- The Washington Times - Sunday, April 15, 2007

From his heart-wrenching Civil War series to his reverent look at the history of jazz, Ken Burns’ documentaries have earned the filmmaker a warm spot in the hearts of Americans. Tonight at 7, he’ll speak at the Corcoran Gallery of Art (500 17th St. NW) about his award-winning 1998 biopic, “Frank Lloyd Wright,” and the man who inspired it. The talk is part of the Giants of Modernist Architecture Series, which runs through June. Tickets are $40 for members; admission for the general public is $50. Call 202/639-1700, or log onto www.corcoran.org.

Jenny Mayo

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