Tag: events

Because of the upcoming April 1 performance of teevee's anti-Jesus person Bill Maher at the Bethesda Strathmore Music Center, we had a pair of...

If you live in Wisconsin, then... sorry? What were we going to write about here... ah, yes: if you live in Wisconsin, then...

NEWS SHOCKER: Meg Stapleton, holder of the World's Worst Job as spokeswoman for an increasingly fragile and erratic unemployed publicity hound, had to once...

Books this week are all about devastation: There are a few about our economy and health care system, oh and one that is a...

So, here's the thing: many of last week's Wrapped Up in Books featured events—like a few things at Politics & Prose, which was basically...

The delights of mid-August in Washington D.C. are innumerable, truly. Now add "America's most controversial Saul Bellow-enthusiast James Wood," "Helene Cooper," and "other things"...

"Quality, not quantity" is an epigram that's in favor with people who realize that they do not have a sufficient amount of a thing....

Oh man it is August so soon, and to celebrate, famous socialist bookstore Politics & Prose has declined to schedule any readings this weekend....

The week in books: Famous DC authors of disparate political affiliations will be reading from their non-fictions concerning various governmental issues. It's true! And...

Mid-July is famous for being consistently and dependably eventful, so it is not surprising in the slightest that this week isn't an insignificant one,...

There are going to be so many classic literary feuds, literary and otherwise, resolved this week on the DC book tour circuit. And this listing...

How are you celebrating Jeff Goldblum and Bill Pullman's victory over the aliens? Wonkette recommends indulging in such earthly freedoms as "third parties," hallucinogens,...

Recall last summer: it was the summer of Joseph O'Neill's Netherland, the most important book liked by people wearing the most important-looking glasses. It...

Your Wonkette recently had the pleasure of interviewing Center for American Progress speechwriter and "nouveau literature author" Grant Ginder, who's just had his first...

It is like college here in DC this week: there is an opportunity for free food that can be capitalized upon by pretending to...

BIG THINGS on the DC book circuit this week. For instance: your third-favorite Wire personality George Pelecanos (after David Simon and Omar), in addition...

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