Outdoor Exhibit at The REACH

Now through February 28, 2021, the Kennedy Center is reaching out around the globe to ask one question: in this period of unprecedented world … [read more]

BID Seeks to Widen Georgetown Sidewalks

As reported by the Washington Business Journal, the Georgetown Business Improvement District (BID) seeks permission to install 5,000 linear feet of … [read more]

The Phillips Collection Celebrates Centennial

In 2021, The Phillips Collection, America’s first museum of modern art, celebrates its centennial with an exhibtion running February 20 through … [read more]

'For There is Always Light'

With the exception of invited guests and an extraordinary military force, Washingtonians, the country and the world watched the Biden Harris … [read more]

Second Term For Our Marriage

Unlike President Trump, our marriage is getting a second term. But like the past four years, it hasn’t been without its challenges, particularly … [read more]

Light at the End of the Tunnel

Distribution of the coronavirus vaccine is seen by most around the world as the light at the end of the tunnel. Being over 65 allowed me to register … [read more]

Digging In

by Fondue Pot

BID Seeks to Widen Georgetown Sidewalks

As reported by the Washington Business Journal, the Georgetown Business Improvement District (BID) seeks permission to install 5,000 linear feet of deck panels expanding the sidewalks along M Street … [read more]

A La Carte

by Judith Beermann

'For There is Always Light'

With the exception of invited guests and an extraordinary military force, Washingtonians, the country and the world watched the Biden Harris Inauguration TOGETHER, albeit virtually. Thank you, JCCIC … [read more]

Community Palette

by Peter Rosenstein

Light at the End of the Tunnel

Distribution of the coronavirus vaccine is seen by most around the world as the light at the end of the tunnel. Being over 65 allowed me to register in DC to receive my first shot of the Moderna … [read more]

Gravy Boat

by So Saucy

More Than 20 Georgetown Alums Serving in 117th Congress

Georgetown University continues its long legacy of alumni serving the public as more than 20 will be sworn into the 117th U.S. Congress the first week in January.  With two alumni … [read more]

It's Steaming

by Hot Dish

Sandlot Northwest Plans Outdoor Bar for Georgetown

Suite Nation will be bringing the Sandlot brand to Georgetown next year. The former site of a gas station at 2715 Pennsylvania Avenue NW (across from Four Seasons Hotel) is slated to become an outdoor … [read more]

Daily Roast

by Espresso Cup

Addison/Ripley Welcomes Jackie Battenfield and Cindy Qiao

Addison/Ripley Fine Art is pleased to welcome visitors to the gallery as they mount their December exhibition. They will be offering gallery visits by appointment for you, your family or your pod, at … [read more]

Speakers Table

by Guest Plate

Visit DC Parks? There's an App for That!

Download the free DC Area National Parks App in the Apple and Google Play stores to find, explore and learn about parks in our … [read more]

Page's Turn

by Page Evans

Second Term For Our Marriage

Unlike President Trump, our marriage is getting a second term. But like the past four years, it hasn’t been without its challenges, particularly when it comes to politics. I’m a moderate … [read more]

Hollywood on the Potomac

by Janet Donovan

Art for the Soul

“We’re going to launch the night with a challenge for 2021. Why don’t all of us who make our living and livelihood from the arts, make it our mission to promote, protect, and defend … [read more]

Get There Now

by Blue Plate

Outdoor Winter Art at Georgetown's Washington Harbour

Creative design and marketing firm Streetsense has partnered with multimedia studio Creative JunkFood to design the new light art installation Winter Wonderlights, now on display at Georgetown’s … [read more]

Create and Curate

by Kristen Coffield

Guard Your Gut For Better Health

There is nothing better than waking up after a good night's sleep -- refreshed and excited for a new day. I woke up on January 1st, refreshed, having had a good night’s sleep, excited for a … [read more]

In The Know

by The Scoop

Georgetown Suites Hotel to be Converted to Apartments

A Bethesda company has acquired the Georgetown Suites hotel, according to the Washington Business Journal. Work has begun to turn 224 rooms into apartments, which will make it one of the largest … [read more]

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