An Outlet for Single, Young Professionals... Dont Worry You Can Come Too.
There comes a period in your life where your job becomes overwhelming and you’re sick of overcrowded clubs and having mindless conversations with strangers in various restaurants downtown. It's times like those where you wish for consistency the most.
Mysteries like The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo have led to a boom in Scandinavian fiction for adults. But what about fiction for children? In this installation of Reading Through Time and Space, we will travel to a peaceful, misty country made up of one peninsula and 443 islands.
On Thursday, April 4, the Brown Bag Concert Series will feature music for the piano and the cello performed by local musicians.These talented performers will be playing music by well known classical composers. The concert will take place at the MLK Library, in auditorium A-5 at noon. For more information, contact the Information Services Department, 202-727-1291.
Are you over paranormal creatures of the night?Is reading about a dark, dystopian future not your thing?Maybe all you need is a book about the flirtations, friendships, fun . . . and drama of high school! If so, check out our popular African-American series for teens. Many of the titles are new to our shelves and some have been around for a while. Check them out!
On Saturday, April 20 at 1 p.m., we will show You Are Not Alone, a film about black men who break taboos by speaking out about their depression and how they coped and survived.Written and directed by Stanley Bennett Clay, author ofLooker.
DC Emancipation Day pays tribute to the ending of slavery in the District of Columbia. The celebration began on April 16, 1862, shortly after President Abraham Lincoln signed the District of Columbia Compensated Emancipation Act. This decree led to the freeing of 3,100 slaves, reimbursed slaveholders, and offered the freed men and women funds to emigrate.