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This year's honorees, from left: Billy Joel, Martina Arroyo, Herbie Hancock, Shirley MacLaine and Carlos Santana.
It was a high-energy, exuberant evening in which a high-court jurist and a rapper shared the same stage.
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The Kennedy Center honoree drops by the Washington Ballet.
The Secretary of State cleaned up after his new puppy.
The erstwhile ballet superstar graces Annie-B Parson and Paul Lazar’s adaptation of Chekhov.
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The glory of the Kennedy Center Honors is A-listers from all walks of life schmooshed together in intimate, unexpected ways.
A new edition from the Folio Society, with an introduction by Michael Dirda, reminds us of a pleasures of a well-made book.
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The intensely private crisis manager and D.C. native is now a star in her own right.
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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