Other interesting stories in The Washington Post:
Motor racing fans, take note: Danica Patrick, NASCAR’s new heartthrob, is divorcing her husband of seven years, Paul Hospenthal, a much-older physical therapist, reports The Early Lead. (From last year: Danica Patrick, celebvocate)
Is Nate Silver smarter than a middle schooler? Not this one! Meet Sophia McCrimmon, the Mechanicsville, Va., eighth grader who won the In the Loop presidential election contest by correctly predicting Obama’s electoral college tally.
Where is “a lot of time is spent bemoaning the attention paid to the difficulties in Rihanna’s personal life while simultaneously exploiting them”? Why, on Rihanna’s new CD, naturally, according to critic Allison Stewart.
And did you know that one of the founders of Chop’t — the $10 salad emporium that’s cropping up in every business district — is the nephew of legendary Hollywood producer-playboy Robert Evans?
Looking for Tuesday’s Reliable Source? Start here: Miss D.C. Allyn Rose on her decision to opt for a double mastectomy after Miss America pageant