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Posted at 08:30 AM ET, 06/23/2011

Read this: Jose Antonio Vargas, Lindsay Czarniak, Huguette Clark

Vargas (Bonnie Jo Mount)
Jose Antonio Vargas is a storyteller with a compelling story of his own: A journalist who, for years, concealed from his U.S. employers the fact that he is an undocumented immigrant. But there’s also a complicated story-behind-the-story – which was originally supposed to be published by his old employer, The Washington Post. Our colleague Paul Farhi explains.

Czarniak (Bill O'Leary/The Washington Post)
Everyone knew Washington couldn’t hold Lindsay Czarniak for long, and now it’s happened: D.C.’s most likeable sports broadcaster (and half of its cutest couple) just got her big-league promotion. Czarniak’s leaving WRC for ESPN. (Update: Dan Steinberg reviews great moments in Lindsay Czarniak history.)

Reclusive heiress Huguette Clark, who died at 104, left the Corcoran a Monet “Water Lilies,” worth $25 million. Nice! Seems her family had close ties to the D.C. museum (well, 85 years ago…)

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