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The long, sad saga of the National Children’s Museum

(Andrew Harnik / for The Post)

  • The long, sad saga of the National Children’s Museum

    The long, sad saga of the National Children’s Museum

    After closing at National Harbor, the museum begins a new chapter — and an old search — back in Washington.

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  • Nothing to cry about

    Nothing to cry about

    One man’s crusade for the acceptance of men in tears

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  • The actress who got the FDA’s attention…too late

    The actress who got the FDA’s attention…too late

    A graphic tale of how Allison Hayes, star of the 1950s B-movie “Attack of the 50 Foot Woman,” created a legacy with the FDA.

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Plate Lab

Plate Lab: Dumplings, and more

Plate Lab: Dumplings, and more

Shanghai-style soup dumplings burst with broth along with the filling.

The Working World

@Work Advice: When your boss gives you a phone

@Work Advice: When your boss gives you a phone

Employer-issued smartphone convenience comes at a price, often measured in the loss of your privacy.

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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

Just Asking

Just Asking: Rhea Suh’s big leap

Just Asking: Rhea Suh’s big leap

The president of the Natural Resources Defense Council on blue skies and great park rangers

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Mine

Mine: The scarf

Mine: The scarf

Once she left it in a cab, she figured her scarf was gone forever.

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Street Smart

Street Smart: what to do in Greenbelt

Street Smart: what to do in Greenbelt

Established in 1937, Greenbelt was a New Deal product, a planned community that emphasized co-op businesses as well as a connection with nature through green public space.

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Apptitude

Apptitude: Going somewhere? Ask a local.

Apptitude: Going somewhere? Ask a local.

Travel start-up Localeur relies on locals in a dozen cities to let travelers in on the best places.

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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: moderate.) For more Second Glance puzzles, click here.

Sunday Crossword

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

Where D.C. felons are serving time

If you’re sentenced in D.C. you can be imprisoned almost anywhere in the United States

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