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(Rosem Morton/FTWP)
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We’re staying home, but we can still taste the world through restaurant delivery

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This family home seamlessly blends Indian and Scandinavian design

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Think meditation could help cope with microaggressions? There’s an app for that.

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He served nearly 44 years in solitary confinement. He was innocent of the crime.

Albert Woodfox describes how he endured what no other prisoner in this country has gone through.
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(Daniele Seiss)
(Daniele Seiss)
He debated whether to kiss her (on the cheek). “I’m not sure if she was expecting that.”
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(Alex Fine for The Washington Post)
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