This Week in the Voice: Study up to take the bar
In this week’s feature, the Georgetown Voice staff review bars around the city to help you mix it up this weekend:
Situated on 18th St. in colorful Adams Morgan, Madam’s Organ may be the bar where you have to put a napkin over your drink when you go to the bathroom, but it’s a raging good time. Some say it’s seedy, but the three-story bar is a perfect place to meet people with its quirky mix of young professionals, college kids, and townies.
In news, Ryan Greene takes a look at the redesign for the Northeast Triangle dorm.
Rebecca Anthony checks out Custom Fuel, a new pizza place in Farragut West, in leisure.
In sports, Abby Sherburne tackles the decline of Patriots Head Coach Bill Belichick.
Linsanity is far from over for the Asian-American community, as Jeffrey Lin writes in Voices.
The Editorial Board argues that Georgetown’s Catholic identity is still strong, despite the lawsuit by William Blatty (COL ’50), author of The Exorcist.