July-August 2024 Community Calendar

July 17, 2024

Screening: ‘A River Runs through It’  Friday, July 19  Millennium Stage at the Kennedy Center hosts free outdoor movie screenings every Friday through Aug. 30, starting at dusk. Coming up […]

We Heard It Through the Grapevine: Sixty Vines Now Open 

July 10, 2024

By Sophia Hall  You don’t have to hear it through the grapevine, get it straight from the tap: new Foggy Bottom wine bar Sixty Vines is one of D.C.’s trendiest […]

Luxe Hotel Experiences to Watch the D.C. Fireworks

June 26, 2024

July 4 is almost here! Here are seven luxury hotel experiences to watch the famed fireworks. Wolfgang Puck’s CUT Above at The Rosewood 1050 31st St. NW, 6-10 p.m. The […]

Local Business: The Zamani House of Heritage

June 3, 2024

By Christine Axsmith Have you ever walked past that rug store off of Wisconsin and Dumbarton and wonder what was in there? The Zamani House of Heritage has been a […]

Georgetowner Realty Review: What Sold in May

It’s time for our Realty Review! On the first Monday of each month, we provide readers with all the data of homes sold in Georgetown from the previous month. In […]

Fashioning Power, Fashioning Peace Gala and Exhibition at Woodrow Wilson House

May 20, 2024

Earlier this month, The Woodrow Wilson House hosted its newest signature event, the Fashioning Power, Fashioning Peace Gala and Exhibition Opening.  The evening was dedicated to international style and cultural […]

CAG Presents 2024-2025 Board Directors and Officers

April 18, 2024

The Citizens Association of Georgetown’s Governance Committee, President and Board of Directors are pleased to announce the 2024-2025 Board of Directors and Officers. The vote of the proposed slate will […]

Editorial: Take a Breath and Honor Our Planet  

April 10, 2024

With all the happy chaos that spring can bring, sometimes Earth Day can fly by in the blink of an eye. We encourage you to stop, take a breath and […]

April Downtowner: Caps, Wizards; Office Space

April 7, 2024

Capitals, Wizards Commit to Capital One Arena  It looks like the Capitals and the Wizards are staying put in Gallery Place after all. Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin’s plan to build […]

Remembering Esther Coopersmith

March 28, 2024

Esther Coopersmith lived well into her 90s, and during her eight-plus decades of life, she collected an impressive group of friends and memorabilia too. Her home was full of treasures, […]