the Georgetowner Editorial Board

What’s Up With Retail? Rents Too High?

Part 1: Leases, Landlords and Tenants

This is the age of the receding retail presence. Across the country, storefronts are ...

The Age of the Noose               

People say we’re living in the age of Trump, the age of uncertainty, the age of political chaos. Set ...

Trump’s First 100 Days. Check.

Somewhere, some place in this country, people — Democrats, Republicans, agnostics and iconoclasts and regular folks alike — are breathing a sigh ...

Surplus Should Support Georgetown Projects

Let’s play Connect the Dots.

Three facts: •This March, according to the D.C. Office of Budget and Planning ...

The Georgetowner Endorses . . .

There’s an almost obligatory judgment going around about the 2016 presidential election campaign: that voters have never before been ...

Georgetown Homeless: Time for Tough Love?

No doubt most people feel sorry for the homeless in our midst. Georgetowners are generally generous and compassionate; we feel ...

Reeling in the Years

Mt. Zion, Tudor Place, AG Bell, the George Town Club — and The Georgetowner

More Comments: ANC 2E Commissioners and Candidates

The Georgetown-Burleith-Hillandale Advisory Neighborhood Commission 2E is chaired by Ron Lewis, who is retiring, as are Tom Birch and Jeffrey ...

An Open Wound, A Widening Chasm

What to tune in to, and what to tune out, in the chaotic wake of Dallas.

The Tragedy of Orlando

Before the horrific mass murders in Orlando, Florida was completely enfolded in and submerged by the politics of this year ...

The Georgetowner Endorses

For the Democratic Nomination for President: Hillary Clinton

Come on, Bernie, you’ve made your point. Now join forces with ...

Thank You, Citizens

At the annual meeting of the Citizens Association of Georgetown on May 24, a number of awards were presented.

Annie ...

Georgetown’s Sinful Past — and Present

This week, Georgetown University faces two of the greatest issues in America’s story, past and present: slavery and abortion ...

D.C. Statehood Is Back

In the minds of many D.C. residents, the idea, if not the reality, of statehood, has never really left ...

Georgetowners of the Year 2015

A Georgetowner newspaper tradition for decades, the naming of Georgetowners of the Year includes a woman who has devoted the ...

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