The American Veterans Disabled for Life Memorial opened this weekend near the U.S. Capitol and across from the U.S. Botanic Garden with a dedication by President Barack Obama.
The 12th Annual Turkish Festival took place last weekend. Check out the Georgetowner's photos from the event.
This year's Values Voter Summit gave increased attention to the ideals of religious freedom and to the persecution of Christians, especially those in Islamic countries.
Fiesta DC is the annual Latino Festival in Washington DC. This year's event took place on Sunday, September 21 ...
The Georgetown Hoyas defeated Brown 17-3 on Sept. 20 to even their season record at 2-2.
District leaders make a plea for D.C. statehood Sept. 15 at a Senate hearing with two senators attending.
At a solemn ceremony, President Barack Obama observed the 13th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attack on the Pentagon which ...
The popular Paul Bakery -- already in Georgetown near Wisconsin Avenue and M Street, NW -- added another spot in downtown D.C. on 13th Street.
With perfect weather, but without the swim, the Nation's Triathlon ran along the monuments Sept. 7.
Tens of thousands of book lovers and over 100 of the best writers from across the country descended on the ...
A peaceful Saturday night march from Mount Vernon Square to Chinatown was a D.C. statement on the death of Michael Brown.
Milos Raonic won the men's and Svetlana Kuznetsova the women's final at this year's Citi Open Tennis Tournament -- and announcer and publicist Charlie Brotman was saluted for his years of service.
With prime players -- and great weather, to boot -- Citi Open at the FitzGerald Tennis Center has been a great place to enjoy the matches. Finals are on Sunday.
The original Americans knew about the living earth long before the rest of us and showed it this weekend with dance, food stands and other activities.
The annual baguette relay race at Paul Bakery has become a Bastille Day favorite in D.C.