Business Ins & Outs: Top Brands Coming to Wisconsin & Prospect

November 14, 2022

EastBanc, Inc. and Acadia Realty Trust announced last week that leases were signed with Wolford, Ever/Body, Blank Street Coffee and Van Leeuwen Ice Cream at the redevelopment of 1238 Wisconsin […]

Bowser Re-elected for Third Term: Few Surprises in D.C.

November 10, 2022

It’s always a bit ironic to go through all the months (sometimes years) of hype about a big national election in Washington, D.C. — the fervent destination of hundreds of […]

Veterans Day: Not To Be Taken Lightly


Veterans Day – a U.S. federal holiday observed each year on November 11 – is designed to honor military veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces. Following the First World War […]

Mayor Bowser: Please Veto the Non-Citizen Voting Bill  

November 9, 2022

On Oct. 19, the Council of the District of Columbia voted 12-1 to allow all non-citizens residing in Washington, D.C., for more than 30 days to vote in elections. That would include […]

The Spirit of Thanksgiving


One of my favorite movies turns 35 this year. And it’s one of the few films out there that celebrates Thanksgiving. John Hughes’s 1987 “Planes, Trains and Automobiles” is the […]

Georgetowner November 2022 Crossword


Put your Georgetowner knowledge to this test with this crossword puzzle!

Still a ‘Wild Child’? Cafe Milano at 30

November 7, 2022

Cafe Milano opened on Nov. 3, 1992. It was Election Day. That night Bill Clinton was elected the 42nd president, and the party never stopped at Milano. And there will […]

Downtowner News, Nov. 7, 2022


Robert Horan, Teen DC Sniper Prosecutor, Dead at 90   Robert F. Horan, Jr. who served 40 years as top prosecutor in Fairfax County, died last month at home in Clifton, […]

ANC 2E Notes, Nov. 1, 2022 


Falling on the day after Halloween, this month’s ANC2e meeting had lower public attendance than usual (only 14 at the outset). “Not a huge crowd, but not a huge agenda […]

Citizens Association of Georgetown Holds Public Health Town Hall 


Trash and rodents. They’re a never-ending topic in Georgetown (that The Georgetowner has covered for years) and was once again the subject of a town hall meeting sponsored by the […]