RIP Marion Barry

Marion Barry’s death means the end of an era in DC. I moved to DC in 2002 and missed much of Barry’s years in the spotlight, but I … [read more]

A Few of My Favorite Things

These are a dozen of my best discoveries for 2014:1. Oh My Son CD because Marcos Galvany's operatic tableaux is The Nutcracker for Easter. 2. … [read more]

Baby, It Was Nice & Warm Inside

Baby, it was cold outside.Inside, the pizza was hot and the ambiance warm as 110 members of the Georgetown Business Association and others gathered … [read more]

Diane Rehm

"John had a wonderful practice in law,” said Diane Rehm at a dinner hosted by the National Parkinson Foundation at Cafe Milano in … [read more]

Luxury Townhouse In Fast-Rising SW Waterfront

A luxury townhouse in Historic Wheat Row, which is incorporated into the Harbour Square Cooperative in Southwest Washington, is being offered at … [read more]

Jacobsen Architecture to Renovate Maine's...

Jacobsen Architecture, Georgetown-based Washington architecture firm known for the addition of the U.S. Capitol, historic renovations of The … [read more]

King Cake

by Ada Polla

RIP Marion Barry

Marion Barry’s death means the end of an era in DC. I moved to DC in 2002 and missed much of Barry’s years in the spotlight, but I nonetheless have been fascinated with him.I had the … [read more]

Hollywood on the Potomac

by Janet Donovan

Diane Rehm

"John had a wonderful practice in law,” said Diane Rehm at a dinner hosted by the National Parkinson Foundation at Cafe Milano in Washington, DC. “He worked for the Kennedy and … [read more]

Digging In

by Fondue Pot

Luxury Townhouse In Fast-Rising SW Waterfront

A luxury townhouse in Historic Wheat Row, which is incorporated into the Harbour Square Cooperative in Southwest Washington, is being offered at $879,000 by Beasley Real Estate.Built in 1794 by John … [read more]

Rothman At-Large

by David H. Rothman

Zelig and The Art of Winning a Pulitzer

Imagine you’re with the Secret Service. A young Ohioan calls up and says he’ll be joining the Nazi Party. “I wanted you to know.” Wait—the story gets even better. The … [read more]

Georgetown Current

by The Georgetown Current

Jelleff Advocate Seeks Funds for Overhaul

By Brady HoltCurrent Staff WriterWhenever Christina Grigorian looks at Georgetown’s Jelleff Recreation Center, she finds herself thinking about the site’s potential.The 3265 S St. … [read more]

What's Hot

by Pepper Pot

WFP Lists Gorgeous Dupont Townhome

Washington Fine Properties (WFP) has listed an extraordinary Dupont Victorian townhome, centrally located on tree-lined Q Street, just steps from some of the city’s finest restaurants, … [read more]

A La Carte

by Judith Beermann

A Few of My Favorite Things

These are a dozen of my best discoveries for 2014:1. Oh My Son CD because Marcos Galvany's operatic tableaux is The Nutcracker for Easter. 2. Bastille Day at the Eiffel Tower because no one puts … [read more]

Runaway Spoon

by Janet Staihar

Baby, It Was Nice & Warm Inside

Baby, it was cold outside.Inside, the pizza was hot and the ambiance warm as 110 members of the Georgetown Business Association and others gathered at the newly expanded il Canale on 31st Street for … [read more]

In The Know

by The Scoop

Jacobsen Architecture to Renovate Maine's Historic Bray House

Jacobsen Architecture, Georgetown-based Washington architecture firm known for the addition of the U.S. Capitol, historic renovations of The American Embassy in Paris, Smithsonian’s Arts and … [read more]

On The Look Out

by Watched Pot

GU Research Shows Menthol Cigarettes Desensitize Lungs

Neuroscientists at Georgetown University (GU) say menthol and nicotine work together to desensitize receptors in the lungs’ airways, possibly encouraging people to inhale menthol cigarettes more … [read more]

Get There Now

by Blue Plate

What's On Your Holiday Plate?

We know you're busy.With Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday just around the corner, let friends and clients know what you're doing the rest of the year. And … [read more]

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arantza — I agree. My best discovery is Oh my Son CD. And Marcos Galvany is .......great! … [read more]
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Anonymous — This piece is highly partisan and sorely lacking in balance and objectivity. Why is it being published in a neighborhood newspaper? … [read more]
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