the Georgetowner Editorial Board

We Need a Traffic Cop at Wisc. & M

We miss you, Joe. It has been just about 10 years since reserve police officer Joe Pozell was struck by ...

Get Rid of Greenwashing

This Earth Day, let’s get rid of greenwashing. We’re fed up with companies pretending their products are green ...

Mt. Zion Cemetery Resurrection

Last issue’s cover story about the desecration of Georgetown’s Mt. Zion Cemetery, near the corner of Q and ...

Featured Property

1236 Potomac Street NW

Centrally located in Georgetown’s West Village, this bright and spacious, semi-detached Victorian, built in 1890 ...

Forums to Prioritize Mayor’s Budget

Back in the waning days of January, Mayor Muriel Bowser – after having to deal somewhat shakily with the aftermath of ...

Roiling on the River: Let’s Talk More

While everyone has been talking about big and little, showy and practical changes coming to Georgetown, less attention has been ...

Is It Anchor Away for Williams?

As The Georgetowner goes to press, NBC News anchor Brian Williams is meeting with network executives to determine his future ...

Dumb Moves on Dumbarton

Major non-approved changes, including the stuccoing of exterior brick walls and removal of multi-paned windows, that were recently made to ...

Ellington School Project Gets More Money

Mayor Bowser freed up an additional $7.5 million to bail out the Duke Ellington School of the Arts modernization ...

Panel Created to Celebrate Rock Creek Park’s 125th

"Find Yourself in Rock Creek Park" is the new theme of Washington’s urban park, founded in September 1890. To ...

What’s the Matter With WMATA?

Time and time again, Metrorail – once a state-of-the-art transit system – has failed the city and its commuters. In June 2009 ...

It’s a Snow Day, Not Judgment Day

Every winter, with the prospect of imminent snow – not to mention wind, cold and ice – people who go to school ...

Featured Property

3321 N St. NW

With more than 5,000 square feet of above-grade living space, this grand five-bedroom home is ...

Tudor Place’s Buhler to Retire

Leslie Buhler has announced she will retire at the end of June after 15 years as executive director of Tudor ...

Park Service to Hold Feb. 4 Meeting on Boathouses

The National Park Service will hold a public meeting on Potomac River boating facilities from 6 to 8 p.m ...

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