Attorney General […]

Business Ins & Outs: Four Seasons, Grace Street Coffee, Poliform, Raising Cane’s 

May 28, 2024

In: Grace Street Coffee on K St.  Grace Street Coffee has reopened its flagship at 3299 K Street NW — or Water Street, if you like, just down the lane […]

Early Voting Begins: Primary Day, June 4


Voting has already begun for the D.C. Primary Election — President, Council members, Delegate and Shadow U.S. Senator and Representative.  Georgetown is part of Ward 2. We urge you to […]