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At the Wharf in Southwest, a 6,000-capacity music venue is an anchor. But is it an amenity?

(The Wharf and The Anthem)

Dessert trends come and go. But as French brand Ladurée prepares to open in Washington, macarons seem unstoppable.

Tomi Larhen, Andrew Napolitano and others face new scrutiny. And disciplinary actions.

Writer-director-star Dax Shepard’s retread is formulaic and heavy on the gross-out humor.

Horror and sci-fi films have proved adept at commentary; now contemporary dramas need to step up.

From Hawkes Bay to the Shire, the trip far surpassed this couple’s expectations.

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A weighty question: What can travelers do when luggage scales are just plain wrong?

The week’s best travel bargains around the globe.

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Inspired by an airfare sale, mother and daughter take a crash course in all things Austin.

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A food-and-nature-loving family finds the perfect balance in this Central American country.

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BOOK REPORT | Emily Thelin’s bio-cookbook about Paula Wolfert details the adventures — and the Alzheimer’s.

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She comes across as happy to be alone. But also happy to find another relationship -- when the timing and the person is right.

At the Wharf in Southwest, a 6,000-capacity music venue is an anchor. But is it an amenity?

Dana Schutz's painting has sparked an uproar at the Whitney Biennial.

On an unpretentious cruise, penguins and orcas and icebergs fill up the very long days.

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"We got to do a jokey thing,” said Maslany. “But we all felt so passionately"

The former congressman recalls his drug-fueled downfall and wonders what lies ahead for future pols.

ONE PAN | This layered granita has the colors of the sunrise and sunny citrus to boot.

An image showing a message of resilience in a London Underground station made it to Parliament, but it turned out to be a hoax.

Power mingling and power dressing were on the menu at a VIP-packed fete.

My daughter's college essay reminded me that kids watch us, and that's how they learn to be adults. This especially holds true for times of hardship, be it financial or emotional.

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