The OSS Society’s Gen. William Donovan Awards Dinner was held Oct. 25 at the Ritz-Carlton and gave its highest ...
Two top business leaders of Georgetown spoke before the Citizens Association and listed an array of retail changes and things that need to happen to keep the town as the place to be -- and to shop.
Election Day is here. If you live on the west side of Georgetown, go to Georgetown Public Library to vote instead of Duke Ellington High School, which is undergoing major reconstruction.
Unique gatherings of family, friends and admirers underscored the more than full life of editor and Georgetowner Ben Bradlee.
The Citizens Association's biggest party of the year always brings in the dancers and donors. This year's theme was "Fly Me to the Moon" and prompted attendees to get dolled up and decked out.
The second incarnation of Night Nouveau – “Not for the Quaint of Heart” – sought to evoke a surrealistic response from its ...
As the Georgetown Gala makes the scene this Friday at the Italian Embassy, it joins other big-time soirees around the ...
Commuters crossing Key Bridge were taken by surprise Oct. 16, when traffic stopped to make way for protesters on horseback.
Father John Payne, Head of School for Duke Ellington, died suddenly Oct. 9. He was at the school for 20 years.
A leading rabbi in America, Georgetown's Barry Freundel of Kesher Israel Congregation was arrested at his O Street home this morning.
The Georgetowner celebrated its 60th anniversary on the roof of the Capella hotel on Oct. 8. Check out photos from the party.
Overview: Nine people were shot over the Oct. 4 weekend in and around Washington, D.C., including an eight-year-old boy ...
"Once on the staff of the Georgetowner; always on the staff of the Georgetowner."
At tonight's ANC meeting: tougher regulation of dumpsters, zoning for the Latham Hotel property and introduction of candidates for ANC districts.
Former staffers and friends mourned the passing of one of Washington, D.C.'s great art institutions: the Corcoran Gallery of Art, founded in 1869.