Library Of Congress

Genuine local folk culture, including folk music, was more common in pre-World War II America before television and the accelerating pace of communication leveled distinctions. Associates of the Library of Congress, especially the Read more


The popular rumor is false: the Library of Congress doesn’t actually keep a copy of every book published in the U.S. Even so, it houses millions of books, maps, photographs and other artifacts in one of the largest knowledge archives in the worl.. Read more

I Hate Hollywood

Tonight the Walker's Point Center for the Arts (WPCA) opens an exhibition focusing on Chicago's Pilsen community-part of the city's Mexican heart-in "Artists of Pilsen: Rene Hugo Arceo and Gabriel Villa." These artists, a printmaker and pai... Read more

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