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Professor Kenneth Goldsmith, who will teach the creative writing class, says he will strictly enforce “a state of distraction” among the students.
Bradlee’s touching tribute brings tears to many.
It’s sweet. It should be a treat. And it could become a scourge as a nation tries to regulate what its increasingly plump citizens can eat.
Tim Carman and Maura Judkis
Advocacy group Oceana finds widespread mislabeling of the shellfish on menus and in stores.
Learn when to give your body (and the people around you) a break.
Weddings & Romance
Their senses of humor may be different, but they had much in common.
The team has a terrific goal keeper and two new forwards to help its chances.
Couple wonder if they should tell relatives about their will’s directive on guardianship of two toddlers.
Helena Andrews and Emily Heil
Sally Quinn entertained friends and family of the late Post editor in her Georgetown home.
In search of wilderness immersion, a father leads a family on a camping-and-rafting trip, with surprising turns.
Home & Garden
The turnip that acts like a radish in salads or a water chestnut in stir-fries.
“Fashion is about dressing according to what’s fashionable. Style is more about being yourself.“
When parents rush to solve problems by trying to fix other people’s behavior, they set their kids up for a long, frustrating, painful battle.
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