Rose Park Market To Open with Piñata

May 1, 2023

The popular open air market at Rose Park will open the season on Wednesday, May 3, at the corner of O and 26th Streets NW with an array of the […]

Stroud 5k Returns for Children with Learning Differences

April 26, 2023

Lindsay Stroud was the winner of the Stroud Foundation 5k Race April 22 on the Capitol Crescent Trail. The Stroud 5K was resurrected after a pandemic pause. It raises funds […]

Concerts in the Park Bounces Back for Earth Day With the Soul Crackers

April 24, 2023

The Citizens Association of Georgetown hosted Concerts in the Park on Sunday, April 23, at Rose Park, 26th & P Streets, along with the Friends of Rose Park. In honor […]

Interactive Window Installation to Boost Women’s Rights

Up Wisconsin Avenue, where Chevy Chase window shoppers stroll – and across the street from Saks Fifth Avenue near Tiffany & Company –  a provocative “community photo-collage installation” has been […]

90th Georgetown House Tour Has Thunderous Conclusion

The hot tea, homemade crustless cucumber, olive, tuna and chicken-salad sandwiches and lemon, orange and chocolate cakes were greeted with special joy by dozens of somewhat bedraggled participants of all […]

Business Ins & Outs: Streets Market, Dig, Ever/Body, Fangyan

In: Streets Market, Now on P A well-stocked grocery store opened in the former 7-Eleven space at the northwest corner of P and 27th Streets on Friday afternoon, April 21. […]

Clotheslines Rock … and Solar Panels, Too!

April 20, 2023

By James F.X. Payne Here’s down-home advice for Earth Day from a creative Georgetown resident that saves the planet and money. To many readers, a clothesline is a totally alien […]

Shop and Dine Sustainably in Georgetown This Earth Day

Looking to shop and dine sustainably in Georgetown this Earth Day weekend? Here are some local opportunities to help and honor our planet this April 22 and beyond. Allbirds , 3135 […]

Emancipation Day Weekend Celebrates D.C. 

April 17, 2023

Today, Washingtonians observe a unique American holiday that’s part of their history but affects the rest of the country, too. D.C. Emancipation Day honors the day, April 16, when President […]

Public Safety: Mayor’s Initiatives, MPD Newsletter’s Solace, Latest Crime

While many D.C. residents view crime in the nation’s capital fatalistically – after all, what is to be done about the daily drumbeat of carjackings, shootings, and stickups? – the […]