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It had seemed such a fun goal: Eat at every restaurant in Bethesda. Hoo boy.

(Scott Suchman / For The Washington Post)

  • It had seemed such a fun goal: Eat at every restaurant in Bethesda. Hoo boy.

    It had seemed such a fun goal: Eat at every restaurant in Bethesda. Hoo boy.

    Family’s resolution to get to know the tastes of their city may lead to resolution to lose weight.

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  • Three audacious women before audacious was in

    Three audacious women before audacious was in

    They didn’t need a movement or a support group. Ehrman, Bernstein and Wald simply worked to the top.

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  • Super Fly: At DC’s Chateau nightclub, the moves have never stopped

    Super Fly: At DC’s Chateau nightclub, the moves have never stopped

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  • Language barriers

    Language barriers

    We leave a trail of linguistic fingerprints, but as potential evidence to a crime, is it reliable?

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Plate Lab

Head cheese is attracting more fans, who are tres aware it isn’t cheese

Head cheese is attracting more fans, who are tres aware it isn’t cheese

PLATE LAB | Whatever you call the dish, it’s an easy way to participate in the nose-to-tail dining movement.

The Working World

@Work Advice: This salaried worker is being docked for ‘undertime’

@Work Advice: This salaried worker is being docked for ‘undertime’

Also, should a mandatory orientation count as work time?

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Dilbert

Dilbert

The comic strip runs weekly in The Washington Post Magazine.

Gene Weingarten’s Below the Beltway

Tom Sietsema’s Dining

Pinea review: New W Hotel restaurant needs tastes you can count on

Pinea review: New W Hotel restaurant needs tastes you can count on

1.5 stars | Inconsistency is the most reliable feature of the cooking at Barry Koslow’s new perch.

Just Asking

Just Asking: Bonnie J. Berger

Just Asking: Bonnie J. Berger

The presiding minister of hundreds of same-sex weddings reflects on the emotions and awe

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Mine

Mine: The labels

Mine: The labels

Bits of her father’s printing summed up his life and touched her heart.

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Street Smart

Street Smart: What to do in Middleburg

Street Smart: What to do in Middleburg

With more than a hundred equestrian events within a 50-mile radius, Middleburg, Va., has been the nation’s horse and hunt capital for more than a century.

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Apptitude

Apptitude: iExit helps make the most of your road trip

Apptitude: iExit helps make the most of your road trip

Never miss a Wendy’s or Sheetz again with this locator and planning app.

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Second Glance, Crossword & Crunched

Second Glance

Find the 12 differences between the original photograph, top, and the altered photograph, center. Answers at bottom. (Degree of difficulty: advanced.) For more Second Glance puzzles, click here.

Sunday Crossword

Merl Reagle’s crossword puzzle appears weekly in The Washington Post Magazine.

Why no one laughs at your lawyer jokes

In Washington, lawyers make up a greater portion of the workforce than in any other big city.

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