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Latest Bill Cosby Accuser Joan Tarshis Gives Graphic Details That Mirror Those of Other Women in New Interview

The last few weeks have not been good for Bill Cosby as new allegations have been made against the actor who has built an entire career on his wholesome image. An entire generation was raised on Cosby's portrayal of Dr. Cliff Huxtable and his ...

Joshua Bell on HBO YoungArts Masterclass & Mendelssohn Octet; Washington Metro Reprise & Bach Concertos

With his Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority mulligan miles behind him, Joshua Bell is Skyping with me from his suite at the Ritz-Carlton, Dubai. As per usual when talking to the press, the world's greatest living violinist is in between ...

Seven Years Later, Joshua Bell Performs Again for D.C. Audiences at Most Recent Union Station Performance

Just seven years after his D.C. metro debut, Joshua Bell took to the Union Station stop for a similar social experiment--however, this time he would be far from ignored.

Pianist Evgeny Kissin "Unforgettable" in Concert of Jewish Music and Poetry at Kennedy Center, Writes Washington Post's Anne Midgette

Evgeny Kissin has pulled off a brilliant coup with his latest project, an exploration of Jewish music and Yiddish poetry--both performed by him. And the performance, at Washington's Kennedy Center, was hailed by Washington Post critic Anne Midgette ...

Glenn Greenwald, Barton Gellman, Luke Harding: Who Writes the Book for Edward Snowden's Musical?

Since James Bamford's not interested, let's say: Greenwald gets the book, Gellman handles the music...with Harding on lyrics? No matter how you divvy them up, it's only a matter of time before some enterprising repertory group stages a Snowden ...

William P. Gottlieb's Multiple Exposures from the Golden Age of Jazz [PHOTOS]

When the Washington Post could no longer afford a photographer to shoot photos for William Paul Gottlieb's fledgling jazz column, the fresh-out-of-Lehigh grad decided he'd simply snap his own.

Five Quickies: American Orchestral Crisis, MacArthur Grants Increase, M.I.T.'s Futuristic Opera, Tchaikovsky's Wrong Note, Six Hours of John Zorn at 60

And with the world's best musicians, singers, dancers and actors going back to repertory work after their summer stocks, there's more good news happening now than there was, say, back in July...

That's What She Sang

“I also request that, starting today, you refer to me by my new name and use the feminine pronoun (except in official mail to the confinement facility).” -- Chelsea Manning

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