Woman’s Nat’l Democratic Club Welcomes New Congresswomen — and Nancy Pelosi

February 2, 2023

You could feel the excitement, satisfaction and pride in the Dupont Circle mansion’s large dining room when more than 150 members of the Woman’s National Democratic Club gathered on an […]

Crime: Rash of Pricey Parka Thefts Hits Georgetown; Shootings Kill 3 in D.C. on Single Day 


Georgetowners beware: a string of broad daylight and violent thefts of pricey Canada Goose parkas – mostly right off the backs of victims, but also targeting students near campuses as […]

Georgetown’s Unique and Tranquil Chinese Tea House Closes

January 30, 2023

The minute you closed the door at Ching Ching Cha, the Chinese tea house and shop, near the C&O Canal at 1063 Wisconsin Ave. NW, leaving behind the noisy cars […]

Public Safety: Major Crimes Skewing Younger in D.C., Latest MPD Reports


A major puzzle in the D.C. crime scene is how so many young people end up on the “wrong side of the law.” Juvenile arrests for carjacking or gun offenses […]

GU Unveils Georgetown ‘Jack The Bulldog’ Bobblehead 

January 26, 2023

Hot dog! The National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum unveiled a Georgetown University “Jack the Bulldog” bobblehead in honor of the mascot’s fourth birthday which was yesterday. The bobbleheads are […]

Jill Biden’s Inaugural Attire Added to Smithsonian First Ladies Collection


A century-old tradition, the most popular The First Ladies Collection at the Smithsonian Museum of American History has a new addition. In a Jan. 25 ceremony, first lady, Dr. Jill […]

Portrait Unveiled of Former Georgetowner and Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson


Three levels of high grade security —  including driving at 5 mph through a building that’s an automobile-magnetometer — formal ID scrutiny, uniformed guest checkers, a total joint military-service color […]

N Street House Fire Provides Safety Lesson

January 23, 2023

A Sunday morning fire in a Georgetown home was prompted by incorrect disposal of fireplace ashes from the previous night. The homeowner had believed the material was not a fire […]

Iranian Pro-Democracy Marchers Rally Before Ukrainian Embassy in Georgetown


Saturday afternoon shoppers along Georgetown’s M Street seemed surprised as police shut down traffic to make way for a protest march of “between 500 to 1500” expected protesters (per a […]

Business Ins & Outs: Nike, Banana Republic Toppled


We thought we’d begin with the Outs, as the loss of Nike and Banana Republic is a big deal. Out: Banana Republic Another fallen retail legend. The Banana Republic at […]