The series, which is set in the 1990s, follows the boyhood antics of 11-year-old Marty Preston and his beagle, Shiloh.
With laugh-out-loud humor and her characteristic snark, Vowell (who will discuss the book in D.C. on Thursday) makes this walk through history a walk in the park.
The cycletracks, traffic circles, celebrities and local Internet personalities that y'all like.
Where to find the best sandwich, sushi, pizza, seafood, doughnut and more.
In her first U.S. publication, Arlington-based Iranian-American illustrator and writer Rashin Kheiriyeh reimagines Rumi’s tale of a pet parrot yearning to fly the coop.
A former journalist who worked in New York, Rome and Paris, author Tom Rachman is as much a globetrotter as his multinational characters.
The Pulitzer Prize winner speaks Tuesday at Politics and Prose.
On Tuesday, she'll discuss the new novel with fellow author Jennifer Close at Politics and Prose.
The Man Booker Prize finalist speaks at Politics and Prose on Saturday.