White House unveils holiday decorations
The White House gets decked out for Christmas, with a shiny decor reflecting the theme 'Shine, Give, Share.' The first family's dog, Bo, also has a starring role in many of the holiday decorations. (Nov. 30)
National Christmas Tree lights up
President Barack Obama and family lit the tree National Christmas Tree in a ceremony Thursday. It's the 89th year for the holiday tree lighting, a tradition that began with President Calvin Coolidge in 1923. (Dec. 1)
Jason Segel unveils 'The Muppets' live in D.C.
The star and co-writer of the new Muppet movie talks to the Post's Jen Chaney about being "Muppety" and introduces the first midnight screening of the film to a packed house of "Rainbow Connection" lovers.
Lady Gaga's holiday workshop opens at Barneys
For the grand opening of Gaga's Workshop, it seemed as if Lady Gaga chartered a sleigh, picked up Santa Claus and Willy Wonka along the way, and landed Monday night at Barneys New York flagship on Madison Avenue. (Nov. 21)
First family lights National Christmas tree
President Obama, along with his wife, two daughters and mother-in-law, helped light the new National Christmas tree. The ceremony included Kermit the Frog and musical guests.