Georgetown Tree Panel Brings Together 5 Experts          

May 20, 2024

In an 18th century tavern in Georgetown, in a meeting room where the walls were covered by now-rarely-seen painted-on-site wall paper of silver trees, Trees for Georgetown held a tree […]

Congratulations, Graduates! Guide to 2024 Local Commencements

May 16, 2024

We’re tipping our graduation caps to the class of 2024! Here are the highlights from commencements from local universities, with Georgetown and George Washington University’s taking place this weekend. Georgetown […]

Citizens’ Meeting: Elects New Board, Looks to the Future

May 13, 2024

A full-agenda annual meeting of the Citizens Association of Georgetown was held at Duke Ellington School of the Arts on May 7. Duke Ellington Principal Sandi Logan greeted the crowd. […]

Business Ins & Outs: Pure Sweat, Skims, My Little Chamomile


In: Pure Sweat + Float Studio Pure Sweat + Float Studio opened Friday at 3345 Prospect St. NW, next to Down Dog Yoga, with infrared saunas and float therapy.  Pure Sweat’s […]

‘Final’ Jelleff Renovation Plans Revealed by DPR       

May 6, 2024

In the last three years there have been about a half dozen town hall, stakeholder or outreach meetings with D.C.’s Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) regarding the dynamic ever-changing […]

The Usual ANC Suspects: DDOT, Jelleff, Traffic   


How much is going on in Georgetown this spring? So much that it took an entire two-hour-plus Advisory Neighborhood Commission meeting on May 1 just to catch everyone up and […]

Business Ins & Outs: Barnes & Noble, Georgetown Veterinary, Marcel’s


M St. Barnes & Noble Restored, June 26 Gone from Georgetown since 2011, the United States’ largest bookstore chain will return to its original location at 3040 M St. NW, […]

Foxtrot’s Abrupt Closure May Be Illegal

April 25, 2024

Foxtrot, the high-end coffee shop and convenience store, suddenly announced midday April 23 that it was permanently closing all of its locations. Employees and customers were stunned by the abrupt closures […]

Longtime Q St. Resident, Dr. Cynthia Ray Putchat Dies

April 22, 2024

Dr. Cynthia Ray Putchat, 69, who practiced clinical psychology in Washington, D.C., for 39 years, died hours after the solar eclipse on April 9. Her death was announced by her […]

91st Georgetown House Tour Shows Off Unique Renovations, Designs


More than 1,800 persons toured eight select homes on Saturday, April 20, during the 91st Georgetown House Tour, organized by St. John’s Episcopal Church at 3240 O St. NW and […]