C&O Canal

(Photo by: Judith Beermann) DC Mayor Muriel Bowser Several hundred community leaders, residents and visitors gathered Wednesday to gongoozle at Lock 4 on Thomas Jefferson Street. Thank Joe...
By Mark LiebermanCurrent Staff WriterPalisades resident Henry Wigglesworth stumbled upon a “Parkrun” during a family vacation in Nottingham, England, last summer and decided to enter the...
By Graham VyseCurrent Staff WriterPreliminary plans for a new dock on the C&O Canal earned the enthusiastic support of the Georgetown advisory neighborhood commission last week, but the Old...
(Photo by: Judith Beermann) Former DC Mayor Tony Williams Wednesday evening marked the official launch of Georgetown Heritage, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting and presenting the...
Long-time Georgetown residents will appreciate that il Canale owner Joe Farruggio is paying homage to the old Cannon’s Fish Market on 31st Street by keeping the historic sign with a few updated...
By Katie PearceCurrent Staff WriterA major sewage spill last week continues to impact the D.C. stretch of the Capital Crescent Trail, as the city works on cleanup efforts.Last Wednesday’s spill...
They say absence makes the heart go fonder. That is certainly true for me… after almost three weeks on the road, with 12 hours here and there in DC, I got back last night for what is going to...
There’s  a hollow in a crooked old tree on the C&O Canal towpath off 31st Street in Georgetown that’s becoming a showcase for cute stuff purposely put there.Just a few days ago,...
As of last Friday, Georgetown welcomed The Capella, Washington, D.C., a luxury hotel with 49 guest rooms and suites, dining overlooking the C&O Canal, an executive boardroom, and a rooftop pool...
If the world can be reduced to 100 things, New York to 50, we can tell the story of Georgetown in 10. (Photo by: wikipedia.org) Georgetown Waterfront, 1862 The British Museum undertook an...