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Nigerian film industry is second-largest in the world
A photographer’s obsession with the beach runs deep
Former college friend copied from letter-writer’s profile; recruiter barraged by candidates
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They both like sports. But while he’s an adventurer, she’d rather sit on the sidelines. Will it be a deal-breaker?
Gene Weingarten's Below the Beltway
Gene defends orthographic freedom
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Warm up your puzzle-solving skills for the annual brain-boggling contest with this test teaser. And get ready for the main event Sunday, June 2, 2013.
Tom Sietsema's Dining
The restaurant’s moniker was chosen because it’s “simple, clean,” which also applies to the food.
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This ancient Chinese dance chases away evil spirits--as long as you don’t fake the moves
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Thanks to spring runways from Gucci and Paul Smith, men can reveal their true colors.
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Find the 12 differences between the original photograph and the altered photograph.
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Food critic Tom Sietsema shares his personal list of the best fall flavors in the Washington area.
More than a thousand tweeted jokes to us, penned essays and 156 sent photos. Here are the best and a few honorable mentions in each category.
Creativity, topicality and a keen eye for detail — as well as a sweet tooth — were keys to success for the winners of our sixth annual Peeps Diorama Contest.
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