The Library of Congress hosts a 10-day event featuring more than one hundred authors in programs entirely available online
The nation's oldest federal cultural institution also offers exhibits on Rosa Parks, women's suffrage, and the Early Americas
Upcoming winter schedule includes books about Malcolm X, Martin Luther King Jr., and Eleanor Roosevelt
Each state's display pulls together select panels honoring those lost to HIV to commemorate World AIDS Day
From GMCW's celebration of Sondheim to Strathmore's luminous Monuments, here are our picks for your week.
1978 hit song is one of 25 historically or culturally "significant" recordings added to the National Recording Registry
The "Call Me By Your Name" and "Simon vs. The Homo Sapiens Agenda" authors will discuss their novels at the Library of Congress
A showcase of the Library of Congress’ extensive collection of original drawings by artists, commissioned during the past 50 years by newspapers and television stations to capture...
On Friday, the Library of Congress thought it was just getting a sit-down interview with Lynda Carter, the woman who portrayed Wonder Woman on the...
Library of Congress showcases assorted materials from the father of the local LGBTQ community, Frank Kameny
Legendary documentary screens on June 2
It's the British original, not the American remake
Over the next month, the Library of Congress is shining a spotlight on disco music and culture, through a series of film screenings and discussions....
1991 classic concludes a series of films celebrating Women's History Month
It's part of a series of films celebrating Women's History Month