(Gérard DuBois for The Washington Post)
(Gérard DuBois for The Washington Post)
Talking policy with strangers is hard. Doing it with a stutter is worse.
  • 3 days ago
Restaurant Review
2.5 stars | Jon Krinn has turned his Vienna spot into “a D.C. restaurant that’s not in D.C.”
The writer talks about fighting the fossil fuel industry and building a movement.
  • 4 days ago
Maryland’s 3rd Congressional District has been nicknamed the Praying Mantis.
  • 5 days ago
Prince William County’s poet laureate doesn’t want people to feel pressure to reply. “Read it. Enjoy it or don’t enjoy it.”
  • 4 days ago
Date Lab | She’d mostly given up on dating — until now.
  • 2 days ago
Let’s Talk | “It’s a way to live vicariously.”
  • 2 days ago
  • Perspective
Gene Weingarten | My daughter, the media and hundreds of tiny insects.
PREVIOUSLY IN THE MAGAZINE

Date Lab | They enjoyed talking about the vagaries of dating over 40.

  • Rich Juzwiak
  • ·
  • Perspective

  • Original photo by Suz Redfearn/White House Historical Association;A display of White House Historical Association china at the White House Visitor Center gift shop.
  • ·

“I’ve been looking for you for decades,” he said on the phone. What came next was beautiful — and complicated.

  • Review

3 STARS | Whether patrons want to visit or not, the restaurant at the Trump hotel is at the top of its game

“I was able to just let my imagination go and not worry about the consequences.”

  • Mikaela Lefrak
  • ·

The director of the National Republican Congressional Committee says she’ll focus race by race.

What does it say about the world today that we suddenly need to treat everything like wine?

The push to get “Charm City” from the Oscar shortlist to nominee for best feature documentary.

  • Kevin Lincoln
  • ·

Date Lab | Maybe kismet works only in romance novels.

  • Penny Reid
  • ·
  • Perspective

  • Original photo by Washington Post reader Philip Kent Barbalace; garage in Charleston, SC in November.
  • ·
Load More
Segways by the White House, 2014. (Joseph Young)
  • 2 days ago
When we relaunched The Washington Post Magazine we created a space, in each week’s table of contents, where the art itself could take center stage. Take a look through the latest.
  • Jan 7