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You Are What You Earn?

Recently, the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce released some findings about what new graduates could expect to earn. The results are interesting and may well speak to where the workforce will head if left to...Show More Summary

Stained Flowers

Observed at the corner of Q and 31 Streets, Georgetown, D.C.:

Teal, Dark

Observed on P Street, between 26th and 27th Streets, Georgetown, D.C.:

Robert Martin, lawyer who was a founder of D.C. jazz club, dies at 88

Robert Martin, a lawyer specializing in defense industry matters who was an adviser to Democratic presidential campaigns and a founder of Charlie’s Georgetown, a Washington jazz club, died June 23 at his home in Orlando. He was 88.Read full article >>


AN EXCELLENT PIECE IN THE GEORGETOWN LAW JOURNAL BY JUDGE ALEX KOZINSKI: Criminal Law 2.0. I should note that he cites my Ham Sandwich Nation piece, along with Michael Cottone’s really excellent Rethinking Presumed Knowledge of the Law in the Regulatory Age.

“Judge Kozinski: Time to Rein in Prosecutors”

“In the latest issue of Georgetown Law Journal, Judge Alex Kozinski of the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals turns a critical gaze toward America’s criminal justice system. …one of [the essay’s] major themes is prosecutorial advantage,...Show More Summary

Theatre - Coming to See Aunt Sophie

30 Jul-23 Aug Directed by Moira Blumenthal, Coming to See Aunt Sophie is set in 1978, when Georgetown University professor Jan Karski recounts his harrowing...

Get the Dish: Georgetown Cupcake's Red Velvet Cupcakes

Something about red velvet cupcakes is simply magical; especially when they're made with Georgetown Cupcake's top-notch recipe. Watch the video to learn the beloved bakery's secrets to creating these crave-worthy cupcakes, then put on...Show More Summary

How to Make Smart Growth More Lovable and Sustainable

While on my way to a dental appointment last week -- not my favorite activity, truth be told -- I had the distinct pleasure of walking through Georgetown, Washington's oldest neighborhood and one of its most lovely. As I ambled through...Show More Summary

‘The Julia Child House’ in Georgetown can be yours for $1.1 Million

The first home that famed American chef Julia Child ever owned — a four-bedroom in Georgetown — is on the market for $1.1 million. Known locally as the “Julia Child House,” the 150-year-old wooden home on Olive Street was built in 1870 by African American carpenter Edgar Murphy. Child and her husband, Paul, whom she met […]

Macy Foundation President's Grant Supports Refugee Health Education at Georgetown

The Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation has awarded a President's Grant to Georgetown family medicine physician Ranit Mishori, MD, MHS, FAAFP, to create a comprehensive curriculum to educate health professions students, residents and clinicians about the health needs of immigrants, migrants, torture survivors, asylum seekers and refugees.

Greg Monroe & Arron Afflalo to the Knicks? They Can Do Better

5 days agoSports : The Big Lead

Greg Monroe spent five solid years in Detroit after starring at Georgetown, but didn’t quite fit in with the Pistons, especially (...)

Climate Change Advisory Panel Recommends Changing Parts of South Park and Georgetown to Prepare for Sea-Level Rise

6 days agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

What will sea-level rise mean for low-lying Seattle neighborhoods? And how will the city protect them? LehaKoK / Affordable housing, density, and urban mobility are perhaps the most pressing issues in Seattle today. The debates are drawing clashing views on growth, and sometimes even tears. Show More Summary

Georgetown-set ‘St. Elmo’s Fire’ turns 30

“St. Elmo’s Fire,” the movie that helped launch the tribe of actors who dominated 1980s films as the “Brat Pack” — and forever cemented Georgetown bar The Tombs in popular culture — celebrated its 30th birthday last weekend. The flick featured a group of former Georgetown classmates navigating post-graduation life, and the titular “St. Elmo’s” […]

A Former Obama Administration Adviser Actually Said That Gay Marriage Can Help Defeat ISIS

Of all the bizarre commentary that followed Friday’s Supreme Court decision creating a constitutional right to same-sex marriage, this piece is beyond parody. Rosa Brooks, a Georgetown University law professor, former counselor to the...Show More Summary

10 Instagrams To Celebrate Crown Prince Hussein's Birthday

Happy Birthday Prince Hussein! Jordan's Crown Prince, the eldest son of King Abdullah II and Queen Rania, turns 21 on Sunday. Hussein is currently enrolled at Georgetown University, and like any other millennial, the prince keeps a lively...Show More Summary

gE Blog Series: globalEDGE Book Series Part 3 - The Travels of a T-Shirt in the Global Economy

In her novel The Travels of a T-Shirt in the Global Economy, author and Georgetown University professor of international economics Pietra Rivoli researches and follows the lifespan of a simple commodity - a t-shirt - across the world,...Show More Summary

Peak inside the most expensive condo on the market in D.C.

As soon as you step into this luxurious penthouse at the Ritz-Carlton Residences in Georgetown, the views draw you outside onto what is probably the largest outdoor residential terrace in the city.Glance to your right, and you’ll see the spires of Georgetown University and Washington National Cathedral. Show More Summary

Why next year's NBA Draft could change completely

Georgetown guard D'Vauntes Smith-Rivera emerged as one of the Hoyas' most dangerous threats on offense during both his sophomore and junior seasons. He averaged 17.6 points per game as a sophomore and 16.3 points per game as a junior,...Show More Summary

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