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Posted at 02:25 PM ET, 06/23/2012

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Sachiko Kuno and Ryuji Ueno at their newly purchased Evermay Estate on April 3, 2012. (Linda Davidson/The Washington Post)

Sachiko Kuno and Ryuji Ueno somehow never realized that, in buying not one but two of the biggest historic properties in Georgetown, they’d be the subject of fascination. But now they are, and our colleague Annie Gowen attempts to peel back some of the mystery around these quiet Japanese scientists. Where does the money come from? Why do they keep collecting houses? (No, they did not buy a one just for their cats, contrary to the rumors.) And do they even have time to enjoy them? Meanwhile, Jura Koncius goes inside one of the estates, Evermay, to witness the couple’s elaborate restoration. (Biotech tyocoons who bought Evermay retain aura of mystery, 6/24/12; Historic Evermay, $22 million guesthouse, 6/24/12)


(Marcio Jose Sanchez/AP)
The cameras will find Lolo Jones,” writes Rick Maese. The glamorous hurdler is a longshot for the US Olympic team but the celebrity of the field, awash in sponsorships and media buzz, ever since she announced that she’s a virgin at 29. (Lolo Jones seeks perfect finish to her unique story, 6/23/12)


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