Georgetown Garden Club Begins Centennial at Evermay with Edwina von Gal

March 25, 2024

Members and friends of the Georgetown Garden Club gathered March 14 at one of Georgetown’s most revered garden estates, Evermay, for the first in a variety of events this year […]

Business Ins & Outs: Reverie, Molteni&C, Ice Cream Jubilee

March 18, 2024

In: Reverie Chef Johnny Spero’s Reverie will return to service in a matter of days, after a major reconstruction. An August 2022 fire shut down the Michelin-starred and intimate restaurant […]

Crime Report: Suicide, Arrests for Break-ins, Illegal Handguns

March 11, 2024

Dead Body Near G.U. Campus   On March 1, a dead body was found near Georgetown University, south of the Village A apartment complex at 3773 Prospect St. NW. “The individual was […]

ANC Zeroes In on Public Safety                

Public safety, criminal detention and sentencing (including of juveniles) and police reform were the focus of the monthly meeting of ANC 2E, the advisory neighborhood commission for Georgetown, Burleith and […]

Prompting Community Involvement, Secure DC Bill Passes

March 7, 2024

Community groups across the city urged their representatives to support the Secure DC Omnibus Amendment Act of 2024. On Tuesday, the Council of the District of Columbia voted its approval. […]

Georgetown Safeway Installs Security Gates, Fencing

The Georgetown Safeway at 1855 Wisconsin Ave. NW has increased its crime prevention efforts by installing controlled entrances and exits, along with fencing on certain perimeters. More than a week […]

Georgetown Divorce: Park Service Details $12.7M Canal Plan, Drops Georgetown Heritage

March 4, 2024

Sometimes, you never see a divorce coming. The following is just such a story between a federal agency and a community nonprofit. Tomorrow, the National Park Service will begin its […]

Brooke Pinto to Tell Latest on Crime Bill at Monday’s ANC Meeting

February 29, 2024

An aggressive omnibus crime punishment bill, developed by Ward 2 Council member Brooke Pinto, is facing its second vote of approval on Tuesday, March 5. At 7 p.m. on Monday, […]

Tudor Place’s ‘Ancestral Spaces’ Pays Homage to Its Black History

By Hailey Wharram Tudor Place opened an exhibition entitled, “Ancestral Spaces: People of African Descent at Tudor Place,” on Feb. 6, timed for Black History Month. It is proving so […]

Nina Richardson: 1944-2024

February 20, 2024

Nina Leake Richardson of Washington, D.C., died Feb. 7 at the age of 79, following a two-year battle with glioblastoma.  The following was provided by the family to the media. […]