Monthly Archives: June 2018

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The CBS All Access drama "Strange Angel" is based on the curious life of Jack Parsons, an innovative rocket engineer who found himself involved in a "sex magick" cult.

The newest installment of the endless franchise is big, noisy and has a brain the size of a walnut.

The boutique owner wishes we'd all explore different neighborhoods in D.C. more often. Here's how she'd do it.

Their milestone turned into an unexpected scare.

The National Museum of African American History and Culture showcases Oprah's many career successes — and one of her biggest regrets.

Austin has South by Southwest. Aspen has the Aspen Ideas Festival. Now, D.C. has its own artsy, zeitgeist-capturing event.

Jonathan Safran Foer's book on food ethics is now a documentary, Armenian tightrope dancing is a dying art, and "The Emoji Movie" somehow still exists.

Come for the food. Stay for the music, performances, demonstrations and workshops. And the food.

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The raw center may just be worth a gamble for Ernie Grunfeld.

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Plus: REI stages a new women- and outdoors-centric music festival dubbed Outessafest.

Harry Styles and Kacey Musgraves team up; John Kadlecik plays Dead and the Phillips House reopens.

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Plus, Dr. Andrea advises a reader whose wife is always worrying about something and may have an anxiety disorder.

More than half of those out of service were supposed to be fixed over the weekend.

Introducing Kery Murakami, Express' new transit columnist.

Netflix's "The Break With Michelle Wolf" can be hit-or-miss, but the show's high points are absolutely brilliant.

Chances are you’ll be approached by one someday (or want to put yourself on their radar), and navigating the tricky world of recruiting can pay off.

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Gubler manages relations between the park’s visitors and the 50-plus species of mammals that inhabit Shenandoah, including about 400 to 600 black bears.

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