A thought leadership piece ghostwritten for Give Lively CEO David DeParolesa.
A case study / testimonial about a nonprofit that successfully used Give Lively's fundraising platform.
A blog encouraging nonprofits to adopt Give Lively's fundraising platform for end-of-year giving.
A blog post encouraging adoption of Give Lively's platform for #GivingTuesday.
An article about reducing donor drop-off ghostwritten for CEO David DeParolesa.
An article promoting the adoption of Peer-to-Peer fundraising ghostwritten for CEO David DeParolesa.
A special investigative report on technology and profiling in Georgetown. The rapid recent pace of technological innovation has triggered a new era of policing, one in which crime fighting is based almost entirely on data - captured, analyzed and communicated using the latest digital tools.
VIDEO: The Georgetown Business Improvement District started using an app called GroupMe last year to connect local businesses and residents with police officers. Since then, it has become a way to warn about suspicious and criminal activity in the popular retail and residential area.
VIDEO: Some businesses in an upscale Washington, D.C. neighborhood are accused of racial profiling through a mobile app that allows shopkeepers to alert each other -- and police -- through private messaging about people acting suspiciously in their stores, reports CBS News correspondent Jeff Pegues.
The Georgetown Business Improvement District said it will take its GroupMe account offline following an August investigative report by The Georgetowner and a follow-up piece by the Washington Post that identified a man who was wrongfully arrested because he resembled a known thief flagged by users of GroupMe.
Years & Years' Olly Alexander talks about being an openly gay pop star, winning the "Sound of 2015" poll, and what his band's new album title means.
Kiesza is on fire. After conquering the U.K. and YouTube with her single "Hideaway," the red-haired musician is experiencing fame for the first time. At MTV's Video Music Awards this year, she says, "Katy Perry walked into a room, recognized me and came over to talk to me.
Fashion is the Mashburn family business, and it just keeps growing, as evidenced by the brand's new store in Georgetown. Husband-and-wife team Sid and Ann are behind the operation, and they bring every bit of their background - his in retail, hers in writing for fashion publications - to the new digs in Georgetown.
Music, Arts & Travel
Staying at a resort can be relaxing, cost-effective, and convenient, but it often means being cut off from the outside world in a bubble of tourists, free food, and scheduled activities.
Piero di Cosimo's paintings never reached the canon of High Renaissance art inhabited by Leonardo, Michelangelo, Raphael and even Giorgione works. Yet his pieces, a myriad of which are on exhibit now at the National Gallery, show a fun-loving, eccentric artist bounding from style to style all while demonstrating the aristocratic tastes of that period in which both whimsical mythology and devout adoration were sought after for personal consumption.
Porter Robinson used over-the-top EDM theatrics to bring a fantastic video game world full of charm, emotion and depth to the 9:30 Club. The rising star's debut LP, Worlds, invited listeners to the mythical realms of Robinson's mind, driven by his passion for video games and anime.
A roundup of the best concerts to see this Fall in D.C.
Washington has come a long way since local gay activists put together a one-time event to promote and celebrate lesbian-gay-bisexual-transgender identity in 1972. Those organizers pushed the boundaries in an age when gay sex was illegal and gay federal employees were fired for being gay.
An adventurer's guide to Moab and the national parks that surround the town.
Real Estate & Architecture
After renovating his P street home and building the award-winning Oyster House in the northern neck of Virginia, Georgetown's best-known bachelor Bill Dean set his sights on something bigger: a waterfront compound in Miami Beach. Dean checked out the sprawling $8 million property in Miami Beach, which was built by Sebastian Spering Kresge of K-Mart fame, for the first time in 2009.
Carriage houses represent some of New York’s most sought-after real estate, in large part because they combine the quaintness and charm of the old city with the modern luxuries of the new. Here are four standouts that blend rich history with stately architecture.
Virtual reality platforms may not be ubiquitous quite yet, but the technology is already revolutionizing how designers, architects, and artists work, and how the rest of us experience their art.
The internet revolution hit the real estate market in a big way. "Statistics show that 98 percent of people buying homes use the internet as a tool in their search process," Landry points out. He goes on to say that the web has revolutionized the house touring process.