Given the surplus of Emily Dickinson and Robert Frost texts on high school reading lists, you’d think that rural Massachusetts was the only important place in the history of American poetry. D.C. historians beg to differ. Celebrate this city's poetic history at George Washington University’s Gelman Library tonight, where a variety of poetry advocates will [...]
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Bama-like behavior. It's everywhere. We've gotta stop it.
Luckily, there's a T-shirt for that.
Let's say you're hosting a party at your house. You chose the playlist, and your friends are all liking it—they're dancing and enjoying themselves. Then some guest-of-a-guest walks up to the stereo, turns off your music, and hooks up his iPod. He wants [...]