Other interesting stories in The Washington Post:

(Matt McClain for The Washington Post)


“It’s like I saw behind the curtain, and nobody’s an adult. We’re all [in trouble], we’re all in this together, we’re all big kids trying to figure it out.”


Kacey Musgraves, rising 24-year-old country star, on channeling her millennial angst into “some of the most straightforward storytelling” you’ll find in country music today, writes Chris Richards.


• Sitcom star Erica Hubbard grapples with getting into character as a slave for a performance at Colonial Williamsburg.

Malcolm-Jamal Warner frets that they just don’t make shows like “The Cosby Show” anymore.

• Carol Channing, David Hartman and other veterans of the original “Hello, Dolly!” recall the show’s early stint in Washington that turned a near-disaster into a classic. (Yes, the David Hartman from “Good Morning America” back in the day — who knew?)

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