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Get ready, Washington. You're about to fall head over heels for the Nationals' newest star, outfielder Bryce Harper.
Home & Design: Trucking along: A couple's life migrates between city and country (Post, March 6, 2011)
Reaching for the stars: W.Va. billionaire Jim Justice's mission to restore the Greenbrier resort to glory (Post, March 6, 2011)
Roads to the Capitol: Six new members of Congress on their personal journeys (Post, February 27, 2011)
Book Excerpt: Space Odyssey: Scientists go to the extremes of the earth to divine the secrets of extraterrestrial life. (Post, February 27, 2011)
Education Review: Eight ways to get higher education into shape (Post, February 20, 2011)
What happens when mean girls grow up? (Post, February 20, 2011)
Main Character: Richard Peabody has devoted his life to Washington's writers. At what cost? (Post, February 13, 2011)
The Art of Attraction: James Norton wants to take guys on an epic journey of personal growth and picking up chicks (Post, February 13, 2011)
The hunt is on: Today's bounty hunters rely on technology more than muscle (Post, February 6, 2011)
On with the snow: Wisconsin's grueling "Birkie" ski competition (Post, February 6, 2011)
Gene and the Machine: The shocking truth about the electric Volt (Post, January 30, 2011)
When weird is wonderful: A sideshow husband-and-wife team on and off-stage (Post, January 30, 2011)
The 'Science' of Success: John Brenkus's hit sports show is part of a locally grown media franchise (Post, January 23, 2011)
The Chameleon: An undercover agent gives animal smugglers a run for their money (Post, January 23, 2011)
After prison, building a new life means more than just doing right (Post, January 16, 2011; 6:46 PM)
Music where they live: Singer Mary McBride's unconventional tour (Post, January 16, 2011)
Dave Barry's Year in Review: Why 2010 Made Us Sick (Post, January 2, 2011)
Lives Remembered: Manute Bol (1962-2010): He was a great shot blocker, but off the court his reach was far longer (Post, December 26, 2010)
Lives Remembered: Lt. Brendan Looney (1981-2010): For him, 'brother' meant more than blood (Post, December 26, 2010)
: We let a wolf in': He seemed like the perfect preacher -- until his flock discovered his murder conviction. (Post, December 19, 2010)
One-joke town: Can comics hit the big time in Washington? (Post, December 19, 2010)
Kicked around: Inside football's loneliest position. (Post, December 12, 2010)
Show of Farce: On the HuffPost bus to the Stewart/Colbert rally (Post, December 12, 2010)
Being 10 in 2010: Monnik Williams and LaDaysha Lucas (Post, December 5, 2010)
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