On May 5, people across the United States will celebrate Cinco de Mayo with margaritas, mariachi and parades and festivals. But few know the history behind the day that so many Americans celebrate.
John Grisham's 'Sycamore Row,' a sequel to 'A Time to Kill,' to be published in October
D.C. is becoming a less welcoming city for film festivals. And rising venue costs, combined with the growing use of digital services for viewing films, may spell the end for one of the city's most established film festivals.
Va. Quarterly Review, founded in 1925, makes Library of Congress director its 1st black editor
Blessed Sheriff, 15, a sophomore at Montgomery high school in Rockville, Md., emerged from her semi-final round Monday as one of three finalists moving on to Tuesday night's championship round in the Poetry Outloud competition at George Washington University.
Van Gogh Museum reopens with major exhibition on artist's craft; 2 "Sunflowers" on display
Philip Roth receives 'Literary Service' award for his own work, and advocacy for others
Over 6 years, priest transforms NY Orthodox church with ancient art of sacred iconography
Today will mark the 50th time Walt Whitman High School celebrates its annual Festival of the Arts, the event that showcases all types of works and performances from the school's students.