Stephen Colbert has been tapped to host the Kennedy Center Honors on Dec. 7. "He is best in class and will no doubt undue any solemnity that might otherwise attend the occasion," said Honors…
Kennedy Center Honors
WASHINGTON — Tom Hanks, Lily Tomlin, Sting, singer Al Green and ballerina Patricia McBride have been selected to receive this year's Kennedy Center Honors. The five artists will be celebrated Dec. 7…
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The nation's capital embraced five titans of the performing arts Sunday night at the 36th annual Kennedy Center Honors, this city's premiere assemblage of political and entertainment gentry. Shirley…
Actress Shirley MacLaine, singer/songwriter Billy Joel, opera singer Martina Arroyo, jazz legend Herbie Hancock and musician/songwriter Carlos Santana will receive this year's Kennedy Center Honors.
Always one of the TV year's classiest evenings, the latest edition of the "Kennedy Center Honors" features two notoriously prickly stars, David Letterman and Dustin Hoffman.
The John F. Kennedy Center welcomed eight performing artists to its exclusive wall of fame Sunday.
Buddy Guy, Dustin Hoffman, David Letterman, ballerina Natalia Makarova and rockers Led Zeppelin have been named recipients of this year's Kennedy Center Honors.
Despite a shortage of transcendent moments, it's still a pleasant enough way to kill a couple of hours, if not one for the archives.
Once again saving the best for last, CBS' presentation of the 33rd annual Kennedy Center Honors is a wonderfully classy affair.
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