Women in Journalism

 Pam Stevens has been trolling around Cleveland for a few weeks checking the scene for the GOP Convention where she’ll be handling the … [read more]

Georgetown Galleries Spring Art Walk May 13

Come out to Book Hill in Georgetown on Friday, May 13, from 6:00-8:00 pm for the Georgetown Galleries' Spring Art Walk!  Seven galleries … [read more]

Georgetown Garden Tour May 7th

The annual Georgetown Garden Tour consisting of nine beautiful private gardens takes place on Saturday, May 7, 2016 from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm.  … [read more]

Katherine's Diet Tip #5: Kids in the Kitchen For...

Follow me in The Georgetown Dish every Monday with proven strategies to lose weight, improve your health or just increase your knowledge about … [read more]

Journey Interrupted

“My mother and father had come from Germany to America; my father first, then he went back to marry my mother and bring her here where he was … [read more]

Accelerando Summer Music Camp

Études Piano Studio (1616 Wisconsin Ave NW, Second floor) will be hosting Accelerando Music Camp this summer from July 18-August 12, … [read more]

Katherine's Diet Tip #5: Kids in the Kitchen For Mom's Day

Follow me in The Georgetown Dish every Monday with proven strategies to lose weight, improve your health or just increase your knowledge about nutrition. Through spring, we'll be losing weight … [read more]

ISO: A Desert Island

Earthquakes, disputed convention rules, refugees, and ongoing turmoil in the Middle East:  It’s enough to make you stick your head in the sand, or, on second thought, since that … [read more]

Runaway Spoon

by Janet Staihar

Promise Night Takes Center Stage

Basketball great and Hall of Framer Earvin “Magic” Johnson, in accepting a Promise of America award at Howard Theater Wednesday night,  marveled that he was in the company of … [read more]

A La Carte

by Judith Beermann

Georgetowners Kick Off House Tour in Style

The annual spring tradition of peeking into 10 amazing historic homes, the Georgetown House Tour, kicked off Wednesday evening with a lavish Patron’s Party at the home of Bill … [read more]

Hollywood on the Potomac

by Janet Donovan

Women in Journalism

 Pam Stevens has been trolling around Cleveland for a few weeks checking the scene for the GOP Convention where she’ll be handling the media since taking a short leave of absence from her … [read more]

Georgetown Current

by The Georgetown Current

Viewpoint: Is Modern Architecture Right for Georgetown?

ViewpointBy Ray KukulskiCurrently, three new buildings are proposed at the southwest and southeast entrances of our historic village. As you can see in the accompanying renderings, these buildings do … [read more]

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Speakers Table

by Guest Plate

Filmfest DC Celebrates 30 Years

Written by Lou Cannon, Feature Writer for The Current Newspapers.  Filmfest DC is celebrating its 30th anniversary this spring, making it the oldest international film festival in Washington, … [read more]

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