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Three people creating the new Washington

(Brad Howell / For The Washington Post)

  • Three people creating the new Washington

    Three people creating the new Washington

    Selling Washington worldwide, making the city a playground, designing the future office.

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  • The rhythm of  the city: Meridian Hill drum circle

    The rhythm of the city: Meridian Hill drum circle

    As Washington changes, so does it. But the magical beats never stop.

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  • Faces from the frontier: Central American kids in D.C.

    Faces from the frontier: Central American kids in D.C.

    Thousands of Central American children recently made the journey to reach family in the Washington area.

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Tom Sietsema’s Dining & Plate Lab

Tom Sietsema’s FAQs: How does he do it?

Tom Sietsema’s FAQs: How does he do it?

The Post food critic on his strategies and philosophy of restaurant reviewing.

Plate Lab: Georgian cheese bread

Plate Lab: Georgian cheese bread

Khachapuri is made with cheese, eggs and butter. What’s not to like?

The Working World

No good way to say it

No good way to say it

Thoughts on deflecting—or not firing—casual insults.

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Dilbert

Dilbert

The comic strip runs weekly in The Washington Post Magazine.

Gene Weingarten’s Below the Beltway

Writing for dummies

Writing for dummies

Our columnist expounds on the seventh-grade reading level. Or it is the fifth-grade level?

Just Asking

Jair Lynch’s building blocks

Jair Lynch’s building blocks

One of DC’s top developers--and an Olympic athlete--on Legos and Washington’s chronic problem.

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Mine

A photo of a blind toddler caught his attention

A photo of a blind toddler caught his attention

As an ocularist, he was fascinated by the “cabinet card” of an African American girl who had only one eye.

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Street Smart

Street Smart: What to do in Petworth

Street Smart: What to do in Petworth

Despite becoming a flourishing hot spot for 20-something creatives, single professionals and young families, Petworth’s rich sense of community remains palpable.

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Apptitude

Apptitude: Big Mother is watching you

Apptitude: Big Mother is watching you

Glympse lets you keep track of friends, fellow travelers and teens.

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Second Glance, Crossword & Crunched

Second Glance

Find the 12 differences between the original photograph and the altered photograph.

Sunday Crossword

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

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