Dorothy Parker was the wittiest woman of the 1920's. She held court at the Round Table at the Algonquin Hotel in NYC in the 1920's. Her accomplishments include: screenplay for A STAR IS BORN, short stories compared to Hemingway's, a best selling poetry book and columnist for Vanity Fair, the New Yorker and many other magazines. Come hear why she was considered a legend in her own time. "I love a martini. Two at the most. Three, I'm under the table. Four, I'm under the host!"
Alice Roosevelt Longworth presents "Scandals In The City": If the headlines of today's political scandals make you shake your head in disbelief, wait until you hear Alice "dish the dirt!"
Molly Banneky, Benjamin Banneker's grandmother, presents African American history in Washington, DC. Benjamin Banneker, an African American, surveyed the city of Washington. His grandmother gives a presentation of the places erected on that land.
Elaine Flynn presents the city of Washington with pictures and commentary. You will never again look at the sights in the same way!