She Started a Green Business that ‘Changes the Way the World Shops’

June 15, 2022

“I had to choose between going broke or breaking the world,” said Lisa D. Foster, Ph.D., entrepreneur, business coach, and pioneer of the reusable bag industry in the United States. […]

Pride Month Celebrations Come to Washington, D.C.

June 13, 2022

This June, Washington, D.C. has been painted and splashed in rainbow colors in commemoration of Pride Month, a time devoted to educating the city on issues related to equity in […]

Fun, Almost Back-to-Normal Summer Weekend in Georgetown


Pools open! Parades and parties! Picnics in the park. Pop-ups including a free champagne garden party. Plenty of shopping in Georgetown — with a chance to slip easily over to Virginia to […]

City Wildlife to the Rescue


At a fancy condo building by the C&O Canal in Georgetown, everyone knows their job. Starting in early spring, the people living on the ground floor, who have enclosed courtyards, […]

Tudor Place Honors Dr. Sachiko Kuno

June 9, 2022

Tudor Place’s 30th Annual Spring Garden Party honored Dr. Sachiko Kuno, “committed scientist, philanthropist, entrepreneur and visionary,” as Executive Director Mark Hudson and President of the Board Mary Moffett Keaney […]

D.C. Hails Tony & Joe’s on 35th Anniversary


Mayor Muriel Bowser “with the nearly 700,000 residents of Washington, D.C.,” as she wrote in her June 5 proclamation, congratulated Tony & Joe’s Seafood Place on “35 phenomenal years — […]

Mayor Lauds Work of Volta Park Group

June 6, 2022

The Friends of Volta Park held its annual fundraiser June 4 at the George Town Club. It was a stylish late Saturday afternoon cocktail party, with two special drinks themed […]

The British Players to Perform in Georgetown This June


The afterglow of Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Jubilee continues this week in Georgetown. The British Players will perform “The Mystery of Edwin Drood” at Georgetown Visitation Preparatory School: Nolan Center at […]

Crime Report: Capitol Police Officer Indicted for Georgetown Incident; Metrobus Stabbing


In a bizarre case, a U.S. Capitol Police (USCP) officer was indicted on six counts, including federal civil rights charges after allegedly engaging in an unauthorized high-speed chase with two […]

Lively Mayoral Debate at Georgetown’s Gaston Hall

June 2, 2022

Mayor Muriel Bowser and her main Democratic challengers, Council members Robert White and Trayon White met at Georgetown University’s Gaston Hall June 1 in the only televised debate before the […]