|2019_MD_Presidents_190529||178||AFI and Washington Monthly -- Fourth Estate Film Series -- "All the President's Men" (w/Bob Woodward and Paul Glastris)|
ALL THE PRESIDENT'S MEN
Special Features: Intro by Washington Monthly digital editor Eric Cortellessa. Post-screening Q&A with Washington Monthly editor in chief Paul Glastris and legendary journalist Bob Woodward
"Follow the money." Deep Throat's admonition has guided whistleblowers and reporters...
|2003_DC_Woodward_030610||4||DC -- eGov -- Bob Woodward|
Bob Woodward, one of the team of two Washington Post reporters (the other being his partner Carl Bernstein) who helped bring down the Nixon administration. I'm not entirely sure why he was a keynote speaker at the eGov conference but I enjoyed him anyway. He mentioned that there are quarterly tapes...
|2006_DC_NBF_Woodward_060930||11||DC -- Natl Book Festival 2006 -- Bob Woodward|
Bob Woodward: Pulitzer Prize-winning author Bob Woodward, a reporter and editor at The Washington Post since 1971, has authored or co-authored 10 No. 1 national nonfiction best-sellers, including two on the George W. Bush presidency, Bush at War (2002) and Plan of Attack (2004). His first best-seller,...
|2016_DC_NBF_Woodward_160924||23||DC -- Natl Book Festival 2016 -- Bob Woodward|
Bob Woodward has worked for The Washington Post since 1971. He has won nearly every American journalism award, and the Post won the 1973 Pulitzer Prize for his work with Carl Bernstein on the Watergate scandal. In addition, Woodward was the main reporter for the Post’s articles on the...
|2014_DC_LOC_SorensenP_140429||110||Library of Congress -- Ceremony: Herblock Prize (2014): Jen Sorensen -- Presentation|
Jen Sorensen, 2014 Herblock Prize Winner!
March 4, 2014
For Immediate Release
WASHINGTON, DC, March 4, 2014 – Jen Sorensen was named the winner of the 2014 Herblock Prize for editorial cartooning.Sorensen is the first female to win the Prize since it began in 2004.
Jen Sorensen’s cartoons appear...
|2014_DC_LOC_SorensenR_140429||150||Library of Congress -- Ceremony: Herblock Prize (2014): Jen Sorensen -- Reception|
The reception after the formal presentation. Good times had by all!
Folks here include: Jen Sorensen, Bob Woodward, Steve Artley, Mike Jenkins, Joe Sutliff, Clay Bennett, Barbara Dale, Warren Bernard, Matt Wuerker, Mike Rhode, Joe Carabeo, Carolyn Belefski, Nick Galifianakis, Michael Cavna, Tom Toles,...
|2016_MD_Books_AliveP05_160430||80||MD -- Washington Writers Conference (2016) -- Saturday -- Panel: Lunch w/Lifetime Achievement Award to Kitty Kelley, and Keynote speaker: Bob Woodward|
Join the DC literary community and successful authors, agents, and publishers from around the country for the 4th Annual Washington Writers Conference. See why this inspiring and instructive two-day conference has quickly become a leading literary event in the DC area.
Lifetime Achievement Award to...
|2012_DC_Woodward_120613||57||Newseum -- A Conversation with Bob Woodward on the 40th Anniversary of Watergate|
Newseum Special Program: A Conversation with Bob Woodward on the 40th Anniversary of Watergate:
To mark the 40th anniversary of the Watergate break-in, the Newseum will present a special evening program with legendary journalist Bob Woodward, who will talk about his role in reporting the scandal for...
|2009_DC_Future_091024||65||Newseum -- Future of News w/Frank Sesno (Bob Woodward and Bill Buzenberg)|
The Future of News with Frank Sesno: Investigative Journalism: How Will it Survive?
Guests: Bob Woodward and Bill Buzenberg
Bob Woodward, an associate editor at The Washington Post, is one of the country's preeminent investigative reporters and non-fiction authors.
Bill Buzenberg, a former...
|2014_DC_Kalb_141020||113||NPC -- Kalb Report: "Writing History" (w/Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein)|
Bob Woodward, Carl Bernstein and Journalism's Finest Hour
On June 17, 1972 a simple botched break-in at the Democratic National Committee Headquarters in Washington, DC captured the attention of two intrepid reporters who uncovered a trail of corruption that led all the way up to our...
|2017_DC_Bowden_170829||105||Politics & Prose -- Mark Bowden ("Hue 1968") w/Bob Woodward|
Mark Bowden - Hue 1968: A Turning Point of the American War in Vietnam — in conversation with Bob Woodward
Hue, the ancient capital of Vietnam, was the country’s third-largest city in 1968 when it became the center of the Tet Offensive. The North Vietnamese stormed Hue from hidden outposts, surprising...
|2018_DC_Woodward_180927||82||Politics & Prose @ GWU Lisner -- Bob Woodward ("Fear") w/Michael Schmidt|
Bob Woodward - Fear — In conversation with Michael Schmidt at GW Lisner Auditorium
Bob Woodward, one of the most notable journalists and non-fiction authors in the country, is best known for his original news reporting on the Watergate scandal in the 1970s with fellow reporter Carl Bernstein. Since...
|2012_DC_Woodward_121112||87||Politics & Prose @ Sixth & I Historic Synagogue -- Bob Woodward ("Price of Politics") w/Dana Priest|
Bob Woodward in conversation with Dana Priest:
Known since the 1970s for his tenacious reporting, Woodward’s The Price of Politics (Simon & Schuster, $30), shows in full detail how and why today′s major issue is still the economy. With access to key political figures of both parties, Woodward spent...
|2009_DC_Annies_090526||103||Sixth & I -- Steve Luxenberg ("Annie's Ghosts") w/Bob Woodward|
Bob Woodward and Steve Luxenberg: Sixth & I’s Who Do You Think You Are? genealogy series continues with Bob Woodward and Washington Post senior editor Steve Luxenberg discussing the process and implications of applying investigative journalism to family history. In Annie's Ghosts: A Journey into a...
|2007_DC_WP_Authors_070424||63||Washington Post -- Author Night|
Post Authors will include: Marie Arana, Jabari Asim, Benjamin C Bradlee, Rajiv Chandrasekaran, Karen DeYoung, Juliet Eilperin, Pam Constable, Mike Fletcher, Kevin Merida, Michael R Grunwald, Wil Haygood, Stephen Hunter, David Ignatius, Alec Klein, Jay Mathews, Lonnae O'Neal Parker, Tom Ricks, Michelle...
|2016_DC_WP_Transformers0_160518||42||Washington Post -- Coffee @ WaPo -- Transformers (0): Miscellaneous (w/Bob Woodward, Martine Rothblatt, Michael Cavna, and Neely Tucker)|
Science and technology pioneers, business leaders and policymakers gathered in Washington Wednesday to examine advances pushing the boundaries of knowledge, upending industries and dramatically changing everyday life.
Folks here include Michael Cavna, Bob Woodward, Martine Rothblatt (founder of Sirius...
|2020_01_09A1_Iron_Cages_O||141||DC -- Lincoln Cottage -- Event: Opening Reception for our new Art Exhibition, 'Iron Cages'|
Join us at the Opening Reception for our new Art Exhibition, 'Iron Cages'
Featuring Artwork by Incarcerated Artists
Join us on January 9th from 6:30-8:30pm
This January we are partnering with our friends at the Justice Arts Coalition, a national network providing resources for people creating art in... (Partially reviewed)
|2020_01_09A3_Iron_Cages||189||DC -- Lincoln Cottage -- Exhibit: Iron Cages|
New Art Exhibition, 'Iron Cages'
Featuring Artwork by Incarcerated Artists
This January we are partnering with our friends at the Justice Arts Coalition, a national network providing resources for people creating art in and around the US carceral system, to exhibit works of art created... (Partially reviewed)
|2019_12_18D1_August_Virgin||61||AFI -- European Union Film Showcase (2019) -- "August Virgin" (w/Vito Sanz)|
August Virgin, The
Special Features: Q&A with actor Vito Sanz on Dec. 18
[La Virgen De Agosto]
On the verge of turning 33, Eva decides to spend her August in Madrid, where the heat and holiday festivities (las verbenas) drive most locals to abandon the city. From her borrowed flat, and without grand... (Partially reviewed)
|2020_01_06D_Walker||133||DC -- USC/PDC/PDAA -- Vivian S. Walker ("Looking Back to Look Forward: Seventy Years of USACPD Recommendations”)|
"Looking Back to Look Forward: Seventy Years of USACPD Recommendations” featuring Vivian S. Walker, Executive Director of the United States Advisory Commission on Public Diplomacy (USACPD). (Partially reviewed)
|2019_12_31B_Newseum_Closing||158||Newseum -- Closing Day|
The Newseum opened in its Pennsylvania Avenue location on April 11, 2008. Eleven+ years later, it closed, the building having been bought by Johns Hopkins University. The closing wasn't marked by any major public commemoration but staff met after the public were kicked out for a private farewell eve... (Partially reviewed)