WASHINGTON (AP) — The Library of Congress and Harlequin Enterprises are steaming up — make that, teaming up — to present a conference on romance fiction in the digital age. The two-day conference in Washington…
ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Outgoing Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley says he is working on a book. The Democrat, who’s considering running for president, said Thursday in a brief interview that the book will focus on…
WASHINGTON — “What are you reading?” It’s a question asked by friends meeting over lunch, by strangers on an airplane and among co-workers gathered around the office water cooler. Pamela Paul, editor of The New…
If you have a food lover on your holiday gift list, chances are you\’ve encountered endless options among cookbooks. But this year, a few stand out — including Sean Brock\’s \”Heritage.\”
According to Amazon, Alexandria is among the most romantic cities in the U.S.
When shoppers enter a historic, converted house at 657 C St. SE in Eastern Market, they are greeted by a sage voice, emanating from a man who claims to be 103 years old.
After thousands of library books were found in the recycle bin in Fairfax County, officials are searching for solutions.
Some librarians in Fairfax County are tossing library books that barely have any wear and tear.
The Beatles were likely the most-photographed band of all time — so the idea of never-before-seen images of John, Paul, George, and Ringo seems impossible.
Arlington native R.J. Tolson has written a book,
started a company and founded an international
charity. And he\’s only 19 years old.
Find where famous D.C. scenes occurred in books
with a new website, DC by the Book, sponsored by
the DC Public Library.
Red Emma\’s is a bookstore, coffeehouse and cafe in Baltimore
collectively owned by 14 workers and operates on workplace democracy — the idea that
workers can be their own bosses.
Best-selling author Brad Meltzer recently visited
Politics and Prose in D.C. for a book signing. He
sat down with WTOP\’s Tommy Griffiths to talk
about his new thriller \”The Fifth Assassin.\”
To be competitive, women need to learn how to put
their networks to work and actively help other
women so that Michelle Obama and Hillary Clinton
are not exceptions to the rule.
If you\’re looking for a husband, go where single men outnumber single women. That way you have better odds, according to author Andrew Dolan.