The following is D.C. Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton’s statement on the introduction of the No Fencing at the United States Capitol Complex Act on Feb. 11. Today, I introduce the […]
IN: FOXTROT OPENS IN GEORGETOWN On March 1, Foxtrot — the first-of its-kind corner store/café/delivery retail market — made its East Coast debut at 1267 Wisconsin Ave. NW, at the […]
Each year on March 8, we mark International Women’s Day to celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. On this day, the nonprofit organization Petals for Hope […]
As we begin to imagine the post-pandemic world, creative entrepreneurial minds in Georgetown are exploring strategies for revitalizing commercial market spaces.
The city is currently in Phase Two, meaning moderate community spread, moderate health and public health capacity and fair community engagement.
Young voters who were nowhere to be found in any other election didn’t magically materialize in 2020; they were enticed to the polling booths by anger.
D.C. may not be an official state — yet. But we are fortunate to have women in leadership positions from the top levels of city government to grassroots neighborhood organizations.
The March 1 meeting of ANC 2E was both long and newsworthy, tapping into hot issues that The Georgetowner intends to cover in the coming weeks and months.
The Georgetown resident and arts visionary, who incorporated the National Museum of Women in the Arts in 1981, died on March 6 at the age of 98.
The faster the pros can address the attack — and determine the extent of the data, applications and machines compromised — the better your chances of preventing bigger problems.