We Spoke with D.C.’s Homeless Residents

August 18, 2021

Most of us may not have noticed them — tent encampments popping up around the city.   Family-size tents with furniture suggestive of more permanent stays. The unhoused people in the parks and in the fringes appear to be preparing for the worst […]

Tech Tip: Be Sure to Isolate Guest WiFi Access

August 16, 2021

Do you have guest access on your company WiFi network? If so, do you simply give out the same password your employees use? If you provide guests your password, you’re […]

D.C.’s Approved 2022 Budget Fueled by Fed Funds

A slightly amended $17.5 billion, 2022 fiscal budget for the District of Columbia was approved unanimously by the D.C. Council in its second required vote on Aug. 10. Mayor Muriel […]

G.U. to Be ‘Vaccinated Campus,’ Move-In Later this Week 

Later this week, expect to see more university students roaming around and exploring the neighborhood, discovering the charm and beauty of Georgetown or visiting old haunts. In a “Special Edition” […]

Business Ins & Outs: Jewels, Chocolates, Fine Woodworking

August 14, 2021

In: L. Priori Jewelry Shines L. Priori Jewelry officially opened on July 22 at 1002 Wisconsin Ave. NW. Originally from Philadelphia, the team at L. Priori creates “one-of-a-kind experiences and products, responsibly sourcing only […]

Vaccine Hesitant Incentivized by Rewards App

August 12, 2021

Wish you could motivate folks to get the jab? Bright Mind Enrichment (BME) just might have the app for you. As the Delta variant spreads and we endure another pandemic […]

Bombay Club Back with Modern Indian Makeover

After a lavish redecoration, The Bombay Club, Washington’s first sophisticated Indian restaurant has reopened at 815 Conn. Ave. NW. Its gracious hospitality and location close to the White House and […]

Van Gogh Show Dazzles

We’ve been hearing the hype about “Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience.” It certainly sounds appealing: an interactive visual extravaganza — light projections, virtual reality — on the life and works […]

Tech Tip: Watch Out for Ransomware

August 9, 2021

Ransomware has been a scourge to businesses for years now. With the pandemic, it’s now an even greater risk. Increased phishing attacks and other means of spreading ransomware require businesses […]

MedStar Georgetown’s Signature Project

MedStar Georgetown University Hospital’s Medical/Surgical Pavilion, now under construction at 38th Street and Reservoir Road NW, is the largest health care construction project in Washington, D.C., comprising 477,213 square feet […]