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The new sophisticated look for men: Street meets suit

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  • The new sophisticated look for men: Street meets suit

    The new sophisticated look for men: Street meets suit

    As cities energize, the formerly “urban” aesthetic becomes “urbane,”

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  • The bike whisperer

    The bike whisperer

    When Washington cyclists need their bikes fitted, they seek out Smiley.

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  • Washington: Collegetown, U.S.A.

    Washington: Collegetown, U.S.A.

    Every fall, new college students from across the country and the world pour into Washington. Seven D.C. universities provided The Post a detailed dossier on 7,200 freshmen. (American University declined to participate.) These students hail from six continents and every state. Among them are one Nicaraguan, three North Dakotans, 23 Nigerians, 786 New Yorkers. This mosaic shows where Washington gets much of its young brainpower.

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Date Lab

A date that was meant to be?

A date that was meant to be?

They knew immediately that they had something — or someone — in common.

Tom Sietsema’s Dining & Plate Lab

Three dining guide near-misses

Three dining guide near-misses

Experiences at Buck’s, Eve and Vermilion show why they didn’t make Tom Sietsema’s annual fall collection.

Plate Lab: A warming dish of ‘noodles’

Plate Lab: A warming dish of ‘noodles’

Ron Tanaka’s squash and celery root salad at Thally employs deep spices, tart yogurt and the punch of ginger.

The Working World

@Work Advice: When your co-workers won’t discuss pay

@Work Advice: When your co-workers won’t discuss pay

A female engineer suspects she’s paid less than the men. What are her alternatives?

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Dilbert

Dilbert

The comic strip runs weekly in The Washington Post Magazine.

Just Asking

Just Asking Marcin Gortat: Wizard and president?

Just Asking Marcin Gortat: Wizard and president?

Washington’s tough-nosed center reflects on his $60 million contract and the beautiful women of Poland.

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Mine

Mine: The bracelet

Mine: The bracelet

The band each man wore on his wrist stood for so much. And always would.

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Street Smart

Street Smart: What to do in Falls Church

Street Smart: What to do in Falls Church

One advantage of the oft-maligned 25-mph speed limit on this stretch of Broad Street in Falls Church is that it forces you to slow down and consider the wide variety of shops, bars and galleries nestled here.

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Apptitude

Apptitude: Citymapper gets travelers where they’re going

Apptitude: Citymapper gets travelers where they’re going

By foot, mass transport or jetpack, app tries to have you covered.

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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.

Crunched:

Deepthought2’s deep thoughts

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