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Kristen Page-Kirby joined Express in 2010 and covers film, arts and entertainment. Her weekly film column, The Reelist, has run in Express since 2009.
The boutique owner and founder of the Black Love Experience heads to breakfast, lunch — and 1913
Thanks to Theater J's Yiddish Theater Lab, English-speaking audiences can see the universal themes of "The Jewish Queen Lear."
Love (mostly) conquers all — even a hackneyed script.
The animated adventure is set in a theme park filled with talking animals and nonsense.
Her dream day includes bagels, books and burgers — and a little research.
Earthbound women will see their own struggles in the latest Marvel movie.
New system will help deaf or hard-of-hearing patrons follow along with the show.
The Folger Shakespeare Theatre needed treats for their new, immersive production. They turned to local baker Lila Miller.
An all-female team brings an apocalyptic story to life in Signature Theatre's "Masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity."
You've got your choice of "Network," a kind-of-silent "Peter Pan" — or around 120 other films.