Avoid Tangling With Georgetown Halloween Traffic

On Halloween, Friday, October 31, 2014, beginning at 4:00 pm until 6:00 am Saturday, November 1, 2014, parking will be restricted on the following … [read more]

'The Art of Discovery'

“The whole point of it is to really give you celebrities, actors unwrapped,” CEO of The Creative Coalition (TCC) Robin Bronk told … [read more]

Georgetown Friend Raiser to Save the C&O Canal

Wednesday evening marked the official launch of Georgetown Heritage, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting and presenting the history of … [read more]

Bill Clinton Strikes the Right Note at HRC Dinner

Over the years it has become harder for the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) to top their previous national dinners with both entertainment and a keynote … [read more]

Local Graffiti Artist Debuts in Georgetown for FAD

By Kat LuceroCurrent Staff WriterLocal artist Kelly Towles likes to root for the underdog.So when he thought about a subject for a Georgetown public … [read more]

EastBanc Technologies Moves to Historic Georgetown...

 The newly renovated historic Georgetown Post Office has a new tenant. After a year of restorations, the Georgetown branch of the historic U.S. … [read more]

Hollywood on the Potomac

by Janet Donovan

'The Art of Discovery'

“The whole point of it is to really give you celebrities, actors unwrapped,” CEO of The Creative Coalition (TCC) Robin Bronk told Hollywood on the Potomac at a book party for “The … [read more]

Community Palette

by Peter Rosenstein

Bill Clinton Strikes the Right Note at HRC Dinner

Over the years it has become harder for the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) to top their previous national dinners with both entertainment and a keynote speaker. But last Saturday evening they did just … [read more]

On The Look Out

by Watched Pot

EastBanc Technologies Moves to Historic Georgetown Post Office

 The newly renovated historic Georgetown Post Office has a new tenant. After a year of restorations, the Georgetown branch of the historic U.S. Post Office building at 1215 31st Street, NW is … [read more]

Digging In

by Fondue Pot

The Perfect Georgetown House

Beautifully decorated and renovated, with four bedrooms (three upstairs and one on the lower level), three full baths, and a garden directly across from Montrose Park, it's the perfect … [read more]

It's Steaming

by Hot Dish

Cin Cin To Italy

A prime promoter of Italian culture in D.C., Pino Cicala, was honored at The National Italian American Foundation’s 39th anniversary awards gala Saturday night, attended by Italian … [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]

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]

A La Carte

by Judith Beermann

Georgetown Friend Raiser to Save the C&O Canal

Wednesday evening marked the official launch of Georgetown Heritage, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting and presenting the history of Georgetown. First order of business-- raising … [read more]

Georgetown Current

by The Georgetown Current

Local Graffiti Artist Debuts in Georgetown for FAD

By Kat LuceroCurrent Staff WriterLocal artist Kelly Towles likes to root for the underdog.So when he thought about a subject for a Georgetown public art project highlighting the C&O Canal, mules … [read more]

King Cake

by Ada Polla

Unleash The Power Within

In the last three days I have walked on coals; seen a woman have an orgasm in public (fully clothed); had dance parties at 8:30 am and 8:30 pm on the same day (and 8 times in between); learned what … [read more]

Visual Currency

by Oliver Devine

Georgetown Honors Jack and Michele Evans at CAG Gala

As Citizens Association of Georgetown (CAG) President, Pamla Moore announced, "Everyone in the room can look around at someone whose life has been touched by the Evans'." D.C. … [read more]

Runaway Spoon

by Janet Staihar

Presidential Socks -- But Not Clinton's Cat

$3,000 for a 90-year-old man's dirty red socks??  Well, it was for a good cause.  Former President George H.W. Bush wore the socks when he skydived from a plane on his 90th … [read more]

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Anonymous — Im not sure how building a new boat and pulling tourists up and down saves the canal. Please, as residents and business owners, address the trash … [read more]
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james harkless — I visited the Georgetown Custom House in 1965 when I was Special Assistant to the Commissioner of Customs at headquarters on 21st and K streets NW.... … [read more]
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David P. DeVito — Donations are still rolling in, and typically continue until 31 December. Every dollar and every hour donated to assist the cause is a help! … [read more]
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Peter d. Rosenstein — Bringing a focus to this is a success in itself. WWH is doing a great and needed job for our community. … [read more]
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Anonymous — Wow! Don Blanchon is lookin' healthy. They missed their goal by 40%! Is that a success? … [read more]
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