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Former anti-drug activists reflect on marijuana legalization

They led a parent movement against liberal pot laws in the ‘80s. Now, they worry about effects of D.C’s new law.

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    Urban Bush Women, with energy to burn

    Urban Bush Women, with energy to burn

    A kinetic performance at Rockville’s American Dance Institute brims with passion but strays in narrative focus.

    What I learned about love during my years of reporting on weddings

    What I learned about love during my years of reporting on weddings

    The top two rules: Be there — really there — and practice acceptance.

    5 Minutes with Maria Bartiromo

    5 Minutes with Maria Bartiromo

    The Fox Business Network anchor on her “money honey” moniker, her weekly date with her mom and more.

    For Amber Tamblyn, writing poems about dead actresses was an ‘exorcism’

    For Amber Tamblyn, writing poems about dead actresses was an ‘exorcism’

    The star came away from the draining project with surprisingly candid thoughts on the dangers of fame.

    Let’s talk about Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s fishnet gloves

    Let’s talk about Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s fishnet gloves

    The judicial icon offers an explanation for her style signature, as seen on Time mag’s “100 Most Influential People” issue.

    Why do so many ESPN personalities get suspended?

    Why do so many ESPN personalities get suspended?

    Britt McHenry is just the latest at the “worldwide leader” to get some mandatory time off.

    How Barry Louis Polisar became the king of kids’ music

    How Barry Louis Polisar became the king of kids’ music

    The troubadour of the grade-school circuit celebrates 40 years in the biz. Don’t know his name? Well, you probably know his tune.

    ‘Sábado Gigante’ to end after 53 years on air, Univision confirms

    ‘Sábado Gigante’ to end after 53 years on air, Univision confirms

    The series is the longest-running variety show in the history of television.

    BOLO: Common, Mary J. Blige, and No Doubt will be around this weekend

    The A-listers to be on the lookout for this weekend.

    Former anti-drug activists reflect on marijuana legalization

    Former anti-drug activists reflect on marijuana legalization

    They led a parent movement against liberal pot laws in the ‘80s. Now, they worry about effects of D.C’s new law.

    From Woody to Lead Belly, the master of Smithsonian Folkways

    From Woody to Lead Belly, the master of Smithsonian Folkways

    Nobody knows one of the world’s most important record collections like archivist Jeff Place.

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    Wandering from the straight path of clarity, it’s still full of powerful art

    Wandering from the straight path of clarity, it’s still full of powerful art

    An exhibit invoking Dante’s “Divine Comedy” at the African Art Museum lacks clarity, but it’s a worthy ride.

    Robert Plant, Alison Krauss, Lucinda Williams on loving Lead Belly

    Robert Plant, Alison Krauss, Lucinda Williams on loving Lead Belly

    Acclaimed group of musicians to perform at Kennedy Center tribute to the famed bluesman.

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