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Artist lofts give talent room to bloom

(MIKE MORGAN / FOR THE WASHINGTON POST)

  • Artist lofts give talent room to bloom

    Artist lofts give talent room to bloom

    To encourage out-of-the-box thinking, 4 D.C.-area buildings have set aside light-filled, affordable spaces where creativity flourishes.

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  • A ‘Top Chef’ and his dream party space

    A ‘Top Chef’ and his dream party space

    Bart Vandaele of Belga Cafe is king of a castle with a “dining terrace” that has room for 40 tables, plus an area for sunbathing.

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  • Home & Design: The revival of a Georgian manor

    Home & Design: The revival of a Georgian manor

    D.C. owner of Virginia plantation home followed historic requirements to preserve plantation house.

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Tom Sietsema’s Dining & Plate Lab

Tom’s top 10: Partisan is No. 8

Tom’s top 10: Partisan is No. 8

To celebrate Tom Sietsema’s 15th Fall Dining Guide, we’re feeding you his favorites early, one taste at a time.

Plate Lab: Venezuelan arepas, Hot Pockets on steroids

Plate Lab: Venezuelan arepas, Hot Pockets on steroids

The stuffed, savory corn cakes are a popular, all-hours street food.

The Working World

@Work Advice: Stranger danger and textual innuendo

@Work Advice: Stranger danger and textual innuendo

How to handle a troubling Web search and an embarrassingly misdirected text.

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Dilbert

Dilbert

The comic strip runs weekly in The Washington Post Magazine.

Gene Weingarten’s Below the Beltway

Weingarten: Snooting our own horn

Weingarten: Snooting our own horn

Washington is almost as snobby as San Francisco? Oh, no. We are much snobbier.

Just Asking

What’s it feel like to give away millions?

What’s it feel like to give away millions?

Jean Case talks about the mission of helping others — and doing the wave in the office

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Mine

Mine: The burn mark

Mine: The burn mark

The arm of the new sofa bore the burn mark from a cigarette, but it was special, nonetheless.

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Street Smart

Street Smart: What to do in Swampoodle

Street Smart: What to do in Swampoodle

“Swampoodle” — whose name was derived from a journalist’s description of the area as “swampy” and awash in “puddles” — was the heart of Washington’s Irish immigrant community in the mid-19th century.

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Apptitude

‘Zombies, Run!’ for your health

‘Zombies, Run!’ for your health

This app will challenge you to find out whether you could outrun the undead.

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Second Glance, Crossword & Crunched

Second Glance: September 28, 2014.

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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