Both books — all of Daniel Silva’s books (he has written 20) — are as up to the minute as the latest sound of a car bomb exploding somewhere in the world.
Today, distrust in government, the media and most institutions, including universities, is high. Many believe these disconcerting times of mistrust began with the assassination of JFK and Robert F. Kennedy in the 1960s.
A memorial service was held 11 a.m., Monday, Oct. 16, at Washington Hebrew Congregation.
There are times when not-so-famous folks pass on and we miss the chance to salute them, to express our appreciation. Here is our writer’s September round up.
During a conversation about her new book at St. John’s Church, Quinn spoke about her grappling with God, religion and practices.
“Politically and socially, we are at the edge of another precipice. And those of us who are artists must charge into the fray, leading a charge to turn a tide.” — […]
After 12 years on the National Mall, the festival moved indoors in 2014. On a particularly rainy start to Labor Day weekend, this felt like a good choice.
“Lincoln in the Bardo” will confound you, will move you and make you feel drugged at times, will challenge your conceptions of what a novel should be — but also […]
Georgetown has always been known for its writers and — once upon a time — for its many bookstores. Here is a partial list of once and present Georgetown authors, […]
Catching up on your reading over the summer isn’t just for kids and college students. Whether you flee D.C. in August for the rolling hills or the roiling waves (or […]