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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

Top Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Articles

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  • Greg Kinnear, Katie Holmes to star as JFK, Jackie in upcoming miniseries

     
    What do Greg Kinnear and Katie Holmes have in common? They’ll soon be appearing in “The Kennedys,” the upcoming History channel miniseries about the Democratic royalty. Kinnear (“As Good As it Gets”)” will play John F....
  • The Day New York Cried: Remembering The Death Of Bobby Kennedy

    The Day New York Cried: Remembering The Death Of Bobby Kennedy
    The pall of grief hanging in the air was as oppressive as the heat that had been baking the city for two days. New York and the entire nation remained in a numbed state of shock as reality sunk in that history had repeated itself. Another Kennedy had been...
  • Movie review: Valentino: The Last Emperor -- 4 out of 5 stars

    Movie review: Valentino: The Last Emperor -- 4 out of 5 stars
    He dominated high fashion for 45 years. And when it was time to go, nobody was ever given a curtain call like the epic one his longtime love and partner Giancarlo Giammetti gave Valentino -- a Roman gala that would rival any spectacle from the age of...
  • Boston's Original Chocolate Tour

    Boston's Original Chocolate Tour
    When Boston's Old Town Trolley makes its first stop on Saturdays, the sugar rush starts. The Trolley is boxy, lumbering, and slow but this is a sweet ride. "I'm a "Professor of Chocology", exclaimed Head Tour Driver Ted Galo who leads Boston's Original...
  • Michelle Obama steals the show with fashion

    Changing into an elegant black-and-white Isabel Toledo dress from springy J.Crew pieces Wednesday in London, first lady Michelle Obama showcased her versatility and officially became one of the fab four of the political fashion world in the modern era--...
  • Fashion faceoff: First ladies and second bests

    Fashion faceoff: First ladies and second bests
    With all the fuss over what Michelle Obama wore in Europe over the past several days, it was this weekend's fashion faceoff with French first lady Carla Bruni-Sarkozy in France that everyone awaited. The winner? Obama, by a thread. Here, a review of the...
  • Movie review: The September Issue -- 4 out of 5 stars

    Movie review: The September Issue -- 4 out of 5 stars
    Vogue editor Anna Wintour towers over fashion like a high priestess. "POPE," an acolyte corrects. It is her eye, her favor, that designers seek and retailers worship. Icy and reserved behind her omnipresent Jackie O. sunglasses, the inspiration for...
  • October 20 - Joffrey Ballet

    October 20 - Joffrey Ballet
    Othello Through October 25 Auditorium Theatre of Roosevelt University 50 East Congress Parkway Chicago www.ticketmaster.com www.joffrey.org The Joffrey Ballet has been hailed as America's Ballet Company of Firsts. The Joffrey Ballet's long list of...
  • Congratulations

    Ballet students attending intensive programs Five students of the Red Chair School of Performing Arts in Burbank will be attending summer ballet intensive programs across the United States. They are Faye Bosco, Elizabeth "Lizzy" Briggs, Rose Filichia,...
  • The Great Gorino

    Hello, this is Gore Vidal," the East Egg baritone announced. "Is Richard there?" I stammered a return greeting as the voice continued, "I read your story . . ." and then halted. On a Sunday in the spring of 1982, my article about Vidal's campaign for...
  • A Political Son Who Continued to Rise

    He is etched in America's memory as the little boy in the blue coat and the short pants who saluted the bronze coffin bearing his father, the president, as it passed by him that horrible November day in 1963, his third birthday. He seized our imagination...
  • Gore Vidal's Novel 'Hollywood' Is Just Out, but the Great Curmudgeon Is Not Celebrating

    IT IS DECEMBER, AND THE AIR is a wash of silky light, astringently cool, but sunny enough to allow one to bathe in multiple sensations of warmth. Under white canvas umbrellas in outdoor cafes the beautiful ladies of Rome in their beautiful furs cross...