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Nose tackle and running back are top priorities.

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What does it take to hike the entire Appalachian Trail? Let this couple explain.

It took 146 days, four pairs of hiking boots each and more nonperishable food than either wants to think about.

Lil Rel Howery’s career took off with ‘Get Out.’ Now he’s working hard to keep the laughs coming.

"You think about how last year was such a big year for me," the comedian says. "This year is going to be even bigger."

Meet the Bethesda-based writer (and wife of a former spy) behind the funniest novel you’ll read this year

Katherine Heiny's former MI6-agent husband serves as a sort-of template for the nerdy men who often pop up in her stories.

Often being a man means living with pain. That's a problem.

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His new cookbook, “Eat a Little Better: Great Flavor, Good Health, Better World,” makes the case for beans and other good-for-you foods.

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Grab tickets to these shows before they sell out!

These concerts all embrace the unofficial holiday for marijuana enthusiasts.

Catch a comedy show from Nemr or music from Lotus, Sam Morrow and Yonatan Gat.

The new comedy takes on feeling confident in your body, your hair and your Zumba class.

You can go far into cinema's past, not quite as far or into the future. Your choice.

We asked zoologist Lucy Cooke to explain what’s wrong with certain animal memes — three from our modern-day internet, and two slightly older examples.

Once inside this ultra-realistic experience, some people hit the ground, while others hide behind border guards.

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The yogi wants to flout at least two laws on her dream day in D.C.

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Plus, Dr. Andrea helps a reader who used to hook up with a friend's new boyfriend and wonders whether to keep quiet or reveal all.

Curse that 11 p.m. Metro closing time!

Just a few hours outside of D.C., Congress's now-declassified nuclear bunker is open for tours.

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Whether they’re on farms in far-flung places or in the heart of crowded cities, these events are meant to draw people to one location for a day or weekend of reveling.

How trailer confusion led to a rare experience — watching a movie without expectations.

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