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Sunday, August 19, 2007

SOMETHING NEW: Starting next week, The Washington Post will publish a new section on Sundays called Style & Arts. It will combine the best of our arts and culture journalism into a single package, as well as add features that expand and enhance our coverage. Pulitzer Prize-winning fashion writer Robin Givhan will bring her smart, passionate voice to culture, in all its facets, in a new column. Regular pages will be devoted to theater, music, visual arts, film, television, digital arts and dance. KidsPost will be part of the mix, too. Local and national artists will often contribute work to a special "Studio" page.

As part of this change, two regular Sunday features are moving to different days -- The Reliable Source to Mondays and The Style Invitational to Saturdays.

You'll find the Style & Arts section in front of the Sunday Source, Travel and Book World sections, and online at washingtonpost.com/style. There will no longer be separate Style and Arts sections, but we trust that you'll find the new section an exciting, enlightening addition to the Sunday paper.


More From Style

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Blogs

Style writers riff on pop music, comics and other topics.

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Advice

Get words of wisdom from Carolyn Hax, Ask Amy, Miss Manners and more.

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Reliable Source

Columnists Amy Argetsinger and Roxanne Roberts dish dirt on D.C.

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