Bruce Jenner’s interview captured why some people love the Kardashians
At the end of the day, they’re just a family. And they’re a lot like you.
‘Gotham': As strong character, Morena Baccarin is just what the doctor ordered
As strong character on Fox’s hit “Gotham, geek fan favorite Morena Baccarin is just what the doctor ordered.
TV listings: Tuesday, April 28, 2015
“Sons of Winter” premieres, “Dancing with the Stars” fetes 10 years, and PBS remembers the Vietnam era.
Jane Smiley’s elegiac look at an American family in ‘Early Warning’
The second volume in the Pulitzer Prize-winning writer’s trilogy sets her characters amid the sweep of history.
Don Mankiewicz, Oscar-nominated screenwriter, dies at 93
Mr. Mankiewicz helped create the television shows “Marcus Welby, M.D.” and “Ironside.”
Sketchbook: Still counting the (279) days of injustice for The Post’s Jason Rezaian
As President Obama calls for the release of Post reporter Jason Rezaian, our tally-marking portrait marks his 279th day in unjust custody.
Engaging D.C. debut from young Chinese pianist
Zhang Zuo displays fine basics and strong potential in her performance at the Phillips Collection.
A triumphant return across the pond
Choir of St. Paul’s Cathedral closes D.C. festival with concert combining sacred and modern-day works.
Sid Tepper, prolific songwriter for Elvis Presley and other hitmakers, dies
Mr. Tepper also co-wrote the 1948 hit “Red Roses for a Blue Lady.”
Program by pianists Kaplan and Andres has promise but needs work
A concert at the National Gallery of Art gave the impression that it is a work in progress.
Charlie Hebdo: As ‘PEN Award 6′ withdraw, post-attack legacy is still being drawn
Charlie Hebdo: As ‘PEN Award 6’ withdraw from May event, a post-massacre legacy is still being drawn.
Hip hop’s athletic power energizes ‘LOV: American Style’
Dancers of Rennie Harris RHAW brought the moves, but the plot was murky.
‘The Invention of Fire’ is a thrillingly written 14th-century murder mystery
Bruce Holsinger’s new novel features poets John Gower and Geoffrey Chaucer at the center of the story.
TV listings: Monday, April 27, 2015
PBS remembers the Vietnam War and HBO airs a doc about the “Grim Sleeper,” a serial killer.
At George Mason, BBC Concert Orchestra is professional, enjoyable
The first half consisted of Ravel standards, and the second was all-British. The group played cleanly.
Sybarite5 keep Barns at Wolf Trap’s audience on its toes
The string quartet used their iPhone’s Shuffle mode to choose songs to play, charming and entertaining listeners.