Update: Altria Theater seating for Michelle Obama at The Richmond Forum has sold-out. Seating at $30 for simulcast tickets at the Carpenter Center at Dominion Energy Center is still available.
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Former First Lady Michelle Obama is headed to Richmond in March as part of the Richmond Forum speaker series.
Sales for Michelle Obama’s memoir “Becoming” continue to skyrocket. According to publisher Penguin Random House, the book has sold more than 10 million copies — including hardcover, audiobooks and e-books — since its November release. That puts it near the top, if not the pinnacle, of all-time memoir sales.
The woman who charmed hearts across the country several years ago when she danced with President Barack Obama and later declared "I can die smiling now" turned 110 years old Tuesday.
WASHINGTON - Justin Philip was back in line for the second time that day, waiting for another chance to snap a selfie with Kehinde Wiley's portrait of Barack Obama.
As Michelle Obama's highly anticipated memoir "Becoming" arrives, it's clear that the former first lady is occupying a space in the culture beyond politics. With an arena book tour featuring A-list special guests, she seems to exist in the middle ground between two icons she calls friends, Oprah Winfrey and Beyoncé Knowles-Carter. Her approach is short of Winfrey's full-on confessional style but goes further than the guarded intimacy of Knowles-Carter's art and performances.
Twenty-one months after she left the White House, Michelle Obama is returning to public life feeling purposeful and invigorated. She launched, within weeks, high-profile social initiatives on voting and girls education while preparing for a mega-book tour unlike any book tour, well, ever.
Former first lady Michelle Obama largely stepped out of the public eye after January 2017. She vacationed, she read novels, she spent time wit…
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