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Mercy Is For Closers: Death of a Salesman, reviewed.

What can you do with Death of a Salesman, a play that has never really fallen out of circulation since it debuted almost 70 years ago? 25 more words


Day 2 in Washington, D.C.

Day 2 of the DC experience went a little like this: Abraham Lincoln died and I photobombed Jefferson. We started out at Ford’s Theatre and saw a cool museum about Lincoln’s life. 95 more words


Ford's Theatre, Madame Tussaud's, and the National Archives: D.C. Part 3

Today was our last day of having a pre-ticketed event.  Today was something that we were all excited about, but especially my mom: Ford’s Theatre. 919 more words


New History of the NLM: The “Old Red Brick”

By Anne Rothfeld ~

This is the fourth post in a series of nine which serializes the new book US National Library of Medicine in the popular… 1,402 more words

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My Top Five Favorite Places to Visit: Washington, DC, Edition

I recently had occasion to visit Washington, DC, on a research trip. My work-in-progress takes place in Washington and I needed to see first-hand the places where my protagonist works and lives and where she goes to do research. 648 more words

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5 Bookstores At Historic DC Sites

By Molly Korroch

People choose brick and mortar stores over the internet for the experience. What could be a better D.C. bookstore shopping experience than finding a book at an historic local attraction? 461 more words