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Q&A with Nile Rodgers: Sinatra, disco and how a trip to the bathroom led to the Diana Ross song 'I'm Coming Out'

Nile Rodgers performs during the 2014 Essence Festival in New Orleans. (Photo by Amy Harris/Invision/AP)

Every Friday and many Tuesday afternoons, national arts reporter Geoff Edgers hosts The Washington Post's first Instagram Live show from his barn in Massachusetts. He has interviewed, among others, basketball legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, comedian Tiffany Haddish and actress Jamie Lee...

At book 78 and counting, Dean Koontz has no drought of ideas

Author Dean Koontz has published his 78th book, called

Dean Koontz is out with his 78th book called “Elsewhere,” about a father and his young daughter who get the ability to time hop to parallel universes

Review: Tana French returns with 'The Searcher'

A young man is missing, but no one seems too concerned other than the man's little brother Trey, and no body turns up, and chances are that the guy probably just left town.

What Chick Corea learned playing with Miles Davis, Sarah Vaughan, Stan Getz and others

Jazz pianist and composer Chick Corea's new album,

What did Chick Corea learn from the time he spent playing in the bands of Miles Davis, Sarah Vaughan, Stan Getz and other jazz giants? Everything. "I've had the best teachers, haven't I?" said Corea, who in January won the 23rd Grammy Award of his illustrious career. He credits his...




Rick's List - Scholarly Personal Bookshelf Edition

You've heard of Rick's Bookshelf Arrangers, right? No? Well, it's my very successful new company. Y'see, if you're one of the 72 percent of the general population regularly called as a panelist to provide analysis on one of...

Friends in high places: The region’s top overlooks

Everyone loves a view. Beyond the inspirational benefits, you can’t get much more socially distant during a pandemic than standing atop an overlook.