Anne Kenderdine
Reporter

Anne Kenderdine’s job is sharing what’s fun to do in D.C. She joined The Washington Post in 2000, and she’s been focused on local arts and entertainment for her whole career. As the Going Out Guide Deputy Editor, she edits the Going Out Gurus blog and stories for the Weekend section and she also shapes the Going Out Guide’s Web site, mobile site, iPhone app and e-mail newsletters. She’s written about Scuba Santa, how museum exhibit designers choose paint colors, how to get an organized playroom, all-ages music clubs, and race relations in church.

Latest by Anne Kenderdine

Ken Forsse, inventor of Teddy Ruxpin, dies at 77

Ken Forsse, inventor of Teddy Ruxpin, dies at 77

“The father of animatronic toys” influenced toy robotics for years to come.

Please, Oscars, ‘Let It Go’ before bedtime

Please, Oscars, ‘Let It Go’ before bedtime

I asked the Academy if they’d tell me when Idina Menzel would perform at the Oscars. They said, basically, “Actually, we’re not.” But this is what we need.

The 4 easiest Valentine’s Day food ideas for kids

The 4 easiest Valentine’s Day food ideas for kids

Some Valentine’s Day recipes just say they’re really easy to do. These actually are.

How to help child focus on homework

Homework can be a tough job for both kids and parents. Here are tips to help your child focus and get it done -- well.