September 28th, 2016 Issue

Latest News

Claims of Racism Spark Rally at American University

Claims of Racism Spark Rally at American University

A protest broke out Sept. 20 on American University’s campus after reports that an African American student had bananas thrown at her.

After Attacks on Women, Broken Streetlights Seen as Safety Issue

After Attacks on Women, Broken Streetlights Seen as Safety Issue

With at least five sexual abuse or assault crimes reported on the west side of Georgetown, some cite broken streetlights as contributing to the problem.

Fashion

Check out the latest trends, photos and articles in our revamped fashion section.
Georgetowners Face Off With the FAA

Georgetowners Face Off With the FAA

At yesterday's meeting about new flight patterns, neighbors suffering from airplane noise weren't buying the agency's line.

Features

Take Your Pick of Heirloom Apples at Georgetown Farmers Market, Sept. 25

Take Your Pick of Heirloom Apples at Georgetown Farmers Market, Sept. 25

Along with its fruits, veggies and meats, the new farmers market at Wisconsin and P will celebrate the arrival of autumn with an apple tasting on Sunday.

WNO Debut for a Countess Who Tap Dances

WNO Debut for a Countess Who Tap Dances

Amanda Majeski will play Countess Almaviva in Mozart's "The Marriage of Figaro" at the Kennedy Center through Oct. 2.

A Colorful Celebration of Latino Culture in Washington, D.C. (photos)

A Colorful Celebration of Latino Culture in Washington, D.C. (photos)

Fiesta DC's Parade of Nations lit up Constitution Avenue Sept. 17 in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month.

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