Montrose Park to Celebrate Sphere’s Return

November 3, 2022

Two years ago, it was a case of whodunit at Montrose Park, a verdant 16-acre meadowland of shade trees and gardens situated on the heights of upper Georgetown. While not quite […]

Exclusive Interview: Meet Republican Council Candidate Guiseppe Niosi

October 31, 2022

D.C.’s general election will be held Nov. 8. In Ward 2, along with incumbent Mayor Muriel Bowser (endorsed by The Georgetowner), who is considered a shoe-in over her three rivals, […]

Business Ins & Outs: Apple, Berliner, Diptyque


Out (Temporarily): Apple Store Reboot The Apple Store at 1229 Wisconsin Ave. NW has temporarily closed for renovations. In October 2021, Apple submitted plans to construct a basement addition to […]

Embodying Black Elegance: Vanilla Beane (1919-2022)

October 27, 2022

Vanilla Beane, known as “D.C.’s Hat Lady,” died October 23 at a Washington, D.C., hospital at the age of 103. While her name alone preceded her, Beane’s life was as […]

Fire Damages Blues Alley Building 

October 26, 2022

This article was updated Oct. 27. A fire broke out on the second floor of the Blues Alley music club around sunset Oct. 25. D.C. Fire & EMS quickly responded […]

Non-citizen Voting in D.C. Includes Unauthorized Migrants Here 30 Days

October 24, 2022

The final approval on Oct. 19 by the District Council to allow and encourage all non-citizens to vote in local elections, who have resided in the District for just 30 […]

Washington Ballet’s Artistic Director to Step Down at End of Season

October 21, 2022

The Washington Ballet’s Julie Kent will end her tenure as artistic director at the completion of the 2022-2023 season. She has accepted a new role as co-artistic director of the […]

Families of Wrongfully Detained Celebrate 7 Newly Freed

October 17, 2022

It was another tear-jerker event Oct. 15 in a Georgetown alley off M Street, between 31st Street and Wisconsin Avenue NW, at a temporary art exhibit of 18 somewhat fuzzy […]

The Wharf Celebrates Waterfront Completion, 5th Anniversary


The Wharf’s developers, Hoffman-Madison Waterfront, celebrated two milestones on Oct. 12: The fifth anniversary of The Wharf’s grand opening and the substantial completion of the waterfront development that extends from […]

Volta Park Fall Fest Steps Up Its Games for the Kids


Volta Park’s Fall Festival returned Oct. 15 to a sunny, beautiful Saturday of friends, family, fun and food. This year, organizers, the Friends of Volta Park, stepped up their game […]