The Agenda

What to Look Out
for This Week

Words by

Ethan Thomas

Published

April 13, 2020

Cultural events calendar for the week of April 13th, 2020

Monday, 4/13

The House of Kennedy

In Bookstores

The Kennedys are one of the most well-known family names in American history and their decades- and even generations-long stories are told eloquently here by James Patterson. The family is known to have been raised to take risks and excel, living by the dual family mottos: “To whom much is given, much is expected” and “Win at all costs.” And while they win, it’s also at the absolute greatest cost.

$20.28 at Amazon

Tuesday, 4/14

Masked Prey

In Bookstores

The latest thriller by New York Times-bestselling author John Sandford is the last in a 30-book set of the Lucas Davenport stories planned by Sandford. The adventurous story is set around Davenport investigating a radical group's blog targeting the children of U.S. politicians. This is destined to be a rip-roaring thriller that will easily keep you enthralled while you stay indoors.

$17.49 at Amazon

Friday, 4/17

Selah and the Spades

Friday, 4/17

Selah and
the Spades

Streaming on Amazon Prime

This Amazon original is getting rave reviews for a movie that falls into the “High School Teenager Drama” category. It's about a senior at a premier Pennsylvania boarding school, where she leads a faction of students called the Spades who sell drugs to other students, and she's searching for someone to replace her when she graduates. Filled with tension and high style, the Sundance drama will not disappoint.

Watch the trailer | 93% Fresh on Rotten Tomatoes | Add to your list

Friday, 4/17

Too Hot to Handle

Friday, 4/17

Too Hot
to Handle

Streaming on Netflix

If you're looking for some trashy reality TV to kill time (or going through “Love Is Blind” withdrawals), this new one from Netflix should do the trick. Ten toned singles are dropped into paradise for what they think will be your average dating competition. The twist? They have to give up all kissing, “heavy petting” and “self-gratification of any kind” to take home the $100,000 grand prize.

Watch the trailer | Add to your list

Saturday, 4/18

The Air Jordan 6 DMP

Available at 10 am EDT

DMP stands for the “Defining Moments Pack” that included two previous shoes. Those being the Air Jordan VI and XI, which were first released way back in 2006. All to pay respects to the GOAT, Michael Jordan, as he set the standard for greatness in basketball. Fourteen years after the initial release of the DMP, this version is honoring the first ring won by Jordan in 1991, featuring the similar colorway of the shoes released back in '06.

$200 at Nike

NOTE: Items featured in this story are independently selected by the editorial team. Purchasing via our links may earn Valet. a portion of the sale, which helps fund our editorial mission.

The Smart Way
to Start Your Day

The Daily Valet. is your cheat sheet to what you need to know right now. Never feel caught off guard again.

More from
the Series

Advertisement