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Each Tuesday at noon, Washington Post columnist Bob Levey hosts "Levey Live," a discussion offering readers the chance to ask questions directly of people who make the news and the people who report it. Also, every Friday at 1 p.m. EST Levey takes your questions in "Speaking Freely" on virtually everything, from sports to politics, Metro area traffic and local issues.

".com" columnist Leslie Walker discusses the ever-changing world of technology. Her guests are people who are shaping the face of e-commerce and Web development.

"The Download" columnist Shannon Henry's beat covers the hot-to-trot world of the Web and e-commerce, including all the regional movers and shakers in the technological community.

"Fast Forward" editor Rob Pegoraro answers your questions about the dizzy world of consumer electronics and personal technology, from palm devices and computers to telephones and Internet access.

Every two weeks, "Color of Money" columnist Michelle Singletary hosts an hour-long question and answer session with guests to discuss personal finance issues. Past topics have included sessions on taxes, the sticky subject of how to reconcile love and money, and how to tackle the challenge of building minority wealth.

Once a month, "Career Track" columnist Amy Joyce hosts an hour long discussion answering questions about professional advancement, work-life issues, networking and work ethics especially for those just starting out in the workplace.

Rev it up every Monday at 11 a.m. EST with Washington Post automotive reporter Warren Brown in "Real Wheels." Brown takes your questions on all aspects of the auto industry, from buying your dream car to the future of the internal combustion engine.

Monday nights at 8 p.m. and Fridays at noon EST, is your chance to join Washington Post columnist Carolyn Hax for "Tell Me About It." Got a problem with your love life, school, parents or job? Hax offers no bull advice to the the under-30 tribe.

"The Reliable Source" columnist Lloyd Grove comes to the Web every Friday at 11 a.m. EST for a live discussion on Washington celebrities and insider gossip. Grove has the inside take on who's in, who's out, who's hot and who's not.

Radio Talk with Post columnist Frank Ahrens covers everything on the radio spectrum, from AM-FM to Web broadcasting. Log on every Tuesday at 1 p.m. EST to discuss life on the dial.

Film Talk with Post movie critic Rita Kempley is every Friday at 2 p.m. EST. Kempley talks about the films you love, the ones you hate, the ones you haven't seen yet and the ones you wish you could forget.

Washington Post Nightwatch columnist with Eric Brace appears every other Friday at 3 p.m. EST. Brace talks about the ins and outs of the bar-n'-music beat and nightlife in the Washington, D.C. area. Brace proves there is life after work in Washington.

The Starry Eye with Charlene Lichtenstein is every Monday at 7 p.m. EST. Wondering how Mercury in retrograde affects your day-to-day life? What the solar eclipse means for you and your loved ones? How to get in touch with your rising sign? "Madam" Lichtenstein, takes your questions on sun signs, lunar influences and all things in the stars.

"Dirda on books" is every Wednesday at 2 p.m. EST. Washington Post Book World senior editor and columnist Michael Dirda takes your questions and comments concerning literature and the joys of reading.


Join "What's Cooking" with Kim O'Donnel every Monday at noon EST. O'Donnel is your culinary guide to new and delicious ideas in cooking. Log on and share your questions, zany comments, and recipes.

"The Grapevine" with Post Wine columnist Michael Franz airs every other Wednesday at noon EST. Franz is your guide to wine selection, enjoying the taste and avoiding wine snobbery.

To all green thumbs! Every Thursday at 11 a.m. EST, the "The Garden Plot" features Washington Post columnists Adrian Higgins, Adrienne Cook, and Charles Fenyvesi. No matter the season, log on and send your gardening questions, comments and tips.

Every Friday at 2 p.m. EST join "The Tony and Mike Show." Are you a sports junkie? Can't get enough of Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon fighting each other in the sports and style pages of The Washington Post? This is your chance to talk to both gurus LIVE!

Every Tuesday at noon EST, Terry Robiskie the Redskins' passing game coordinator, discusses the Redskins every victory and loss. Talk to a Redskins insider about the team's strategy and opponents.

Tuesday at 2 p.m. EST features "Health Talk" with Post Health Editor Abigail Trafford focusing on cutting edge topics in health, fitness and medical research. Past interactive discussions include topics such as breast cancer, eating disorders and exercise.