Kensington Park Senior Living invites you to join us in person for a presentation from Bob Levey, prize-winning journalist who has covered the Washington scene since the Johnson Administration.
For 23 years, he wrote a daily column, “Bob Levey’s Washington,” for The Washington Post. The column looked at all aspects of life in the nation’s capital. It won major awards from the Society of Professional Journalists and the Washington Journalism Review.
In Bob’s presentation at Kensington Park, he will share and reflect on his collaborations with Ben Bradlee, Woodward and Bernstein and Katharine Graham, as well as many other Post luminaries of the 1960s through the 2000s.
Levey will also introduce —and plan to sell and sign copies of—his novel, LARRY FELDER, CANDIDATE, the story of a famous Washington newspaper columnist who abandons journalism to run for Congress in the Eighth District of Maryland. Larry’s path gets immensely complicated by love, corruption, the unexpected and those awful monsters known as newspaper reporters. But the good guys win in the end. Read more on Levey’s novel visiting www.bobleveypublishing.com.