Youth development organization Brainfood is opening a stand at Union Market

The nonprofit will employ recent program graduates and sell produce, snacks and condiments.

    Style

    The fantasy of China: Why the new Met exhibition is a big, beautiful lie

    The first thing to accept about “China: Through The Looking Glass,” is that it is not meant to be a critical assessment of the fashion industry’s non-fiction, politically correct relationship with China’s culture, history or its people.

    Magazine

    WASHINGTON, DC - MARCH, 17: One of the recently redecorated rooms of the French Ambassador's residence. 2015. (Photo by Mike Morgan/For The Washington Post)

    The French ambassador’s residence reigns and rocks

    A diplomatic redesign at the French ambassador’s Kalorama digs marries tradition with modernity.

    Food

    WASHINGTON, DC- APRIL 29, 2015: Chesapeake Blue Crab Pie, Chesapeake Red Crab Pie photographed in Washington, DC (Photo by Deb Lindsey For The Washington Post).

    Crab pies built for two

    SHOPPING CART | Little pies with a lot to offer for local seafood lovers.

    Wellness

    FD/STUDIO Washington Post Studio DATE: 5/30/02 PHOTO: Julia Ewan/TWP CAPTION: Snap peas.

    Menu in a rut? Here are 11 ways to freshen things up.

    If you find yourself in a diet rut, these healthful swaps will spice things up.

    Weddings & Romance

    Missy and Padtraig(Pat) at Restaurant Eve 4/4/15

    Two charmers with a lust for life

    DATE LAB | Does the spark at first sight last all evening for these daters?

    KidsPost

    WASHINGTON, D.C.-- MARCH 2015: HANDOUT IMAGE: Destiny Bey, right, and Rotimi Fagbohun look at insects in the Cabinet of Wonder at the Brian Selznick exhibit at the Martin Luther King Library in Washington. (Photo by Evy Mages)

    D.C. library celebrates author and illustrator Brian Selznick

    “The Invention of Hugo Cabret” author to visit the exhibit that showcases his visual storytelling.

    Advice

    Carolyn Hax: Stop worrying about pleasing a pair of big egos

    A woman separating from a self-absorbed husband is afraid to tell her self-absorbed sister about it.

    Reliable Source

    Tammy Haddad and husband Ted Greenberg are splitting

    The power couple has been married for nearly 25 years.

    Fashion

    With that dress, Beyoncé made us look. But what did we actually see?

    STYLE BLOG | There was no “there” there, figuratively and almost literally, in her see-through gown.

    Home & Garden

    SAN FRANCISCO, CA - DECEMBER 10:  A Recology holds a hanful of compost made from collected compostable materials at the Recology transfer station on December 10, 2010 in San Francisco, California. One year after the San Francisco board of supervisors passed the nation's strictest recycling law, the residents of San Francisco have composts more than any other city in the country, with a 200 percent one year jump in composting. The city has also achieved a better than expected 77 percent diversion from landfill goal that was set at 75 percent by 2010, the nation's highest for any city.  (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

    Why manure rules in the garden

    From bird droppings to worm castings, it all ends up in the earth, to the benefit of plants that grow there.

    Parenting

    Why I quit my job after two months

    I was leaving my house at 7 a.m. and returning at 5 p.m. Those rigid requirements simply weren’t going to work.