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Bob Levey
Levey's Weight Loss
 One Year Later, a Slimmer, Wiser Bob (The Washington Post, 4/7/03)
 Bob Goes on a Diet: A Happy Finale (The Washington Post, 5/8/02)
 Bob Goes on a Diet: Part Ten (The Washington Post, 5/2/02)
 Bob Goes on a Diet: Part Nine (The Washington Post, 4/29/02)
 Bob Goes on a Diet: Part Eight (The Washington Post, 4/25/02)
 Bob Goes on a Diet: Part Seven (The Washington Post, 4/23/02)
 Bob Goes on a Diet: Part Six (The Washington Post, 4/18/02)
 Bob Goes on a Diet: Part Five (The Washington Post, 4/16/02)
 Bob Goes on a Diet: Part Four (The Washington Post, 4/12/02)
 Bob Goes on a Diet: Part Three (The Washington Post, 4/10/02)
 Bob Goes on a Diet: Part Two (The Washington Post, 4/9/02)
 Bob Goes on a Diet: Part One (The Washington Post, 4/8/02)
Since 1981, Bob Levey has been Washington's hometown columnist. He is well known for his biannual fundraising campaigns for children and for his ear-to-the-ground style. Bob can be reached at (202) 334-7276 or by e-mail at Also see About Bob Levey's Washington.

Latest Columns
For Growing Youths, Treasures in the Trash: Long-Closed NE Dump Had Household Bounty (Post, Sept. 2, 2004)

A Fond Farewell: Part Three (Post, Jan. 23, 2004)

A Fond Farewell: Part Two (Post, Jan. 22, 2004)

A Fond Farewell: Part One (Post, Jan. 21, 2004)

Children's Campaign: Failure -- and Success (Post, Jan. 20, 2004)

A Which-Way-Is-Washington Sign? (Post, Jan. 19, 2004)

Children's Drive Ending -- Happily? (Post, Jan. 16, 2004)

Balding, He's Denied Health Coverage (Post, Jan. 15, 2004)

Find a Stamp and Write a Children's Check (Post, Jan. 14, 2004)

'Hey, You Sure Do Look Good This Evening' (Post, Jan. 13, 2004)

Children's Campaign Shows Signs of Life (Post, Jan. 12, 2004)

Olivia Wins -- But Then She Loses (Post, Jan. 9, 2004)

Time to Park That Smelly Old Hairpiece (Post, Jan. 8, 2004)

With 'Braysura,' Nancy Ushers Levey Out (Post, Jan. 7, 2004)

For Children's, the Groups Are Rolling In (Post, Jan. 6, 2004)

Children's Saves the 'Miracle Baby' (Post, Jan. 5, 2004)

What if Orphan Days Were Service Days? (Post, Jan. 2, 2004)

The Churn Never Ends in Children's ER (Post, Jan. 1, 2004)

For Children's, an End-of-Year Push (Post, Dec. 31, 2003)

Children's Solves the Mystery of Kent (Post, Dec. 30, 2003)

When the Boss Is Concentrating on His Stocks (Post, Dec. 29, 2003)

When Possums Actually 'Play Possum' (Post, Dec. 26, 2003)

Children's Is Making Strides Against CF (Post, Dec. 25, 2003)

Big, Lovely Bumps for Children's Hospital (Post, Dec. 24, 2003)

A Kindness Extended -- on Behalf of Children's (Post, Dec. 23, 2003)

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