Insiders Support Catania at Fundraiser

Some two-thousand dollars was raised Sunday night during a fundraiser for mayoral independent candidate David Catania, who reiterated that he … [read more]

An Interview With Phil Mendelson, Chairman, DC City...

Phil Mendelson is the accidental Council Chairman.  His straight-forward, hard-working, low-key approach to politics led his Council colleagues … [read more]

Chateau Coutet

After a wedding weekend in Bordeaux where my youngest sister Roxane was married on Saturday, I come home to Geneva to my sister’s apartment and … [read more]

Why I Support Muriel Bowser for Mayor

As an out and proud gay man, the choice to support someone other than the gay man running for D.C. mayor was not a decision made lightly. It was, … [read more]

Georgetown Breaks Ground on Thompson Athletics Center

Standing on the site where a building will be built bearing his name, former Georgetown University Head Men’s Basketball Coach John Thompson Jr. … [read more]

Kitty Kelley Hosts Friends of Book Hill Park Benefit...

Bestselling investigative biographer and Georgetown resident, Kitty Kelley will join Friends of Book Hill Park to host a benefit event September 18 to … [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]

Community Palette

by Peter Rosenstein

Why I Support Muriel Bowser for Mayor

As an out and proud gay man, the choice to support someone other than the gay man running for D.C. mayor was not a decision made lightly. It was, however, made easier because of the many values shared … [read more]

Spread The Word

by Butter Dish

Georgetown Breaks Ground on Thompson Athletics Center

Standing on the site where a building will be built bearing his name, former Georgetown University Head Men’s Basketball Coach John Thompson Jr. was joined by family, friends and many former … [read more]

Page's Turn

by Page Evans

Confessions of a Form-a-Phobic

The email comes in with an attachment for me to fill out and send back. Simple enough.But the request to “fill out the form” fills me with dread. Seriously, I moan to myself, I have to … [read more]

Georgetown Current

by The Georgetown Current

Additions to Mansion Spark Continued Battle

By Elizabeth WienerCurrent Staff WriterThe battle over Katharine Graham’s former mansion is down to two combatants. But neither Mark Ein, prominent venture capitalist and owner of the Washington … [read more]

Stir It Up

by Mixing Bowl

Tari Reopens as a Pop-Up

"We love our new space, "says Sara Mokhtari. Having recently sold her Georgetown building, she had been actively looking for a new a pop-up location nearby. In less than a week, this savvy … [read more]

Born To Be Wild

It has been a wild summer.  I don’t just mean world news, which I have assiduously avoided because it’s been so grim.  I mean that it has been a fantastic summer for … [read more]

Digging In

by Fondue Pot

Insiders Support Catania at Fundraiser

Some two-thousand dollars was raised Sunday night during a fundraiser for mayoral independent candidate David Catania, who reiterated that he has closed the initial gap of 33 points to a doable … [read more]

King Cake

by Ada Polla

Chateau Coutet

After a wedding weekend in Bordeaux where my youngest sister Roxane was married on Saturday, I come home to Geneva to my sister’s apartment and what is on TV but a documentary about … [read more]

Hollywood on the Potomac

by Janet Donovan

Sneaker Ball XI

"I’m wearing Ruthie Davis shoes,” said guest Harriet Fowler – one out of 400 attending the SneakerBall XI at The National Building Museum.  “They’re … [read more]

A La Carte

by Judith Beermann

Join the Crowd at Georgetown Piano Bar

"Washingtonians like to get involved,"says Bill Thoet, one of the partners of the city's latest music venue, Georgetown Piano Bar opening this Friday, September 12th. Promising … [read more]

Amuse Bouche

by Tasting Spoon

Filmmaker Paul Greengrass, Turki Aldakhil & Reema Khan To Be Honored

America Abroad Media (AAM) will honor Oscar-nominated director Paul Greengrass, Saudi journalist Turki Aldakhil and Pakistani film personality Reema Khan and others at its 2nd annual Awards … [read more]

It's Steaming

by Hot Dish

Rent the Runway Comes to Georgetown

EastBanc, Inc. and Jamestown announced Monday that Rent the Runway, the women’s online service offering designer dresses, gowns and accessories on a rental basis, has signed a ten-year lease in … [read more]

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