Young Georgetowner Aims to Name Alley

By Kat LuceroCurrent Staff WriterStrange odors, darting vermin, unkempt trash bins and shady activities often give public alleys an unappealing … [read more]

Electronic Recycling Event Nov. 8

The Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy Team of Washington Fine Properties is sponsoring an Electronic Recycling event on November 8, 2014 from 11:00 am … [read more]

Georgetowners Celebrate at Friends of Rose Park Benefit

The Friends of Rose Park (FRP) hosted their annual Fall Benefit at the Dodge Mansion in Georgetown's East Village Thursday night.  Dodge, … [read more]

The Bike House Rolls Out Pedal Power

They usually come to the Bloomingdale Farmers Market for the heirloom tomatoes, mouthwatering peaches and fresh French bread, but a recent Sunday saw … [read more]

Georgetown Gala at Italian Embassy to Honor Jack and...

It's not too late to get tickets! The Citizens Association of Georgetown's (CAG) annual black tie event that brings together residents, … [read more]

Art Desks at Addison Ripley Fine Art

Addison Ripley Fine Art is pleased to announce the release of Art Desks by photographer E. Brady Robinson with an essay by Andy Grundberg published by … [read more]

Main Dish

by Beth Solomon

The Bike House Rolls Out Pedal Power

They usually come to the Bloomingdale Farmers Market for the heirloom tomatoes, mouthwatering peaches and fresh French bread, but a recent Sunday saw a line of residents snake around the spinach and … [read more]

Community Palette

by Peter Rosenstein

Another Shakespeare GALA: Another Day to Remember

Sunday dawned cold and clear, a great day for the Annual Shakespeare GALA. The Gala events began with brunch at the British Ambassador’s residence. A delicious brunch buffet was served and by … [read more]

Stir It Up

by Mixing Bowl

Chef José Andrés Brings Beefsteak to GWU

World-renowned chef José Andrés will bring his first fast-casual eatery to the Foggy Bottom Campus of George Washington University in early spring 2015.Beefsteak (as in beefsteak tomato), a vegetable … [read more]

King Cake

by Ada Polla

On Intention and Productivity

A few weeks ago I had the opportunity to attend a Cadre lunch, during which Derek Coburn discussed intention and productivity. And if you know me, you know productivity is something that fascinates … [read more]

Speakers Table

by Guest Plate

An Interview With Phil Mendelson, Chairman, DC City Council

Phil Mendelson is the accidental Council Chairman.  His straight-forward, hard-working, low-key approach to politics led his Council colleagues to pick him as temporary chairman in 2012 when his … [read more]

What's Healthier: Sugar or Artificial Sweeteners?

For years, my clients have been asking me: "Is it better to eat 'sugar-free' yogurt? Or, yogurt with fruit on the bottom with all that sugar? What about sugar in my coffee? … [read more]

Visual Currency

by Oliver Devine

Georgetowners Celebrate at Friends of Rose Park Benefit

The Friends of Rose Park (FRP) hosted their annual Fall Benefit at the Dodge Mansion in Georgetown's East Village Thursday night.  Dodge, home of gracious FRP supporter Bill Dean, provided … [read more]

Georgetown Current

by The Georgetown Current

Young Georgetowner Aims to Name Alley

By Kat LuceroCurrent Staff WriterStrange odors, darting vermin, unkempt trash bins and shady activities often give public alleys an unappealing reputation. A quiet rear corridor in the Georgetown … [read more]

Hollywood on the Potomac

by Janet Donovan

It Takes a Village

“You give but little when you give of your possessions. It is when you give of yourself that you truly give.”  Khalil GibranN Street Village’s Impact Committee welcomed an … [read more]

A La Carte

by Judith Beermann

Uber's Travis Kalanick Tops Fortune's 40 Under 40 List

The Georgetown Dish was not surprised when Fortune Magazine announced its 2014 list of the 40 most influential people under 40, and Uber's CEO Travis Kalanick tied with Facebook founder Mark … [read more]

Runaway Spoon

by Janet Staihar

Points of Light To Hold Awards Dinner at Chinese Embassy

The Embassy of the People’s Republic of China in Washington, D.C., will be the stunning venue for this year’s Tribute Awards for Points of Light, the global volunteer organization inspired … [read more]

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Anonymous — So sorry we were out of town! Thank you one and all for our WONDERFUL ROSE PARK … [read more]
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Bill Dugan — Here is a great resource from Center for Science in the Public Interest's Nutrition Action Healthletter--a definitive guide for consumers on the... … [read more]
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Anonymous — Oh Joy! with the dumpsters we are often favored with "PORTA JOHNS" for the duration. … [read more]
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Anonymous — This is hilarious. Calvin and Jane Cafritz are trying to use arguments that are typically used and dismissed against their developments. This is... … [read more]
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EastGeorgetowner — Jon: yes, we are saying that. The cost of the dumpster permit should be high enough to make people think whether it's necessary or not = at … [read more]
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