Rose Park’s 100th Birthday Celebrated in Style

September 26, 2022

Rose Park in Georgetown — from P and 26th Streets NW all the way south along Rock Creek Park parkway to M and 27th Streets NW — is an active, […]

Not on a Whim, Woman Catholic Priest Celebrates Momentous Georgetown Mass

September 22, 2022

The Roman Catholic Church wears its age well — and yet, after 2,000 years, is still developing new features, still growing into its body. Perhaps, for world religions, 2,000 years […]

Citizens’ Fall Picnic Concert at Rose Park Fun, Balmy 

September 19, 2022

On an almost balmy Sunday evening, Sept. 18, more than 200 Georgetown residents, families and friends along with many pets, gathered on the now fully established green lawn around Rose […]

Mapping Georgetown: Putting His Faith into Action


Born to serve? Fortunately, in our Washington D.C. community, we see so many stories of public service. But not all of them are as well known as they should be. […]

Paul Maysak Seeks ANC 2E Seat 


Longtime Georgetown resident Paul Maysak announced last week that he is running for the Advisory Neighborhood Commission seat for single-member district ANC 2E 03, being vacated by Georgetown ANC chair […]

Georgetown Community Day Delights at GU


In the brilliant sunshine of a late-summer Saturday, Georgetown University held its annual fall Georgetown Community Day – a fun and family-friendly festival bringing together students, faculty and staff, local […]

Middleburg’s Salamander Takes Over Mandarin Oriental 

September 15, 2022

Another Washington, D.C., hotel was rebranded this week — as the Mandarin Oriental transformed into Salamander Washington DC. Salamander Hotels & Resorts, the luxury hotel company founded by business leader […]

Are We Normalizing Crime?   

September 14, 2022

As we began to write this editorial, we noticed lots of commentary on the growing persistence of crime, close to home and across the nation. We noted the tragic loss […]

Fall 2022 Gala & Events Guide


Here’s our guide to all the best fall events and galas in D.C. this season. Stay tuned online as more will be added to this list. September 2022  Thursday Sept. 15   Prevent Cancer Foundation […]

Closing Pools Before Labor Day a Travesty  


It was an exceptionally hot August and early September this summer as families and residents tried to enjoy the last of the vacation and home days before heading back to […]