Other interesting stories in The Washington Post:


(Sarah L. Voisin/The Washington Post)

“You can be a rock star in this industry and be unknown here except to your friends and family.”

Marvin McIntyre, the Washington super-broker who invests billions for superstar athletes and authors and writes his own financial thrillers. Never heard of him? Well now you have, thanks to our colleague Manuel Roig-Franzia profile of one of the city’s secret class of perma-power brokers that are “impervious to the vagaries of election cycles.”


In other mysterious millionaire news, meet Richard A. Herman, who died quietly at 100 but left an attention-getting will, bequeathing an unexpected fortune to the symphony, the opera and one lucky charity.


(Jonathan Newton/The Washington Post)

Also: We now have a full list of three Nats who live here year-round: Jayson Werth, Ryan Zimmerman, and Steve Lombardozzi Jr., who’s spending the off-season helping his dad coach high school baseball.

Looking for today’s Reliable Source? Start here: ‘Knife Fight,’ new indie film by political strategist Chris Lehane, starring Rob Lowe, debuts on cable