Textile Museum’s Wetenhall Speaks at George Town Club

The George Washington University Museum and the Textile Museum — designed by Hartman-Cox to incorporate historic Woodhull House, most recently a security office — opened at G and 21st Streets in March of 2015.

The Auction Block

BONHAMS “Artist, Mind, Studio,” 1994 Viola Frey (1933–2004) Estimate: $60,000 – $80,000 Auction Date: October 25 Over the course of her five-decade career, Viola Frey produced...

Long & Foster’s Sale to HomeServices of America — L&F’s Detwiler: ‘The sale was...

“The real estate market is so local,” Jeffrey S. Detwiler, president and CEO of Long & Foster Real Estate, told The Georgetowner in 2014....

Art Moderne Meets Mid-Centery Mod

By Aidah Fontenot and Danielle Benji Freshen your home with timeless style Mid-century contemporary furnishings and décor are a lasting and popular trend. Unique artisanal accessories...

Unearthing African American History

As historic as the Oak Hill Cemetery is, an important facet that is largely missing — also from other Georgetown locations — is African American history.

Will Georgetown Keep Cool With Coolidge?

Representatives of the Vermont-based Calvin Coolidge Presidential Foundation presented plans at an Oct. 2 Advisory Neighborhood Commission meeting to locate an outpost at the historic mansion at 3425 Prospect St. NW.

The Beautiful Schools of Washington, D.C.

The District’s history of building and promoting public schools has had surprising peaks and troughs over the past 150 years. While the scholastic status...

GBA Touts Main Street, Real Estate, Water Taxis

Approval of a Georgetown Main Street, a small-business marketing program for Wisconsin Avenue, should be coming next week, according to GBA President Sonya Bernhardt.

The Auction Block

Weschler’s “Fan Fire IV,” 1970 Sam Gilliam (b. 1933) Estimate: $100,000 – $150,000 Auction Date: September 15 Having relocated to Rockville in June, Weschler’s, the D.C. area’s oldest auction...

Berkshire Hathaway Affiliate Buys Long & Foster

The transaction positions HomeServices to become the nation’s leading home ownership services provider.

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