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The proof is in: Twitter can be a journalist’s worst enemy

Social media makes it easy for reporters to unburden themselves of their deepest thoughts and opinions.

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Some standout playing, but orchestra struggles at cohesion

Baltirmore Symphony Orchestra fails to impress with concert of Beethoven works.

Showcasing Cartier’s ‘dazzling gems’

Showcasing Cartier’s ‘dazzling gems’

A Hillwood Estate exhibit showcases Marjorie Merriweather Post’s jewelry by Cartier.

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On Love: ‘I fell in love with him the first time I saw him’

On Love: ‘I fell in love with him the first time I saw him’

American bride Juanita McGowen married British groom Guy Snowdon on July 4 at the Jefferson Memorial.

FCC approves Sinclair purchase of Allbritton TV stations

Washington’s WJLA and Newschannel 8 are part of the $985 million deal.

Screaming girls and the scientific arena

Screaming girls and the scientific arena

Boy bands might elicit the Edvard Munch in adults, but there’s a happy explanation for why girls scream.

A soundtrack for celebrities behaving badly at the White House

A soundtrack for celebrities behaving badly at the White House

Basically what we think Snoop Dogg was listening to before he allegedly smoked marijuana in a White House bathroom.

Wynton Marsalis, a man with many musical missions

Wynton Marsalis, a man with many musical missions

The jazz trumpeter, composer, bandleader and educator will bring his artistry to Wolf Trap on July 30.

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WGN’s ‘Manhattan’: Hard to build but easy to bomb

WGN’s ‘Manhattan’: Hard to build but easy to bomb

TV REVIEW | A new fictional drama is set against the real-life race to build America’s first nuclear weapon.

Take a ride through artist Salvatore Scarpitta’s works

Take a ride through artist Salvatore Scarpitta’s works

Hirshhorn exhibition shows cars and other pieces from three distinct periods of his career.

In London, stages are set for pleasure

In London, stages are set for pleasure

A summer sampling of London theater yields a small treasure trove.

‘Never happy’ Woody Allen talks ‘Magic in the Moonlight’

‘Never happy’ Woody Allen talks ‘Magic in the Moonlight’

His comment on satisfaction is about his work; at home, life is tranquil, filled with the comforting sounds of family.

In the galleries: Artist’s pieces show allure of the old

In the galleries: Artist’s pieces show allure of the old

Francie Hester’s distressed, battered artworks evoke the decay of existence.

Festivals: Glimmerglass offers ideas on a shoestring

Festivals: Glimmerglass offers ideas on a shoestring

Francesca Zambello offers an energetic program at Glimmerglass for one-third of WNO’s budget.

Lana del Rey demonstrates how you keep people talking about your new album

Lana del Rey demonstrates how you keep people talking about your new album

Stars candidly talking about their sex life always keeps them in the headlines.

The one thing money can’t always buy: parking in D.C.

The one thing money can’t always buy: parking in D.C.

In historic neighborhoods, homeowners struggle with too many cars and too few spaces.

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