Starting this fall, booklovers will have a place downtown to get together and talk about books over lunch: The DC Public Library. Readers will be able to bring their lunches, talk about their monthly reading and discover what other readers love and hate and why. Members will share opinions about their favorites and compare notes on the hottest new titl
The spate of recent and upcoming superhero movies tends only to show the more successful heroes and crimefighters; your Batmans, Spider-Mans, Avengers... But what about those second- or third-tier superheroes?How about taking a look at the junior varsity superhero squad?
On June 19, 1812, President James Madison issued a proclamation to the public, declaring the United States was at war with Great Britain. The previous day, he had sent a message to Congress asking for a declaration of war. The war would define his presidency and the new nation.
Have you been meaning to join a book group, but can never find the time to make it to meetings? Are you an avid social media user as well as an avid reader? Do you just want to read some good books and discuss them with others?
Watching all the royal doings in London, some of the Popular Library staff thought it would be a good idea to honor the Great Lady with a high tea of our own. And why not? Elizabeth II inherited the throne from her father, the much beloved George V
The Caribbean Seen: Double Feature will present two Jamaican films from two very different eras that both focus on the influence and impact of street culture on youth in search of quick fame and fortune.
The MLK Library will host the annual International Children’s Painting Competition on the Environment, in which children ages 6 to 14 submit original works of art based on a yearly theme.This year's theme is "Green Communities." Paintings from the top 70 finalists will be on display in the Second Floor, West Lobby June 4 to July 31.