The Georgetown House Tour is one of the most historic events to happen in Georgetown and with sponsors such as Washington Fine Properties, this years House Tour remained a huge success. Washington Fine Properties was once again the sole corporate benefactor of this years event, and with their help, St. John's Church can continue their mission of supporting the members of this community.
The parties before and after the White House Correspondents' Association Dinner at the Washington Hilton, April 30, grabbed the attention ...
Prospect Street residents whose backyards would be almost level with the top of the proposed Key Bridge Exxon condo on M Street are not feeling the love from their Advisory Neighborhood Commission, to say nothing of the developer EastBanc, which presented its redesign of the project after scrutiny by the Old Georgetown Board at the May 2 ANC meeting.
Leaders of the aging-in-place Georgetown Village met with an overflowing hall of neighbors at the Georgetown Presbyterian Church on P Street on April 26 to discuss their nonprofit service helping elderly neighbors stay in their homes. The group has 57 members pledged and needs 47 more to hit its goal of 100 to get the service up and running.
The Citizens Advisory Council for the Second District of the Metropolitan Police Department will hold its Police Appreciation Luncheon on May 11, "to show the officers and staff of the Second District Police Force how much the community appreciates the work they do protecting our neighborhoods against crime."
Some Georgetown residents have heard loud booms as early as 6:30 a.m. recently. The sounds are from World War 2 era howitzers used for ceremonies at Fort Myer and Arlington Cemetery. Seems the army turned the guns around the other way and pointed them towards D.C. after Arlington residents had been complaining.
Prince Charles of Britain is speaking at Georgetown University’s Gaston Hall on May 4 at a conference on sustainable agriculture, part of his work with organic farming and the natural world.
The D.C. Arts and Humanities Education Collaborative gathered in La Maison Française at the French Embassy, April 8, to ...
Leadership Greater Washington celebrated its 25th birthday at the Newseum, April 12, as members of different years reunited. The impressive ...
The N Street Village Gala, always a joyous and easy-going affair, celebrated the powerful women of the nation's capital ...
The swift Potomac River beat faulty human technology or vigilance during the morning of April 18, as its waters reached high tide and crested slightly over its banks.
A robbery at knife point occurred Palm Sunday, April 17, on the 1500 block area of 35th Street, N.W. The following morning, April 18, a robbery at gunpoint occurred on the 3500 block of Winfield Lane, N.W. The reported incidents were less than three blocks apart.
With a few rumors circulating that Serendipity 3 might not open at all after several delays, co-owner Rodrigo Garcia totally denied such talk and said that problems with the venting system were the cause of the latest wait. Garcia showed off the nearly completed interior of Serendipity 3's first floor during an April 18 impromptu tour.
The D.C. Zoning commission met April 14 for the first of three hearings on Georgetown University’s campus plan. Georgetown administrators sat before the commissioners and made their case for the 2010-2020 outline.
Members and guests of the Citizens Association of Georgetown gathered at the House of Sweden (aka the Swedish Embassy) for its April 18 meeting. On hand was Occasions, the city's first certified green caterer.