It's back, baby! The 11th in-person zinefest art mart returns to Brookland for a day of celebrating local independent and self-published artists and makers. While taking in the fab fall weather, enjoy all the zine world has to offer as well the permanent studio residents of the Arts Walk. Best of all? It's fully free […]
MahoganyBooks heads to Eaton DC to host a book talk with Tricia Hersey, aka the Nap Bishop. Founder of the Nap Ministry, Hersey will discuss her book, Rest is Resistance, with longtime friend and author Christine Platt, aka the Afrominimalist. Masks required.
“When we heal ourselves, we heal each other. Healing is an act of community care,” says Alex Elle. The author of the much-anticipated book, How We Heal: Uncover Your Power and Set Yourself Free, will discussed healing, generational support, and more. Tickets include a copy of the book.