Monthly Archives: April 2017

And, the Jimmy John's cashier that wasn't fazed by a gun to his head.

Losing someone to the unknown is a grief most of us will never know.

And, Beyonce makes a meme just by posting on Instagram.

The future of the Redskins' roster has to be viewed through the prism of Kirk Cousins' status.

It hinges on one dramatic stage trick.

Washington believes talent on the second and third lines can help it get over the hump against the Penguins.

At the Washington Antiquarian Book Fair, you can spend, spend, spend. (Or just look.)

Dogs are just too needy for studio life. Cats, on the other hand, are the perfect artists' companion.

"High Noon" and other films from and about the McCarthy era, the extended cut of "The Exorcist" and "Life, Animated" will shake you, scare you and give you hope. In that order.

Prince’s classic backing band is back on the road without its leader.

Get dressed up Zombie Yoga, watch Caitlyn Jenner speak or see Rostam live.

Plus: Merriweather celebrates 50 years with a star-studded concert — and a new stage.

'Commuter Barbie' comes with a buzzy new novel, coffee-stained New Yorker, headphones and Strand tote bag.

Luxe buildings are bringing live shows to their living rooms.

You can't unsee Mike Pence as a woman.

Beyonce is rolling out a scholarship.

Dr. Andrea helps a reader who's tired of watching his wife burn through money, and another reader who can't break free from the woman he cheated with.

And, a hot take on the March for Science

Beneath the show’s bland title lie Southern self-indulgence, Southern snootiness and Southern sorrows.

So much can be said with the blink of an eye.

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