Was it the cover illustration or the title, Defending Jacob, that drew me to this book? The description on the inside of the front jacket promised a suspenseful mystery full of guilt, betrayal, a father's fierce loyalty and his lov
April is National Poetry Month. To celebrate, we'll be posting a public domain poem every Monday. "The Library" by Frank Dempster ShermanGIVE me the room whose every nookIs dedicated to a book:Two windows will suffice for airAnd grant the light admission there,-One looking to the south, and oneTo speed the red, departing sun.The eastern wall from frieze to plinth,
Wednesdays at 4 p.m.: For those of you who accompany children to the chess class, and may be bringing other children along, we have started two companion programs, something for the kids and something for the adults. We'll mix it up and you can help us plan a varied program.
Still need to get your D.C. income, business, or real property taxes done? Do you have questions about property assessment or other matters handled by the Office of Tax and Revenue? On Thursday, March 21, from 2-6 p.m., staff from the D.C.
Suggestions for People Who Want to Start Reading Marvel Comics
Last year I, like many, many other people, went to the movies and saw The Avengers. And I loved it. Not that this was a surprise: I had already seen all the other Marvel movies leading up to The Avengers and I loved them too.