Are you interested in starting a small business in the District? Do you know about the necessary regulations to get started?The Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs (DCRA) has partnered with DC Public Library to educate prospective business owners on how to start a new business in the District of Columbia. Come and learn about:
To celebrate Teen Read Week the Northwest One Neighborhood Library is hosting a Bookshelf Scavenger Hunt. The hunt will begin on October 19 and end on October 20. Ask library staff for a book scavenger hunt clue sheet and return to staff once completed.
1st Place Winner: Headphones, a free book, and an aluminum water bottle2nd Place Winner: Headphones and a free book3rd Place Winner: Headphones
I've read a few books in my lifetime that, try as I might to stretch my imagination, I just can't get my head around. These are books that are so weird and so puzzling, I can't help but wonder if my reading comprehension is not what it used to be. By no means am I saying that the books are terrible. Quite the contrary. It's just whenever I think of the books, I end up with more questions than answers. Below are a list of books that I think are worth the read, but (cue Keanu Reeves:) "Whoa!"
Ever wonder what the world be like if females were the dominant sex? By dominant, I mean if women held the marjority of political offices, were CEO's, and dominated the science and technology fields. I'm sure you have. We all have. A few authors have even gone as far as to write about it! Here are a few books set in matriarchal societies.
Congratulations from the Northwest One staff to all of our Summer Readers! This year we are especially proud of our three grand prize winners; Layla, Aniya, and Steven.
Layla won a Kindle Fire!
Aniya received an amazing pair of Beats by Dre headphones!
Steven was excited to win a new Kindle!
Thank you all for your participation. We had a great summer hearing about all the books you read. Join us next year for summer reading and you too could win incredible prizes!
Join author Ruben Castaneda on July 30 at 7 p.m. as he shares his professional experiences around S Street NW as a crime reporter in late 1980s and 1990s Washington.
S Street Rising is a study of the city itself as it tried to rise above an era of crime and violence that earned Washington the title of “Murder Capital.”
Ever read a book that people made such a big deal over only to be disappointed? Maybe you loved the genre or the story, but the delivery just wasn't good enough. Check out these popular (perhaps overrated) books with a better alternative.