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They Paved Paradise…

In the 1920 photo, Hans Wunderlich stands on the stoop of his C Street townhouse with his dog Archie at his side. Wunderlich was...

Vote for Your Favorites on Literary Pumpkin Walk

COVID has stopped Hill neighbors from gathering around kitchen tables for the annual Literary Feast, Instead, organizers are planning an outdoor event to celebrate...

The Literary Hill: Noir at the (Legal) Bar

Newly-minted private investigator Zooey Krause is not exactly setting the detecting world on fire. In fact, as she ruefully observes, “I’ve chased down so...

The Literary Hill

An Indelible Blot When the next vacancy on the Supreme Court opens up—and fingers crossed it won’t be anytime soon—let’s pray that the confirmation battle...

Authors Look Back Over Decade, Century of Change

Decade to Make Your Head Spin A neighbor down the street has a sign in their yard that seems to perfectly express our shared sense...

National Book Festival Online for 2020

The 20th Library of Congress National Book Festival will celebrate “American Ingenuity” in 2020, featuring the creativity and inspiration of some of the nation’s...

ICYMI: Unlimited eBooks on Race and Privilege at DCPL

In the letter from the Birmingham jail, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. said “there is a type of constructive, nonviolent tension which is necessary...

Crossing Borders Through Books

Migrants on the Move Hill artist Rashin Kheiriyeh teams with award-winning children’s author Kyo Maclear in “Story Boat,” a new picture book about families forced...

THE LITERARY HILL

Presidential Powers “What steps would you take to prevent the American dream from becoming the American nightmare?” That’s the question Richard S. Sloan poses...

The Literary Hill

On Sunday, May 3 we held the first-ever VIRTUAL Literary Hill BookFest! From 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., we presented live discussions with your...
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