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‘The Watergate: Inside America’s Most Infamous Address’ A fact-filled (if less-than-scintillating) primer on D.C.’s...

Reviewed by Kitty Kelley Hotels can intrigue, even captivate. In the pantheon of places, nothing tantalizes so much as a good story situated in a...

‘Jackie, Janet and Lee’

Reviewed by Kitty Kelley Nothing sells like books on sex, diets and the Kennedys. If you wrote “How JFK made love to Marilyn Monroe on...

Folger Celebrates Shakespeare’s Birthday with Open House (photos)

William Shakespeare is arguably the worlds most famous playwright, and deserves to have his birthday celebrated accordingly. Hundreds came to celebrate the 454th anniversary of...

Weekend Round Up April 19, 2018

Filmfest DC gets rolling Thursday, April 19, screening 80 films from 45 countries through Sunday, April 29. And it’s a big weekend at the Folger, which will bring “The Winter’s Tale” to a close and celebrate the Bard’s birthday Sunday.

‘The President Will See You Now’: A worshipful ode to the Gipper from his...

Reviewed by Kitty Kelley I picked up “The President Will See You Now: My Stories and Lessons from Ronald Reagan’s Final Years,” a memoir by...

Kitty Kelley Book Club “The Vanity Fair Diaries: 1983-1992”

Reviewed by Kitty Kelley The British excel as diarists, the most famous being Samuel Pepys, followed by James Boswell (the biographer of Dr. Johnson) and...

Scena Returns to ‘Beckett Trio’

Nanna Ingvarsson stars in Robert McNamara's production of three short plays by Samuel Beckett — “Footfalls,” “Not I” and the wrenching “Rockaby” — at the Atlas Performing Arts Center through April 8.

Kitty Kelley’s Book Club — ‘Avedon: Something Personal’

Reviewed by Kitty Kelley The only thing missing from this account of the iconic photographer’s life is the photos themselves. If you’re into pop culture, you’ll...

Stephen Hawking: A Disembodied Traveler

The renowned physicist, whose mind lived in the universe, succumbed March 14 to his long-time nemesis.

Weekend Round Up March 8, 2018

The 48th annual St. Patrick’s Parade of Washington, D.C., is this Sunday. Get your Gaelic on the night before at a concert by the Irish Tenors at the National.