The Washington Post Magazine

Cover & Feature Stories

We’re taking a break: No Magazine July 5

  • We’re taking a break: No Magazine July 5

    We’re taking a break: No Magazine July 5

    Merl Reagle’s crossword will be in the usual spot. And we’ll be back here with the July 12 issue. Happy 4th!

    https://img.washingtonpost.com/rf/image_296h/2010-2019/WashingtonPost/2015/06/17/Magazine/Graphics/C1_wp 062815.jpg 224 296
  • Tiny house, big benefits: Freedom from a mortgage — and stuff

    Tiny house, big benefits: Freedom from a mortgage — and stuff

    Older folks preparing for retirement? Twenty-somethings who want to travel? A small house can work.

    https://img.washingtonpost.com/rf/image_296w/2010-2019/WashingtonPost/2015/06/05/Others/Images/2015-06-05/mmorgan15060336491433494147.jpg 296 197
  • Country house or city house, there’s a way to extend living space outdoors

    Country house or city house, there’s a way to extend living space outdoors

    A rural spread includes a pavilion; a suburban house, a pool; a rowhouse, a pergola. And all have TVs.

    https://img.washingtonpost.com/rf/image_296w/2010-2019/WashingtonPost/2015/05/29/Others/Images/2015-05-29/JohnBoyle081432928829.jpg 296 223

Date Lab

Plate Lab

Where porgy swims with a Mediterranean flair

Where porgy swims with a Mediterranean flair

PLATE LAB | Simple sauce graces grilled whole fish at Cashion’s Eat Place in Adams Morgan.

The Working World

Work Advice: Her face is holding her back, but not the way you think

Work Advice: Her face is holding her back, but not the way you think

This employee believes her expression, plus her introversion and sarcasm, are affecting promotions.

More @Work Advice columns

Dilbert

Dilbert

The comic strip runs weekly in The Washington Post Magazine.

Gene Weingarten’s Below the Beltway

The ‘Why?’ chromosome

The ‘Why?’ chromosome

Unlike so many other journalists, Caitlyn, Gene’s not afraid to ask the tough follow-up questions. So.

Tom Sietsema’s Dining

Mastro’s Steakhouse review: A well-played rendition of a tired song

Mastro’s Steakhouse review: A well-played rendition of a tired song

2 stars | D.C. doesn’t need any more steakhouses, but the latest example of the genre hits several high notes.

Just Asking

Ireland’s ambassador to the U.S. on her lucky assignment

Ireland’s ambassador to the U.S. on her lucky assignment

Anne Anderson on the need for more female ambassadors — and Ireland’s views on our presidential election.

More Just Asking

Mine

Mine: The robe

Mine: The robe

A grandfather’s source of comfort, a grandson’s source of memories

More Mine

Street Smart

Street Smart: Chick & Ruth’s Delly, Annapolis

Street Smart: Chick & Ruth’s Delly, Annapolis

An Annapolis fixture for locals, celebs and lawmakers.

More Street Smart

Apptitude

Not sure where to start with your home design? Try these apps.

Not sure where to start with your home design? Try these apps.

Interior designers find ideas, inspiration and practical help from these tools.

More Apptitude

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.

That man cave is going to cost you.

Here’s what local homeowners say they paid, on average, for popular home improvement projects.

More Crunched