FroYo, Why Have You Forsaken Us?

Photo by M.V. Jantzen.

Of all the things GM has written about over the years, the topic that he is most proud about shining a light upon is the pernicious Dessert Deserts in Georgetown. These a places where you may have to walk up to two whole blocks to get to a frozen food purveyor. But what GM only recently realized is that focusing only on the availability of all frozen foods, he failed to recognize that as of right now no frozen yogurt shops exist in Georgetown.

There was a time when there were five different shops selling frozen yogurt: Ice Berry, the other Ice Berry on Wisconsin, Sweet Green, Pinkberry, and Sweet Frog. With the recent closure of Pinkberry, now all of these shops are either gone or have stopped selling frozen yogurt. Continue reading

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C & O Canal

C & O Canal

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Alley Kids

Starting next week you can get wrapped up in two different fictional stories of Georgetown kids living in alleys.

The first is a play at the City Kids Theater (the childrens theater arm of the National Conservatory of Dramatic Arts) called “Cashell Alley Kids Kick it Old School”. It’s the story of a group of kids trying to pull together a history report on their neighborhood without the aid of the internet (the power went out). It was written by Raya Kenney, the young woman who is responsible for the alley being named Cashell Alley, which backs up to the Lutheran Church, where the production takes place. Continue reading

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3000 block of R St.

3000 block of R St.

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