Real Black Hawk Down

“I was a ranger – one of the assault guys,” Keni Thomas told Hollywood on the Potomac at the world premiere of National … [read more]

From Empty Nest to Messy Nest

It’s funny how quickly things change. Take my sadness over my girls’ dual departures for boarding school and college last fall. We went … [read more]

Happy Bicentennial Tudor Place!

Happy Birthday, America, and Happy Birthday, Tudor Place! On July 2, from 1:00-4:00 pm, Tudor Place is hosting a special event in honor of its … [read more]

Waterfront Eyed for Bike Upgrades

By Mark LiebermanCurrent Staff WriterThe roadway and sidewalks adjacent to the Georgetown Waterfront Park are slated for various safety, accessibility … [read more]

The Shade Store Comes to Cady's Alley

EastBanc, Inc. and Jamestown LP have announced that The Shade Store, a leading resource for custom  window treatments, has signed a 10-year lease … [read more]

AFI Film Fest

“In 1973, the U.S. Supreme Court decision in Roe v. Wade gave every woman the right to have an abortion. Since 2011, more than half the states … [read more]

Page's Turn

by Page Evans

From Empty Nest to Messy Nest

It’s funny how quickly things change. Take my sadness over my girls’ dual departures for boarding school and college last fall. We went from a bustling household of homework, free flowing … [read more]

Speakers Table

by Guest Plate

The Shade Store Comes to Cady's Alley

EastBanc, Inc. and Jamestown LP have announced that The Shade Store, a leading resource for custom  window treatments, has signed a 10-year lease to occupy the retail space at 3324 M Street in … [read more]

A La Carte

by Judith Beermann

Counting Happy Customers Not Stems at UltraViolet

I wanted to see for myself how Fabio Ripoli designs the most exquisite and unique arrangements. He's been doing this now at the shop he owns at 123131st Street for close to 10 years, and every … [read more]

Community Palette

by Peter Rosenstein

Through Our Tears the Fight for Equality and Gun Control Goes On

Saturday night in Washington, DC we celebrated with a hundred thousand members of the LGBT community and our allies; mothers, fathers, sisters and brothers; children and adults of every gender, race, … [read more]

Rothman At-Large

by David H. Rothman

The Orlando Massacre: How Books & Tech-Era Empathy Building Might Have Saved 49 Lives

The Donald was predictable in the wake of the Orlando horrors, when 49 people died and 53 were wounded in the worst mass shooting in U.S. history. He tweeted: Donald J. … [read more]

Hollywood on the Potomac

by Janet Donovan

Real Black Hawk Down

“I was a ranger – one of the assault guys,” Keni Thomas told Hollywood on the Potomac at the world premiere of National Geographic’s series “No Man Left Behind” and … [read more]

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Georgetown Current

by The Georgetown Current

Waterfront Eyed for Bike Upgrades

By Mark LiebermanCurrent Staff WriterThe roadway and sidewalks adjacent to the Georgetown Waterfront Park are slated for various safety, accessibility and aesthetic upgrades over the next few years, … [read more]

A Peaches & Cream Surprise

There's nothing as delicious as fresh, juicy peaches in season. Take a bite, the sweet juice runs down your arm...I have a new peach recipe you'll love. Surprise: It's made with Greek … [read more]

On The Look Out

by Watched Pot

GU Releases Draft 20-Year Campus Plan for Public Comment

The Georgetown Community Partnership (GCP), comprised of student leaders and university administrators, released a draft of the 2017-2036 Campus Plan on June 6 for public comment. The Plan will … [read more]

What's Hot

by Pepper Pot

Georgetown Launches ParasolShare

Georgetown loves its shoppers. ParasolShare is a new summer pilot program starting June 17 from the Georgetown Business Improvement District (BID) to help visitors “Shop Georgetown, (and) … [read more]

Runaway Spoon

by Janet Staihar

A Slice of Watergate History

With the reopening of the Watergate Hotel, my mind skipped back to The Associated Press and a job three of us did after the fateful break-in at the Watergate Office Building. Our teletype … [read more]

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