Now Online: D.C.’s Parking Permit System

July 6, 2021

Parking headaches? Here’s some relief. Residents in need of parking spaces for their guests and workers will now have streamlined systems on hand, according to the District’s Department of Transportation. […]

At First Anniversary, Pinto Prioritizes – and Thanks – Ward 2 

June 28, 2021

Ward 2 Council member Brooke Pinto is looking up these days. With the Biden-Harris administration in town, the pandemic’s easing and Mayor Muriel Bowser’s budget allocating funding to the District’s […]

Business Ins & Outs: Preppy Fitzgerald’s, Aerie, M&T


In: The Preppy Chic, Cozy Fitzy’s Clyde’s Restaurant Group and 1789 Restaurant have gone back to the future with the second reboot to replace the celebrated, longtime F. Scott’s, companion […]

ANC Tonight: DMV, Beer Garden, Volta Park

June 25, 2021

The Georgetown-Burleith-Hillandale Advisory Neighborhood Commission (ANC 2E) will hold its July meeting, 6:30 p.m., Monday, June 28, virtually — via Zoom or a conference call. The following is the agenda, […]

Passionate Town Discussion Over Expanded Sidewalks

June 24, 2021

The temporary Georgetown project to lay out some 3500 linear square feet of expanded sidewalks — specially constructed curb fitting platforms, traffic protectors and landscaping — on both sides of […]

Georgetown Parking Myths: The Never-Ending Story

June 20, 2021

The Georgetowner’s June 16 article — “Busting Myths About Georgetown Parking”  — generated numerous calls and responses from the residents of Georgetown. Concerns about parking in D.C.’s oldest neighborhood are almost […]

Busting Myths About Georgetown Parking 

June 16, 2021

In Georgetown, few issues are as controversial as parking. With the pandemic easing and commercial activity bubbling up, higher numbers of automobile drivers are competing for open spots. Everyone’s got […]

Business Ins & Outs: Beer Garden, Faherty, Revelle, Cat Cafe, Peacock Café


Proposed: Beer Garden at Latham Hotel Site A beer garden has been proposed for 3000 M St. NW, the site of an officially “blighted property,” where Le Madeleine Bakery & […]

Thanks to Hamburgers and Fries, G.U. Prof Earns Pulitzer

June 14, 2021

Georgetown University Professor Marcia Chatelain was awarded a Pulitzer Prize last week. She was chosen as this year’s winner in the category of history for her work, “Franchise: The Golden […]

With Safety in Mind, Friends of Volta Park Launch Fundraising Auction 


An oasis in the heart of Georgetown, Volta Park on 34th Street NW is known for its storied past as well as its natural charms. In his Georgetown days, JFK […]