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In the good old days, sibling rivalry meant murder and mayhem. Cain offed Abel. King Henry I of England warred against his older brother Robert. But primogeniture ain’t what it used to be: Now, brothers support each other. Dizzy and Daffy Dean pitched the St. Louis Cardinals to the 1934 World Series. Jesse James encouraged Frank James’ criminal aspirations. And Bernard and Marvin Kalb have succeeded in journalism without stabbing each other in the back—no mean feat in the television news business. Bernard, a former CBS and NBC correspondent, interviews his younger brother, also a former CBS and NBC correspondent, about Marvin’s career and new book, The Nixon Memo. See the Brothers K at 6 p.m. in the Department of Agriculture’s Jefferson Auditorium, 14th & Independence Ave. SW. $18. (202) 357-3030. (David Plotz)