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Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis

Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis
Born Jacqueline Lee Bouvier on July 28, 1929 in Southampton, New York, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis died May 19, 1994. She was the wife of former President John F. Kennedy. (Photo AP)
Born Jacqueline Lee Bouvier on July 28, 1929 in Southampton, New York, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis died May 19, 1994. She was the wife of former President John F. Kennedy. (Photo AP) « Show less

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  • Jacqueline Kennedy is heard anew in Diane Sawyer's ABC special

    Diane Sawyer has known a lot about one of America's most prominent families, but she admits she's learning more now. As will others, and very soon. Given the personal friendships she's had with Kennedys over the years, the weeknight "ABC World News"...
  • Best week ever: Baltimore events, music, movies and more

    Best week ever: Baltimore events, music, movies and more
    MOVIES OPENING (Friday) I Don’t Know How She Does It Drive The Lion King 3-D Straw Dogs NOTABLE TV Monday: Anderson (talk-show premiere; syndicated) Monday Night Football: New England at Miami (season premiere; 7 p.m.; ESPN) Bachelor Pad...
  • Poetry's refrain is ever near

    Poetry's refrain is ever near
    For Caroline Kennedy's 50th birthday, several of her close friends presented her with poems to mark the occasion. They understood the significance of poetry in her life, how she learned to understand it by looking through volumes, deciphering marks in...
  • Recap: Kennedy discusses book, life

    Recap: Kennedy discusses book, life
    Rose Kennedy was a woman who took a special interest in what her granddaughters wore and how they wore it, her granddaughter Caroline says in her recently published poetry anthology. At a lunch on Wednesday, Caroline Kennedy described the time she and...
  • Cambodia: If you go

    If you go THE BEST WAY TO PHNOM PENH, CAMBODIA From LAX, Asiana, Korean, Thai, China Airlines, EVA and China Southern offer connecting service (change of plane) to Phnom Penh. Restricted round-trip fares begin at $950, excluding taxes and fees....
  • Nonfiction

    Nonfiction
    The Age of Movies The Selected Writings of Pauline Kael Edited by Sanford Schwartz Library of America, $40 Witty, entertaining and often exhilarating, this wide-ranging collection of pieces captures the film critic at her best. Alice James A...
  • Andy Warhol is back in the 'Headlines' at NGA

    Andy Warhol died in 1987, but he continues to make headlines. This is almost literally the case with a National Gallery of Art exhibit, "Warhol: Headlines," that showcases screenprints and paintings whose design imitates that of a newspaper front page....
  • Sparkling wine recommendations for any price range

    Sparkling wine recommendations for any price range
    Whether true or just a bit of wishful folklore, champagne was reportedly first cooked up by the French Benedictine monk Pierre Perignon (c. 1638-1715). When Dom Perignon first tasted his concoction, he is reported to have said, "Come quickly, I am...
  • Reading fashion

    Reading fashion
    For fashionistas, thumbing through a book could be the key to better understanding the world of style, discovering a new trend or finding a new way to wear a piece you already own. These style-centric publications, will make any in vogue beach babe look...
  • A close-up view of New York's social set

    A close-up view of New York's social set
    When he died a year ago last month at the age of 92, Louis Auchincloss had amassed an astonishing body of work over more than six decades: nearly 50 novels and story collections and 18 nonfiction books, many written while he was working as a distinguished...
  • 'The Kennedys' finally finds a home on ReelzChannel

    'The Kennedys' finally finds a home on ReelzChannel
    The long-running saga of "The Kennedys" -- the miniseries, not the family -- has finally reached a conclusion. The eight-hour miniseries, which the History Channel commissioned but then decided not to air, has found a home after several weeks of rumors...