Other interesting stories in The Washington Post:
After four years, the Rihanna and Chris Brown drama feels like our mistake as much as theirs, writes Chris Richards. “Because she never appeared to grasp the significance of his brutality. Because he never came across as truly sorry for it.” So he urges us to go cold turkey on them since “even saying their names feels like complicity” — and there lies the genius of this essay, if you read it carefully. Meanwhile, check out the Grammys liveblog and Chris Richards’ story of Grammys night. Also: what everyone wore.
Get to know Wizards forward Nene: The poor Brazilian kid who learned to play in duct-taped shoes and could barely speak English when he was catapulted to NBA riches, and then at 25 was diagnosed with cancer that had he and his wife wondering if they’d ever have children — OMG did they? We won’t spoil the movie for you. Go read Michael Lee’s story for yourself.
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