Are You Having Trouble Getting Licensed or Certified In D.C.?

October 3, 2022

SPECIAL REQUEST: Share Your Experiences Doing Business With the District’s Agencies: DCRA, DSLBD, Office of Tax & Revenue, DOES and others:  Opening up businesses in D.C. post-pandemic has been a […]

Georgetown Canal to Be Drained Much Longer Than Anticipated, Through 2025


Disappointing news from the C&O Canal National Historic Park and Georgetown Heritage today: Georgetown’s section of the C&O Canal will be drained soon and remain potentially dry for as long […]

Opinion: The Coming D.C. Financial Crisis 


Editor’s note: From time to time The Georgetowner selects to run guest columns on issues of concern to our readers. We have decided to run this opinion piece by Jack […]

Crime Report: Homicide, Robbery and Sexual Assault Investigations


Despite efforts by the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) to address the city’s mounting gun-violence crisis, an alarming number of semi-automatic rifles, ghost guns and unlicensed handguns appear to be proliferating […]

Business Ins & Outs: Lugano Diamonds, Hobo Bags, Sleep Number Beds


Coming: Lugano Diamonds to Take Over Eno Space Who knew that wine, cheese and charcuterie could lead to diamonds? Lugano Diamonds & Jewelry, designer and manufacturer of high-end, one-of-a-kind jewelry, […]

Bill Plante, CBS News Correspondent, Dies at 84

September 29, 2022

William Plante, a long-serving White House broadcast journalist for CBS News, died yesterday of respiratory failure, according to his family. Plante, who lived in Washington, D.C., was 84 years old […]

Turn The Lights On!: Glow Returns to Georgetown, Nov. 26 – Jan. 22  


The popular Glow Festival will be shimmering once again and delighting Georgetown visitors and residents. The much-anticipated public light art installations throughout Georgetown’s commercial district will be returning from Saturday, […]

Celebrating Latino Culture at Fiesta DC (photos)

September 27, 2022

The annual Latino Festival in D.C. — Fiesta DC (Sept. 24-25) — features a 2-day street festival on Pennsylvania Ave. and a “Parade of Nations” on Constitution Ave. with traditional […]

Business Ins & Outs: Lutèce Gets Top Praise; Empty 7-Eleven, Sara’s to Get New Tenants 

September 26, 2022

Congrats! New York Times Praises Lutèce A terrific culinary shout-out — and well deserved for owner Zubair Popal and family — for the bistro at 1522 Wisconsin Ave. NW. Last week, […]

Georgetown’s Art All Night: A Brilliant Evening


Georgetown’s second annual Art All Night festivities wowed attendees and crackled with celebratory community energy last Friday, Sept. 23 from 5:30 to 10:30 p.m. along the upper Wisconsin Ave. NW […]