Trivia Night

After School Special Edition - 7:00 pm

Grab a few study buddies for a back-to-school-themed Trivia Night featuring questions about all things with school ties.

Anne Mahlum

Creative Mornings Washington, DC - 8:30 am

The social entrepreneur, founder of the non-profit organization Back on My Feet, and CEO of [solidcore] speaks as part of the Creative Mornings series,

Joshua Wolf Shenk

7:00 pm

In Powers of Two: Finding the Essence of Innovation in Creative Pairs, Shenk breaks the myth of the lone genius apart and draws on new scientific research to show how the pair is...

The Sharp Things

8:00 am

On our Downstairs stage, the New York-based symphonic rock ensemble plays songs from its two decade-long career and its most recent album, The Truth Is Like the Sun.

Senator Kirsten Gillibrand

7:00 pm

In Off the Sidelines: Raise Your Voice, Change the World, the senator from New York recounts her personal journey in public service and galvanizes women to reach beyond their busy...

Jeffrey Kluger

7:00 pm

In The Narcissist Next Door: Understanding the Monster in Your Family, in Your Office, in Your Bed-in Your World, Kluger, the chief science writer at Time magazine, frames the new...

Ronna & Beverly

7:00 pm

Comedians Jamie Denbo and Jessica Chaffin bring their alter egos, fifty-something Jewish mothers Ronna and Beverly, to our Downstairs stage for a live-taping of their self-titled,...

David Mitchell

7:00 pm

In The Bone Clocks, the best-selling author tells the spellbinding story of a teenage runaway who wanders deep into the English countryside, where visions and coincidences reorder...

Joyce Carol Oates

In Conversation with Louis Bayard - 7:00 pm

Lovely, Dark, Deep is a collection of ten stories that map the eerie darkness within us all, making visceral the terror, hurt, and uncertainty that lurk at the edges of ordinary...


Who Needs a Pulse

with Clones of Clones - 8:00 pm

The DC-based duo formerly known as "Mike and Cody" brings its danceable pop electronic sound to our Downstairs stage.

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