There is a lot going on in the world . . . tragic bombings, terrorist mail, deadly explosions and threats of war. There are also the every day conflicts and stresses of school, work, and home. Things can overwhelm you and you may feel heightened feelings of anxiety and sadness.
Dan Vera is a D.C.-based poet who has made many contributions to the literary landscape of Washington, not least of which is the fabulous DC Writers' Homes website, which maps the houses where writers lived and worked right here in DC.
Do you think the Golden Rule holds meaning for today's dating scene?Do you treat your dates the way you want them to treat you?Are you being treated right?Come to Teen Space to browse a display of dating etiquette books along with novels and poems about romance.
Take a sensitive look at this serious subject. “DisordR, The Play,” starring Hilary Kacser, reveals humor as the heroine, Pakrat Patty, laughs to keep from crying. Share her struggle with Collector-itis and Disposophobia as she fights her Obsessive Compulsion: Never to let go.
I have to admit, I’m not a huge fan of horror movies. The onscreen blood and gore turns my stomach, and I don’t like the surprises of a killer/monster/zombie horde leaping out and winnowing down the cast. But horror in a book I can usually take, especially if there’s a great story behind it. A good example would by
The change of season is a wonderful time to introduce early literacy skills with babies and toddlers. The National Research Council recommends that children enter school with specific skills that prepare them to benefit more from classroom instruction.