A Looming Government Shutdown [AI]

October 5, 2023

A government shutdown is looking increasingly likely by 12:01 a.m., Sunday, Oct. 1, if Congress doesn’t agree on an operating budget for the entire federal government by that time. The […]

Where to Watch the 4th of July Fireworks

July 3, 2023

On Tuesday, we honor and celebrate America’s 247th birthday. Wondering where to watch the 4th of July fireworks this year? From Georgetown, there are plenty of options. Here are five […]

Laura’s Russian Buttercream

June 15, 2023

Discover the epitome of indulgence with this Easy Russian Buttercream Recipe. With its whipped butter base, this is a simple recipe to make while delivering the most satisfying and flawless results. […]

June ANC Meeting Was In-Person and a Bit Lonely…

June 5, 2023

Ooops. Our bad! Guilty as charged! Yes, we have lauded the many years that the Georgetown-Burleith-Hillandale Advisory Neighborhood Commissioners and agenda participants took the effort to hold their meetings live, […]

January 2023 Auction Block  

January 11, 2023

 A new year full of new items auctioned from Doyle, Christie’s, Weschler’s, Potomack, Hindman and Sotheby’s. This month, a Tiffany flatware set sold for well over asking price, a baby […]

Business Ins & Outs 2022: L’Avant-Garde, Hobo, Whole Foods; Berliner, Amazon Books, CB2

January 9, 2023

Welcome: L’Avant-Garde, Yellow, Showfields, Hobo, Glossier, Bitty & Beau’s, Fountain Inn and others. Farewell: Berliner, Officina, Fluevog, Pie Sisters, Petite Soeur, Sara’s, CB2 and others. It was a busy year for Georgetown […]

Edward Weidenfeld (1943-2022)

January 5, 2023

With a resume that is impressive for even the most seasoned of Washingtonians, Edward L. Weidenfeld worked for six presidents and founded his own law firm, Weidenfeld Law Firm, P.C. […]

Barbara Walters (1929-2022)

January 3, 2023

Broadcast journalist Barbara Walters has died at the age of 93 after spending more than 50 years in front of the camera. Walters was one of the trailblazers in the […]

Duke Ellington School Fight for Autonomy Heats Up            

December 19, 2022

Ever since the old Western High School at 35th and R Streets NW was transformed physically and curriculum-wise two decades ago into the current palatial $178.5 million Duke Ellington School […]

Citizens Tap Sawyer as Executive Director

December 7, 2022

The Citizens Association of Georgetown has a new executive director — Brittany Sawyer, 40, who lives in Georgetown and has volunteered with CAG since 2017, previously co-chairing the Development Committee. […]