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A hotel manager’s lesson about the lap of luxury

It’s a metaphor for people and literal reality for pets, but after that the differences can be few.

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    Thriller writer makes U.S. policy in Africa a page-turner

    Thriller writer makes U.S. policy in Africa a page-turner

    Todd Moss’s new book draws on his experience in the State Dept. to make interagency squabbles thrilling.

    Names & Faces: Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade, Ashlee Simpson, Taylor Swift

    Names & Faces: Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade, Ashlee Simpson, Taylor Swift

    Three celebrity weddings over Labor Day weekend and Taylor Swift signs onto “The Voice.”

    Maroon 5 and Counting Crows: Peak cheese and sincerity

    Maroon 5 and Counting Crows: Peak cheese and sincerity

    New releases from popular artists showcase everything fans might love or detractors detest about the groups.

    More stars react to the massive celebrity-photo leak

    More stars react to the massive celebrity-photo leak

    During a Twitter explosion, Lena Dunham and Seth Rogen voice their support of the leak victims.

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    A poolside broadside against church on same-sex marriage

    A poolside broadside against church on same-sex marriage

    After the Presbyterian church vote on marriage, a churchgoer struggles with criticism of that policy.

    Racy Jennifer Lawrence pictures surface, sparking Internet frenzy amid reports of massive celebrity photo leak

    Racy Jennifer Lawrence pictures surface, sparking Internet frenzy amid reports of massive celebrity photo leak

    Online security for Hollywood stars has become an exceptionally tough challenge -- mostly because leaked pictures are big business.

    TV listings: Monday, September 1, 2014

    TV listings: Monday, September 1, 2014

    Adrien Brody’s ‘Houdini’ premieres on the History Channel, and BBC’s ‘Hinterland’ comes to Netflix.

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    KanKouran delivers riveting show at Lisner Auditorium

    When it comes to Senegalese dancing and percussion, they very much have their act together.

    The ultimate wedding status symbol: POTUS in the house

    The ultimate wedding status symbol: POTUS in the house

    Forget designer dresses or fancy favors -- having the commander in chief at your nuptials is a wedding win. Why the Obamas are hard-to-score guests.

    A hotel manager’s lesson about the lap of luxury

    A hotel manager’s lesson about the lap of luxury

    It’s a metaphor for people and literal reality for pets, but after that the differences can be few.

    Library of Congress announces $200,000 in literacy prizes

    Library of Congress announces $200,000 in literacy prizes

    SMART, Room to Read and Turkey’s Mother Child Education Foundation share awards.

    ‘The Giver’ to ‘The Great Gatsby’: How the movie adaptations stack up to the books that inspired them

    ‘The Giver’ to ‘The Great Gatsby’: How the movie adaptations stack up to the books that inspired them

    The Post’s critics and reviewers share their thoughts in preparation for the National Book Festival’s panel “Great Movies to Great Books.”

    What a font switch says about the future of shopping malls

    What a font switch says about the future of shopping malls

    Tysons Galleria is proposing a redesign for its sign — sleeker, sans serif and more like the Internet.

    Chelsea Clinton leaving NBC News

    Chelsea Clinton leaving NBC News

    The former first daughter announced that she will focus on foundation work and impending parenthood.

    TV listings: Weekend of August 30-31, 2014

    TV listings: Weekend of August 30-31, 2014

    ‘Doctor Who’ runs into a Dalek fleet and Virginia tries to treat a patient on her own on ‘Masters of Sex.’

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