GU Cuts Budget, Holds Virtual Graduations

Georgetown University President John DeGioia said in a May 12 statement that the university can expect a shortfall of $50 million before the fall semester begins.

Pandemic Pivot: How Businesses Are Adapting

Many local businesses are turning to creative ways to stay afloat during the coronavirus restrictions — even as they know their percentage of sales...

Mane-Taining my Sanity

Going virtual is tough enough for shops and restaurants, but a good number have made a  pandemic pivot, taking orders online and delivering right...

Flower Mart, French Market Go Online

Flower Mart began on April 26 and will continue through May 10, Mother’s Day. The Georgetown French Market will run from May 1 through 8.

Slow Bustling in Georgetown

Much of Georgetown has shut down, but one can still see joggers, bicyclists, parents pushing strollers, dogs being walked and plenty of construction workers.

In Lockdown, Every Pet Is a Therapy Animal

The Georgetowner wants to hear all about the hijinks, shenanigans and adorable (deplorable?) behavior of our readers’ furry friends.

Mane-taining My Sanity

The day before I was to have my hair colored by my wonderful hairdresser, the salon owner called to say they we were closing for two weeks.

2020 Garden Tour Is Shelved

They are gorgeous. Intimate. Grand. Colorful. Hidden. And they will remain so until next May. They are the gardens of the Georgetown Garden Tour,...

Buy Fresh Buy Local

In the middle of a global pandemic, food is more important than ever. The Buy Fresh Buy Local Program is a nationwide effort that...

D.C. Schools to Close 3 Weeks Early

Due to the coronavirus crisis, some of the red-line requirements for grade advancement and graduation are being waived.