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As long as guns and violence remain essential to American male-making, all of our sons are at risk to be seduced by it.

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(Ælfleda Clackson/For The Washington Post)
(Ælfleda Clackson/For The Washington Post)
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DC Corazon offers tacos, mole and all the comforts of home

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J. Hollinger’s Waterman’s Chophouse serves up accessible luxury

The Silver Spring restaurant has a mile-long name — and approachable hospitality to spare.

Mark Esper on Trump: ‘There were a lot of bad ideas being proposed’

The former secretary of defense for Trump discusses avoiding catastrophes.
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How 2022 Became the Year of Over-the-Top Masculinity in Politics

How 2022 became the year of over-the-top masculinity on the campaign trail
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Treasure Hunt

Two artists comb Provincetown’s shores for relics of the town’s long and storied history. Their finds influence their art — and their home decor.
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Art With a Point

A rotating cast of artists weighs in on the state of the world
A rotating cast of artists weighs in on the state of the world