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It was a high-energy, exuberant evening in which a high-court jurist and a rapper shared the same stage.
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At Kennedy Center Honors, a star’s serenade and red-carpet glamour on a night when “everything’s magic.”
Before Honors recipients Martina Arroyo, Billy Joel, Herbie Hancock, Shirley MacLaine and Carlos Santana were feted at the Kennedy Center, a stream of actors, journalists and past honorees walked the red carpet.
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New permanent exhibition at National Archives features sections on civil rights and women’s rights.
The theatrical version of the 1967 film is marked by fine writing, masterly direction and an excellent cast.
— Rachel Lubitz
Families compete in ‘Christmas Light Fight’ on ABC; ‘Bonnie & Clyde’ concludes on three networks.
Washington Ballet’s annual holiday show has some tepid moves.
The British rocker’s songs and swagger charm the crowd at the Rock & Roll Hotel.
The Big Sur Quintet performed Friday night at the Barns at Wolf Trap.
Nadine Sierra, Matthew Plenk and David Pershall head a strong cast of singers.
“Frozen” topped “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” at the box office this weekend.
The concertmaster and violin soloist leads his Baltimore Symphony colleagues in Vivaldi and Piazzolla.
It was the Broadway star’s first concert, and it showed, but her strong singing saved the day.
NPR’s Kennedy Center concert also features deft work by Sullivan Fortner, Michelle Rosewoman and Andy Bey.
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