Wilson Celebrates 50th at Four Seasons

October 10, 2018

The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars — which touts itself as “the nation’s key non-partisan forum for global issues, independent research, open dialogue, and actionable ideas” — celebrated its […]

Smithsonian Craft2Wear 10th Anniversary Preview Night

The Oct. 4 Preview Night of Craft2Wear at the National Building Museum afforded an early look at limited-edition, hand-crafted clothing, jewelry and accessories before opening to the general public. Guests […]

‘First Man’ Debut at Air & Space, Flag or Not

Photos by Patrick G. Ryan The D.C. premiere of “First Man” at the Air and Space Museum Oct. 4 gathered the film cast that tells the story of Neil Armstrong, […]

Golfing With the Chance Foundation

The Fourth Annual Chance Foundation Golf Tournament was held Oct. 7 at Bristow Manor Golf Club. The Georgetowner is a proud partner of the Chance Foundation and looks forward to […]

50 More Years of D.C.’s Art Explosion

Mayor Muriel Bowser kicked off a memorable night at the Lincoln Theatre commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the D.C. Commission on the Arts and Humanities by presenting the 2018 Life […]

Ambassadors Ball: Cherry Blossoms Inspire Hope for a Cure

Ambassador Shinsuke and Yoko Sugiyama of Japan co-chaired the 40th Anniversary of the Ambassadors Ball to support the National Multiple Sclerosis Society at The Anthem Oct. 2. The cherry blossom […]

All God’s Creatures’ Special Day

October 7, 2018

At the Blessing of the Animals at St. John’s Church in Georgetown on Oct. 7, there were treats for four-footers and their humans. All behaved admirably on sacred ground.

Parents, Teens Agree on St. Jude’s

October 1, 2018

Luc Deshayes, the top fundraiser on the teen committee, and his mother, Gladys Abi-Najm of the parent committee, attended the third annual St. Jude Golden Gala, benefiting the lifesaving mission […]

Martin’s Tavern Goes Big for Its 85th

September 26, 2018

To celebrate its 85th anniversary, Martin’s Tavern invited a few hundred of its favorite people to a Sept. 12 gathering. Among neighbors and guests, former Secretary of State Madeline Albright, […]

50 Years on, the ‘Dream Lives on’

In spite of Florence threatening parts of the Eastern Seaboard, it did not stop Congressional Black Caucus Foundation supporters from attending the 44th Annual Legislative Conference closing gala Sept. 15 […]