These are a few of our (and your) favorite things.

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Best of D.C. 2017: See what Express staff and readers picked as their favorite things in Washington

These are a few of our (and your) favorite things.

At the National Archives, a new perspective on the Vietnam War

"Remembering Vietnam" sheds new light on recent history.

We had triathletes race all 6 of D.C.’s bike-share bikes. The results surprised even us.

Blood was lost, tears were shed. Let's just say we're glad we had everyone sign liability waivers.

When it comes to the Man of Steel, "Justice League" missed the mark

And more of what's trending online.

Catch a concert, see a new exhibit or attend the annual CatVideoFest.

Science, dip and sci-fi are together at last.

A new exhibit will show how non-traditional families can fit into small spaces without feeling squished.

  • Perspective

Has the Smithsonian created a sanctuary of civility, where people from different backgrounds can have thoughtful conversations? And, if so, can they run our elections next time?

And, that picture of Steve Mnuchin and Louise Linton that you can't unsee.

The "All Things Considered" host is staying near LeDroit Park on the perfect D.C. day.

And more of what's trending online.

  • Perspective

With an outside shot at the playoffs, Washington needs Kirk Cousins to shoulder the burden.

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While pregnancy leads to lots of exciting changes, it also brings up important questions for women in the workplace.

  • Beth Luberecki
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Dr. Andrea helps a mom who resents her husband's critique of her parenting, and advises a reader who tried to protect one neighbor and wound up offending another.

And more of what's trending online.

Alice Bergen Phillips can build one heck of a cheese board: a swirling, undulating, edible work of fine art that you’re encouraged to touch.

And more of what's trending online.

Maria Bamford plays a version of herself.

Sit back, relax, enjoy the show — even if it's not all that great.

And more of what's popular online.

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