Rush Limbaugh Attacks Katherine Tallmadge

Far-right conservatives, including Rush Limbaugh, are attacking Katherine Tallmadge for her views on fighting the obesity epidemic.After being invited … [read more]

Dedicated to Denim

"1873 was the year that “two visionary immigrants — Levi Strauss and Jacob Davis — turned denim, thread and a little metal into … [read more]

Bonhams Hosts Spring Preview at Cosmos Club

Bonhams was pleased to host their annual Spring Reception at the Cosmos Club on Sunday, April 13th. The exhibition included highlights from upcoming … [read more]

Don't Miss The Georgetown House Tour April 26

The Georgetown House Tour, celebrating its 83rd year, is Saturday, April 26th from 11:00 am to 5:00 pm.The cost per person is $50 until April 24th, … [read more]

Dock Plan Would Aid C&O Kayakers, Canoeists

By Kat LuceroCurrent Staff WriterKayaks and canoes may become common sights along Georgetown’s stretch of the C&O Canal. The Georgetown … [read more]

Mason Jar Salads: The Cure for Sad Desk Lunch

A good friend, Julia Mirabella, is a young up-and-coming attorney in town. My morning coffee group at Java House on 17th and Q Street, NW, first met … [read more]

Amuse Bouche

by Tasting Spoon

Dedicated to Denim

"1873 was the year that “two visionary immigrants — Levi Strauss and Jacob Davis — turned denim, thread and a little metal into what has become the most popular apparel on … [read more]

Georgetown Current

by The Georgetown Current

Dock Plan Would Aid C&O Kayakers, Canoeists

By Kat LuceroCurrent Staff WriterKayaks and canoes may become common sights along Georgetown’s stretch of the C&O Canal. The Georgetown Business Improvement District and the National Park … [read more]

Hollywood on the Potomac

by Janet Donovan

'The Political Party'

“After five years, John has led this group with his heart and soul—that much is obvious through his impassioned words at the Embassy of Luxembourg on Wednesday night,” said … [read more]

King Cake

by Ada Polla

Spring Has Sprung

The official arrival of spring this week threw me into a closet cleaning craze that finally ended this morning. There is nothing that I love more than an organized closet, and purging and sorting … [read more]

Barking Up the Right Tree

Another week, another snowstorm.  Probably the “latest significant snowfall in twenty years.”  Probably the “last one of the season.”  Will we really look back … [read more]

Runaway Spoon

by Janet Staihar

Night of Broadway Stars Goes to Arena; Honoring Paul Cohn, Ford's Theatre Society

For the first time, Covenant House Washington, a non-profit organization that helps homeless youth, will hold its annual gala fundraiser A Night of Broadway Stars Gala at Arena Stage and will honor … [read more]

Stir It Up

by Mixing Bowl

Gondola Across the Potomac?

The recently released Georgetown 2028 Plan includes a bold idea: connecting Georgetown's commercial district with the Rosslyn Metro station via a gondola lift which would consist of a loop cable … [read more]

Poll

Do You Favor a Gondola Across the Potomac?:

Spread The Word

by Butter Dish

Rush Limbaugh Attacks Katherine Tallmadge

Far-right conservatives, including Rush Limbaugh, are attacking Katherine Tallmadge for her views on fighting the obesity epidemic.After being invited on FOX News' Neil Cavuto's show, … [read more]

In The Know

by The Scoop

Bonhams Hosts Spring Preview at Cosmos Club

Bonhams was pleased to host their annual Spring Reception at the Cosmos Club on Sunday, April 13th. The exhibition included highlights from upcoming auctions in New York, including newly discovered … [read more]

Community Palette

by Peter Rosenstein

Mason Jar Salads: The Cure for Sad Desk Lunch

A good friend, Julia Mirabella, is a young up-and-coming attorney in town. My morning coffee group at Java House on 17th and Q Street, NW, first met Julia when she was what we dubbed a high powered … [read more]

A La Carte

by Judith Beermann

Bocce, Anyone?

Contributors, advertisers and friends of The Georgetown Dish gathered Monday at Pinstripes for an evening of cocktails and bocce ball. Thanks to the stellar team at Georgetown's fabulous new … [read more]

Digging In

by Fondue Pot

WFP Lists Sunny Georgetown Townhouse

Washington Fine Properties (WFP) is pleased to list a light-filled, tastefully renovated and flawlessly designed townhouse in the heart of Georgetown's East Village. This four-bedroom home … [read more]

Through the Grapevine

by Gregoire Poirier

Don Quixote's Grape Trail

While I usually focus on great American vineyards, the wine trade is, after all global, and like many of you, that fits well within my personal interests, too.  As they say, the world is your … [read more]

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Anonymous — Oh please. Tallmadge decided to go after a celebrity for somehow setting a bad example. She also accused Bubba Watson of being a phony, one of … [read more]
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Irwin Corey — I am solidly on the conservative side of the political spectrum. That said, it is embarrassing that a comment about the "obesity issue in this... … [read more]
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James Canning — The proposed building is not sufficiently sympathetic to the architecture of Geogetown, in my view. And ti does llok too commercial, as opposed to... … [read more]
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Bernice Rambert — Congratulations Bambi. I wish you much success. Sorry that I cannot be there to taste these delights. All the best. Bernice … [read more]
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