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Titanic: 3D movie meets historical underwater mystery

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At the 100th anniversary of the the Titanic’s historic sinking is commemorated in 2012 by the re-release of the popular movie in 3D (the movie review) about thos events. Here’s a look at actors Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio then and now. The anniversary also brings up lots of opportunities to check out the real-life artifacts of Titanic brought up from underwater. There is also lots of interest in James Cameron’s dive to the bottom of the sea.


Frampton wins IBF super-bantam title off Martinez

Carl Frampton won the IBF super-bantamweight belt from Kiko Martinez of Spain by unanimous decision before an ecstatic home crowd of 16,000 in a purpose-built outdoor arena in the Titanic Quarter on Saturday.

Report: Redskins merchandise sales plummeted in past year

However, some of the numbers paint a murkier picture.


RadioShack is seeking financial rescue. Can redesigned stores help save it?

(Linda Davidson / The Washington Post)

Radioshack is making its stores more interactive. Is it enough to save a company whose stock is worth less than a dollar?

Miss America contestants dine at Carmine’s: no carbs… until dessert!

The tiara-wearing women destroyed some banana splits during their D.C. visit.


Thomas Boswell: These Nats might be boring and lack star power, but they win

(Jonathan Newton / The Washington Post)

From top down, the Nationals are an organization allergic to controversy. It might be boring, but there can be no doubting its effectiveness.

Redskins will be better in 2014, but they won’t make the playoffs

(Patrick Smith / Getty Images)

Here are three reasons why the Redskins will be much better than they were last year and two reasons why their improvements won’t be enough to get them into the postseason.

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Long a neglected and underutilized area of Washington, the Southwest Waterfront has become the next big thing.


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