Anne Kenderdine

Washington, D.C.

Multiplatform editor

Education: Haverford College, BA in English

Anne Kenderdine is a multiplatform editor for The Washington Post.
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In Vermont, gliding along on natural ice

Lake Morey Resort in Fairlee, Vt., is home to one of the longest groomed and monitored skating loops in the country.

February 11, 2022

Roger Bannister, barrier-busting miler who broke four-minute mark, dies at 88

He was a medical student when he achieved the sports milestone in 1954, electrifying his native England during its post-World War II doldrums.

March 4, 2018

John B. Anderson, fiery independent candidate in 1980 presidential race, dies at 95

He cultivated a freethinking reputation during his 20 years in the House of Representatives.

December 4, 2017

Ken Forsse, inventor of Teddy Ruxpin talking toy bear, dies at 77

Two decades before smartphones and tablets absorbed Americans with virtual social interaction, the plush bear Teddy Ruxpin arrived in 1985 for $70 as a portable, huggable pal that warbled songs such a...

April 3, 2014

Please, Oscars, ‘Let It Go’ before bedtime

I asked the Academy if they'd tell me when Idina Menzel would perform at the Oscars. They said, basically, "Actually, we're not." But this is what we need.

February 27, 2014

The 4 easiest Valentine’s Day food ideas for kids

Some Valentine's Day recipes just say they're really easy to do. These actually are.

February 12, 2014

Five tips to get kids to focus on homework

Homework can be a tough job for both kids and parents. Here are tips to help your child focus and get it done -- well.

January 27, 2014

Santa Claus, EDM and fire-dancing, together at last

Forget Scuba Santa. Forget water-skiing Santa. This is Dance Afire Santa.

December 20, 2013

By the numbers: Tom Sietsema’s Fall Dining Guide 2013

Eight restaurants, all recent openings, are being reviewed with a star rating for the first time.

October 10, 2013

Tom Sietsema’s Spring Dining Guide by the numbers

Which restaurant made the biggest jump? Which restaurant took the biggest fall? And in which restaurant are you least likely to hear yourself think? <br>• <u><a href="http://www.washingtonpost.com/sf/spring-dining-guide-2013/we-meet-again/">Tom Sietsema's 2013 Spring Dining Guide</a></u>

May 17, 2013