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 […]
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 […]
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, […]
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 […]
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 […]
For many in Georgetown in 1971, the protests were right outside their doors, as traffic was snarled and streets trashed, with tear gas in the air.
There are three renovated properties in town on tree-lined streets at 3032 Q St. NW, 3012 Q St. NW and 3016 Dumbarton St. NW. All three buildings have been owned […]
Normally held in May, the Georgetown historic site’s gala has been scheduled for Wednesday, Sept. 22, in accordance with health guidelines.
If owner Harry Schnipper is unable to renegotiate the club’s lease with Snyder Properties in the coming months, the world-famous club might close for good.
As the nation has expanded and transformed, Georgetown has adapted to hardships and flourished. And in many fascinating ways, the city’s earlier experiences have paralleled our own.