The Dish Turns Ten at Brasserie Liberté

A perfect venue for a splendid reunion: Georgetown's newest, hottest, coziest Brasserie Liberté!  Hakan Ilhan and his stellar … [read more]

'Pipeline' at Studio Theatre – Brilliant,...

Pipeline is a brilliant play by Dominique Morisseau superbly directed at Studio Theatre by Awoye Timpo.  It is the story about the school to … [read more]

Celebrating Ambassador Esther Coopersmith's 90th...

“Esther, thank you for being an agent for peace among your friends and also for bringing people together globally whether it’s at the … [read more]

Faith Hope Love Gala January 25, 2020

William Pennington has miraculously lived with pancreatic cancer for four years, when the usual survival time is only a few months. That is why … [read more]

Hope to Hope Town: Part One

‘It seems the guest house we were going to stay in might be uninhabitable,’ my friend Brid said, calling me in early December.I put him on … [read more]

CAG Meeting on Homeless Jan. 22

On Wednesday, January 22nd, the Citizens Association of Georgetown will kick off its 2020 community meeting series with a focus on people living … [read more]

A La Carte

by Judith Beermann

The Dish Turns Ten at Brasserie Liberté

A perfect venue for a splendid reunion: Georgetown's newest, hottest, coziest Brasserie Liberté!  Hakan Ilhan and his stellar culinary team graciously hosted The Georgetown … [read more]

Hollywood on the Potomac

by Janet Donovan

Celebrating Ambassador Esther Coopersmith's 90th Birthday

“Esther, thank you for being an agent for peace among your friends and also for bringing people together globally whether it’s at the United Nations or UNESCO. She has an encyclopedic … [read more]

Digging In

by Fondue Pot

Jack Evans Resigns From D.C. Council

The D.C. Council’s longest serving member, Jack Evans resigned from office on Tuesday. The Council was expected to vote to expel him on January 21, 2020 over revelations that he had … [read more]

Culinary Journeys

by Fatema Sachak

Cacti, UFOs, Malls: What Does Arizona Have to Offer?

The desert state of Arizona known for rattlesnakes, cacti and red mountains, is a vast and magnificent place. From haunted copper mining towns, UFO sightings, 40 acre monumental shopping malls and of … [read more]

Speakers Table

by Guest Plate

Christmas In Venice

Written by Guest Contributor, Marcos Galvany Christmas is always a time for reflection, togetherness, family, and friends, but for those who have lost someone very close to them, it’s also … [read more]

Runaway Spoon

by Janet Staihar

A Stab at Civility

The juxtaposition was head-spinning. Or cringe-worthy. Lara Trump(the President’s daughter-in-law via Eric) said one of the power women she respected most is House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. That … [read more]

Community Palette

by Peter Rosenstein

'Pipeline' at Studio Theatre – Brilliant, Riveting, Important

Pipeline is a brilliant play by Dominique Morisseau superbly directed at Studio Theatre by Awoye Timpo.  It is the story about the school to prison pipeline that impacts so many children in high … [read more]

Hope to Hope Town: Part One

‘It seems the guest house we were going to stay in might be uninhabitable,’ my friend Brid said, calling me in early December.I put him on speaker and opened the two pictures he sent me.In … [read more]

It's Steaming

by Hot Dish

Artists & Fleas Coming to Georgetown

Artists & Fleas is coming to Georgetown this spring in the150-year old building formerly occupied by Dean & Deluca which closed last August. Launched in Williamsburg, Brooklyn 15 years … [read more]

Page's Turn

by Page Evans

Fun is Better Than Perfect

The girls had just finished putting the finishing touches on their gingerbread house when disaster struck. The white frosting must have lacked the necessary adhesive. I’d love to say I left out … [read more]

Rothman At-Large

by David H. Rothman

A Billionaire Ban? No. Tougher Regs and More Taxes? Yes.

Billionaires are not always the most lovable people. Remember the Silicon Valley venture capitalist who said wealthy Americas were victims of persecution, just like Jews in Nazi … [read more]

Create and Curate

by Kristen Coffield

Host Like a Pro

How To Host The Best Parties My life has always been about hospitality. Decades of experience as a caterer, event planner, lifestyle consultant, and undaunted hostess taught me how to create epic … [read more]

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Anonymous — This article is outstandingly descriptive and evocative. Constance Chatfield Taylor is a beautiful writer who transports us with her outstanding … [read more]
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Tricia Huntley — Ben’s work is superb and he was an exceptional speaker. A delightful guest. … [read more]
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Deborah Dean — This is a very sad turn of events. There are many stories of people getting help from Jack Evans because they knew him but I have never heard a … [read more]
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