Shaw (Watha T. Daniel)
Neighborhood Library

Takeout service available Monday through Friday, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 3 to 7 p.m. Closed from 2 - 3 p.m.every day for sanitizing.

Free Computer Classes

The library, in cooperation with Byte Back, is offering free PC Basics computer classes and Office Track classes at Capitol View Library, Anacostia Library, Northwest One Library and Watha T. Daniel Library starting January 3.You must be a D.C. resident to enroll in this program. All students must present proof of residency on the first day of class to be admitted. To register, call Byte Back at 202-529-3395 Monday to Friday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The Book of the Movie of the Book

Rant 1Many books are made into movies, to varying degrees of commercial and artistic success. There are healthy debates on how faithful a movie should be to the book, which I think are fascinatingly pointless. A song about an historical person would never be expected to contain everything about that person. Even biographies that take decades to write can’t claim to be all inclusive. This is how art works. Likewise, a movie based on a book cannot be expected to contain the whole book.

We Live in a Science-Fictional World

Science fiction (SF) has always been a place for us to explore the unusual places where human ingenuity can take us.

Finding Eric Riley

Staff As Resource - Part 1 Eric Riley

Oh, yes, he is the manager of the Watha T. Daniel Library.  And, yes, the Library Journal selected him for the Movers and Shakers Award for 2010.

Bollywood Dance at the Library

The Watha T. Daniel/Shaw library recently offered an eight-week course on Bollywood Dance by dancer/teacher Mrs. Kumud Mathur.

Get Your Free EBooks On!

Thank you digital books!

The Pre-Raphaelite Pen

There's a wonderful photography exhibit going on at the National Gallery of Art right now,

A Matter of Perspective

Members of our group house entered into a discussion recently about a possible decline in morality and social discipline in various Asian societies as a result of modernization. The consensus was that those societies are corrupted by the influence from our advanced economic and social order.

"Carl Jung: The Red Book" Lecture

Dr. Quinn will discuss the personal journal and sketchbook of Carl Jung composed during his breakdown just before World War I.Wednesday, November 10, 2010, 7 p.m.