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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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  • Paul V. Coates – Confidential File, Jan. 7, 1960

     
    Columnist Gets Nosy About First Ladies Every Monday morning, two thin eight-page bulletins find their collective way into my mailbox. Both are called "The Insider's Newsletter." One, on white bond trimmed neatly in blue, is subtitled, "An every Monday...
  • Kitty Kelley and Oprah (And Sinatra. And Nancy Reagan)

     
    Whether Oprah Winfrey likes it or not, Kitty Kelley's biography,"Oprah," is coming to shelves: It'll be in stores on April 13. Kelley has written biographies of some of our era's most fascinating and most famous: Frank Sinatra, Jacqueline Onassis,...
  • Roger Ebert on 'Smash His Camera's' Ron Galella: A national treasure

     
    Talk about karmic connections. I had just started reading Roger Ebert's wonderful essay about Ron Galella, the notoriously relentless paparazzo, who is profiled in the new documentary "Smash His Camera," when I heard the news about the death of J.D.......
  • ABT finds a home for a new 'Nutcracker'

     
    For decades, American Ballet Theatre has stood apart from the numerous ballet companies that bring out the snowflakes and candy canes this time of year, relying on weeks of “Nutcracker” performances to fill the coffers. Though headquartered in New...
  • Ticket Replay: Michelle Obama's buff arms -- a must-have how-to guide

     
    Much talk about the first lady's naked upper arms....
  • Presidential decorating, for better or worse, in 'Dream House: The White House as an American Home'

     
    From the moment in 1800 when John and Abigail Adams moved into a still-unfinished Georgian residence at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. to the day in March when Michelle Obama began tilling a vegetable garden on the South Lawn, the White House has been many...
  • A dreamy night with Mary Costa and 'Sleeping Beauty'

     
    DISNEY'S D23 EXPO Say what you will about the Mouse House, but no Hollywood power holds onto its heritage with the fervor of the Walt Disney Co., which means a lot to the stars and artists of past classics still......
  • 'The Amazing Race': Zev and Justin's heartbreaking exit

     
    I am absolutely devastated. I had intended to write this week's 'Amazing Race' column about the scary fact that most of the contestants couldn't recognize Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis from a photograph (with various competitors saying that she was either a....
  • Nicole Richie gets restraining order against two paparazzi

     
    A Los Angeles judge today granted a temporary restraining order against two paparazzi accused of stalking Nicole Richie and her young children. The restraining order, which was signed by L.A. Superior Court Judge David S. Cunningham III, requires that...
  • Shopping: Gimme Albert Maysles’ eyeglasses!

     
    Albert Maysles, along with his late brother David, directed documentaries such as “Gimme Shelter” and “Grey Gardens” that captured the 1970s-era zeitgeist and set the bar for documentary filmmaking. “Grey Gardens,” which revealed the squalid...
  • 'Grey Gardens': It's style, darlings

    'Grey Gardens': It's style, darlings
    Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis may have been a fashion icon in those perfect sleeveless sheath dresses, oversized sunglasses and triple-strand pearls, but she had nothing on her cousin Edie Bouvier Beale. The improvisational way Beale could tie a scarf --...