Georgetown House Tour Organizers Prepare for Take Off...

Wednesday evening, organizers of this year's Georgetown House Tour celebrated with sponsors and volunteers at City Tavern Club. Through … [read more]

Prominent Firm Hired for C&O Upgrades

By Mark LiebermanCurrent Staff WriterThe next phase of a project to revitalize the C&O Canal National Historical Park in Georgetown has reached a … [read more]

Hungary Seeks Center Stage

Hungary strives to be a major leading diplomatic player on the world stage, especially in the new administration of President Trump.So to that end, … [read more]

Night of Vision

Written by Guest Contributor Nick Farano The Prevention of Blindness Society of Metropolitan Washington (POB) held its Night of Vision gala at … [read more]

The Kennedy Center Celebrates Ella Fitzgerald March 24...

NSO Pops presents "Sophisticated Ladies: 100 Years of Ella & Company" at The Kennedy Center March 24 and March 25. Steven Reineke … [read more]

The Way George Condo Thinks at The Phillips Collection

The Phillips Collection presents a survey of drawings and paintings by George Condo (b. 1957, Concord, New Hampshire) through June 25th, a prolific … [read more]

A La Carte

by Judith Beermann

Georgetown House Tour Organizers Prepare for Take Off at City Tavern Club

Wednesday evening, organizers of this year's Georgetown House Tour celebrated with sponsors and volunteers at City Tavern Club. Through the generous support of private Georgetown … [read more]

Hollywood on the Potomac

by Janet Donovan

Night of Vision

Written by Guest Contributor Nick Farano The Prevention of Blindness Society of Metropolitan Washington (POB) held its Night of Vision gala at the Four Seasons in Georgetown. The theme of the … [read more]

Amuse Bouche

by Tasting Spoon

HealthyWomen Launches 'Keep the Care'

U.S. health policy is on the brink of change—and, with it, women’s healthcare faces an unparalleled threat. But the D.C.-arm of strategic communications network MSLGROUP is committed to … [read more]

It's Steaming

by Hot Dish

James Corner Field Operations Selected to Reimagine First Mile of C&O Canal National Historical Park

Georgetown Heritage has selected James Corner Field Operations, the celebrated urban design and landscape architecture firm known for New York City’s High Line, to develop the Georgetown Canal … [read more]

Rothman At-Large

by David H. Rothman

A Trump-Era Etiquette Guide

George Roper, my good friend from high school, is dead now. When alive, he was often as right-wing as they come—complete with a passionate anti-Obama blog. And yet George and I avoided … [read more]

Spread The Word

by Butter Dish

O Magazine and Talbots Partner for Dress for Success

Tuesday, February 21, The Talbots O Magazine Collection will hit stores nationwide and online. Consisting of nine easy pieces, this capsule collection can easily be mixed and matched with … [read more]

Georgetown Current

by The Georgetown Current

Prominent Firm Hired for C&O Upgrades

By Mark LiebermanCurrent Staff WriterThe next phase of a project to revitalize the C&O Canal National Historical Park in Georgetown has reached a key milestone with the selection of a nationally … [read more]

Runaway Spoon

by Janet Staihar

Hungary Seeks Center Stage

Hungary strives to be a major leading diplomatic player on the world stage, especially in the new administration of President Trump.So to that end, on Tuesday afternoon, Hungary’s Ambassador … [read more]

Blueberry Soup Fuels Bikers at The House of Sweden

On Sunday, March 19, the House of Sweden hosted the Washington Area Bicyclists Association for their 15th annual Vasa Ride. This lively WABA tribute to the renownd annual 90 K … [read more]

Community Palette

by Peter Rosenstein

Vouchers Don’t Make for Good Education

There are many good reasons for no state to support providing vouchers for private schools with public money. In the District of Columbia there is one more. The school voucher program … [read more]

Create and Curate

by Kristen Coffield

Reinventing, Organizing and Enjoying a Beautiful Life

I had a personal Tsunami of sorts, an overwhelming confluence of physical and emotional events that literally took up all the bandwidth in my life. Parents passed away, houses had to be emptied, … [read more]

The State of the Union

It’s that time of year again when the garden’s drab greens and browns are more than a little depressing.  Ornamental cabbages and pansies are tired and worn looking, and most … [read more]

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