National Park Service

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...
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...
By Katie PearceCurrent Staff WriterThe Washington National Cathedral is in the lead right now, with more than 350,000 points, while the Mount Vernon estate and Sixth & I Historic Synagogue trail...
By Katie PearceCurrent Staff WriterThe National Park Service has come up with a variety of development options for the Potomac riverfront in Georgetown, one of which could create three new boathouse...
By Alix PianinCurrent Staff WriterThe National Park Service announced last week that it has chosen a new contractor to replace the popular Jack’s Boathouse on the Georgetown waterfront, but...
By Alix PianinCurrent Staff WriterThe fate of Jack’s Boathouse, a Georgetown mainstay that has rented kayaks, canoes and rowboats on the Potomac River for nearly 70 years, is still up in the...
From Parts 1 & 2 you know the treasure that is Dumbarton Oaks Park, and how it's being restored by the National Park Service and Dumbarton Oaks Park Conservancy. (Photo by: Judith...
(Photo by: Judith Beermann) What do you think of when someone says Dumbarton Oaks Park?  If you’re familiar with Georgetown, you know there’s a beautiful Federal-style estate up on...
(Photo by: Judith Beermann) Barre3 studio manager, LeeAnne Cress Studio manager LeeAnne Cress recently gave The Georgetown Dish a tour of Barre3, the hottest new fitness studio on Georgetown's...
By Brady Holt Current Staff Writer   Long-dormant plans for new boathouses on the Georgetown waterfront will be reviewed once again next year, as the National Park Service evaluates the types...