Monthly Archives: August 2017

David Baldacci, Roxane Gay, Diana Gabaldon and more tell us about the books they couldn't put down.

  • Angela Haupt
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  • Books
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  • Aug 31
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And more of what's trending online.

Plus: Hoodie Allen heads to Silver Spring.

He likes to jump on the Green Line to think and write.

An air show, festivals and the DC State Fair highlight the month's best no-cost events.

Munch is known for his bold, impressionistic use of color — as in his famous painting "The Scream," which presents an anguished figure beneath a blood-red and orange sky

The D.C. Public Library Foundation wants you to keep your eyes — and your mind — open with a banned books scavenger hunt.

Sing along with "Grease" and "The Sound of Music;" dance along (not really) with "Restless Creature: Wendy Whelan."

And more of what's trending online.

And more of what's trending online.

  • Perspective

Kirk Cousins said it could take until October to establish an identity. That would be too late.

Dr. Andrea advises a reader who doesn't want his family to outsource, and another reader whose sister is looking for support from the wrong person.

And more of what's trending online.

And more of what's trending online.

Amazon's new superhero series ticks off all the right boxes.

Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon head into the not-so-great known.

Read up on players with top-five scoring potential, beneficiaries of friendly offensive systems and, or course, long shots.

  • Analysis

An out-of-sync offense gets one more preseason game to develop some rhythm Sunday against the Bengals.

  • Rick Snider
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  • Sports
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  • Aug 24, 2017
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And more of what's trending online.

The band opens for John Mayer at Jiffy Lube Live this weekend.

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