VSA Presents Inclusive Design & Technology at...

The Office of VSA and Accessibility presents "Artful Innovation: Inclusive Design and Technology," an exhibition at Hall of States in the … [read more]

'Dunkirk'

“Dunkirk is an example of real people reacting to a real crisis, one where their whole country could have been lost and they responded. This is … [read more]

Tudor Place Garden Tours

Tudor Place is hosting guided garden tours on the fourth Friday of the month through October from 10:30-11:30 am.  History and horticulture meet … [read more]

'Objects of Wonder' at National Museum of...

Stay cool this summer by checking out one of the many fascinating exhibitions on our National Mall. The Natural Museum of Natural History is … [read more]

Tomato-Lover Recipe: Greek Salad with Heirloom Tomatoes

I'm in tomato heaven! Tomatoes are my favorite vegetable (maybe because they're actually a fruit!). It all started with my Grandmother. She … [read more]

WFP and PreFab Partners Launch Innovative Homes

Washington Fine Properties (WFP) and real estate development company Prefab Partners, founded by Steve Salis and John W. Thompson, have announced … [read more]

Tomato-Lover Recipe: Greek Salad with Heirloom Tomatoes

I'm in tomato heaven! Tomatoes are my favorite vegetable (maybe because they're actually a fruit!). It all started with my Grandmother. She would plant dozens - or it seemed like dozens to a … [read more]

Amuse Bouche

by Tasting Spoon

WFP and PreFab Partners Launch Innovative Homes

Washington Fine Properties (WFP) and real estate development company Prefab Partners, founded by Steve Salis and John W. Thompson, have announced the launch of two innovative homes in the … [read more]

Spread The Word

by Butter Dish

Watergate Hotel's 50th Anniversary Dinner Salutes Jean-Louis Palladin

The Watergate Hotel's Executive Chef Michael Santoro has convened locally and nationally revered chefs Michael Laiskonis, Paul Liebrandt, Brian McBride and Robert Wiedmaier to salute … [read more]

Speakers Table

by Guest Plate

GU Animal Study Finds High-Fat Diet in Pregnancy Affects Generations

Researchers at Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center report that feeding pregnant female mice a diet high in fat derived from common corn oil resulted in genetic changes that substantially … [read more]

On The Look Out

by Watched Pot

Key Bridge Lane Closures

The District Department of Transportation (DDOT) has temporarily closed single lanes on the Francis Scott Key Bridge southbound (toward Rosslyn) and northbound (toward Georgetown) effective July 7, … [read more]

Rothman At-Large

by David H. Rothman

Gun Control Could Save GOP Politicians’ Lives Too

After the neo-Nazi Richard Spencer got punched in the face, many of my fellow progressives laughed.Wrong. Our tolerance of political violence should be zero. I join millions of Democrats and … [read more]

Runaway Spoon

by Janet Staihar

Il Canale Only DC Restaurant Ever To Win Honor from Italian Experts

il Canale, Georgetown is the only D.C. restaurant ever to receive the top culinary honor from the Italy-America Chamber of Commerce and the National Institute of Tourism. “…we … [read more]

Community Palette

by Peter Rosenstein

'School for Lies:' a Kahn/Ives Collaboration, a Laugh a Second

There can be no better evening in the theater than when you can watch a Michael Kahn/David Ives collaboration. They have gotten together before with productions of The Liar, The … [read more]

Hollywood on the Potomac

by Janet Donovan

'Dunkirk'

“Dunkirk is an example of real people reacting to a real crisis, one where their whole country could have been lost and they responded. This is heroism above and beyond and I can’t wait to … [read more]

Visual Currency

by Oliver Devine

It's Washington Kastles Season

The Washington Kastles are in the midst of their exciting two-week season that starts after Wimbleton as a warm-up for the professional tennis players for the U.S. Open. This year has added intrigue … [read more]

Georgetown Current

by The Georgetown Current

Dumbarton Oaks Closes Gardens for Pipe Project

By Alexa PerlmutterCurrent CorrespondentThe formal gardens of Dumbarton Oaks — acquired by Harvard University in 1940 — are currently undergoing stormwater remediation efforts and will be … [read more]

It's Steaming

by Hot Dish

Rosewood Hotel Partners with Politics and Prose

Celebrate summer reading at Rosewood Washington D.C., the luxurious urban retreat along the C&O Canal. has teamed This landmark Georgetown hotel has teamed up with Politics and … [read more]

A La Carte

by Judith Beermann

Karin Tanabe's 'The Diplomat's Daughter'

Think you’ve read every possible tale of love, shattered lives, and the atrocities of World War II? Think again. In her fourth novel, The Diplomat’s Daughter, Karin Tanabe introduces … [read more]

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Judith Beermann — Hi Maureen, As mentioned in the listing, classes are from 10:00 to 11:00 am Sunday mornings. Thanks for your interest! Judith … [read more]
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Katherine Tallmadge — Interesting study., but incomplete conclusion. It is widely understood in nutrition science that the TYPE of fat trumps everything. Corn oil … [read more]
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