Photo by Ehpien.
Good morning Georgetown, here’s the latest:
- Nice write up on the Georgetown 2028 report.
- Hey, did you realize that “Take Me Home Country Roads” was written at the apartment building at 31st and Q?
- The founder of the historic Georgetown Door Store passed away.
One response to “The Morning Metropolitan”
One day, in my teens, walking up the street by the Cellar Door’s side entrance, I bumped into a guy standing there, who started to talk with me. We ended up sitting on some steps in the back. Just chilin’, though I think back then we called it “groovin.” Anyway, it was John Denver. That club was dynamic. Everyone appeared there. I got in on a fake ID to see Kris Kristofferson. The stage was in the corner. There were balcony tables, too. It was smoky, dark, intimate, and the height of cool. To this day every time I pass that building I get the best vibe.