Marilyn Butler’s Vision for ‘Mapping Georgetown’   

July 19, 2021

Imagine falling in love with your local town. Then, dedicating all of your creative efforts to cultivating and preserving its unique culture and heritage. Georgetown resident Marilyn Butler has done […]

Tips for Tree Care This Storm and Hurricane Season

July 15, 2021

As the summer storm season hits the mid-Atlantic, arboreal and safety concerns heighten for many Georgetowners who have trees to protect. What are some tree-care tips an expert might recommend? […]

Renovations Underway at Julia Child’s Georgetown Home  


  He was looking for a run-down Georgetown property to renovate for a while.   Then one day, Rory Veveers-Carter, a co-founder of the human resources company Jaba Talks, happened to notice an ad in […]

Our Next Issue: July 14

July 8, 2021

Georgetown’s history is rich and varied, and what better way to see our way forward than by taking a look back? With the July 14 issue, we’ll be launching a […]

D.C.’s AG Racine Files Delta Phi Epsilon Suit 

June 7, 2021

Georgetown’s DPE Foundation Responds to Accusations On June 3, the District’s Attorney General Karl Racine filed a complaint against Delta Phi Epsilon (DPE) fraternity and its foundation — both associated […]

C&O Canal Boat Expected to Arrive July 8

June 3, 2021

The reopening of Georgetown and the city continues apace, and things are speeding up. Already to the delight of passers-by at the Chesapeake & Ohio Canal, Georgetown’s crown jewel, yes, […]

In Georgetown’s Hot Housing Market, Demand for Elevators ‘Going Up!’

May 24, 2021

Covid-19 seems to have caused an unexpected new housing boom, especially in small, vibrant and green communities within senior-friendly cities like Washington, D.C.  And, that means Georgetown – where the […]

Graham Mansion Dispute Nearing End?

May 12, 2021

The drawn-out dispute between neighbors over renovations to one of Georgetown’s most treasured historic mansions, formerly owned by the late Katharine Graham, publisher of the Washington Post, surfaced again at […]

Diamonds Are Forever


A labor-of-love reno restored the luster of this 1931 gem The Manor House has always been a standout. Although not much is known about architect M.C. Nichols — not even his first name […]

Back to the Office: The New World of Work

May 3, 2021

At a recent Bisnow webinar, leading architects and designers outlined what they’re thinking and predicting for post-pandemic office buildings.