METRO Inside Prince George's, By Lisa Frazier
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Linda Frazier Lisa Frazier has written about Prince George's County since July 1995, when she joined The Washington Post as a reporter covering the county's schools. In January 1999, she began her new role as a columnist for the Prince George's Extra, sharing with readers her insight about the politics, people and life in one of Washington's largest suburbs. She can be reached at (301) 952-2083 or by e-mail at frazierl@washpost.com.

Latest Columns
Amid the Sorrow, September Brings Hope for the Future (Post, Sept. 12, 2002)

A Long-Awaited Arrival (Post, March 8, 2001)

Appointing School Board Members May Not Cure Troubles (Post, March 1, 2001)

Ordinary People, Extraordinary Acts (Post, Feb. 22, 2001)

Helping the Homeless Bridge the Technology Gap (Post, Feb. 15, 2001)

For Three First-Grade Pupils, Doorway to College Is Open (Post, Feb. 8, 2001)

Restaurant Park's Future in Question As Sale Looms for BET Soundstage (Post, Feb. 1, 2001)

Possible Conspiracy Aside, Blame Belongs to Jackson (Post, Jan. 25, 2001)

Tennis Stars' Stunning Photos Break Beauty Standard (Post, Jan. 18, 2001)

Death of 'Miss Mac' Leaves a Void in Lives of Those She Touched (Post, Jan. 11, 2001)

A New Ray of Hope Emerges For County's Public Schools (Post, Jan. 4, 2001)

The Holidays Are No Blessing for All; Many Find Stress Too Much to Bear (Post, Dec. 21, 2000)

Constant Fear Detracts From Quality of Life (Post, Dec. 14, 2000)

Routine Exam Results in Alarming Diagnosis (Post, Dec. 7, 2000)

Etiquette Lessons From a Champion of Table Manners (Post, Nov. 23, 2000)

Former Drug Dealer Finds His Focus: Helping Others (Post, Nov. 9, 2000)

In Bowie, 'White Angst' Bubbles Beneath Secession Movement (Post, Oct. 26, 2000)

'When Your Mom Has Cancer . . . It's Not as Bad as It Seems' (Post, Oct. 12, 2000)

A Precious Gift for Victims of the Sierra Leone Civil War (Post, Sept. 28, 2000)

Latest Police Shooting Rouses Even Ordinary Folks (Post, Sept. 14, 2000)

A Tasty Way to Teach Manners (Post, Sept. 7, 2000)

Camp Allows Children Who Have Lost Loved Ones to Share Grief (Post, Aug. 31, 2000)

Bowie PTSA Squabbling Is County Power Struggle in Microcosm (Post, Aug. 24, 2000)

Fat Jokes Not So Funny for Those Who Struggle With Weight (Post, Aug. 17, 2000)

Doctor Learns It's Never Too Late to Give Voice to a Dream (Post, Aug. 10, 2000)



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