The Man Booker Prize finalist speaks at Politics and Prose on Saturday.
By Allie Ghaman |
The beer scholar’s new book traces the area’s beer beginnings back to 1770.
The Chevy Chase, Md., resident's book is about botanists who, early on, did a lot with very little.
“Pussy Riot is not a band,” says journalist Masha Gessen. “Pussy Riot is a precise weapon, aimed directly at [Vladimir] Putin.”
The humorist took his daughter to see the Biebs and lived to tell about it. We pick through the wreckage of his brain.
In “One More Thing”, a book of 64 short stories, B.J. Novak uses fiction to slyly ask the big questions.
You can count on kids to tell you the unvarnished truth. That’s what Cokie Roberts found out while reading her new children’s book, “Founding Mothers: Remembering the Ladies,” to 8-year-old granddaughter Cecilia.
Chilean author Isabel Allende is best known for her works of magical realism. Now, at 71, she’s taken a completely new direction with her first thriller, “Ripper,”
In “Urban Legends & Historic Lore of Washington, D.C.,” Pohl sought the truth. Here are some of his favorite debunked myths, which he’ll also discuss at Politics and Prose on Sunday.
In his new book, Atlantic editor Scott Stossel goes public with his anxiety disorder as a means to explore the condition that affects an estimated 40 million Americans.