She accidentally provided the ‘Lose Yo Job’ soundtrack to Biden victory memes this fall. He could learn a lot from hearing her story.

Johnniqua Charles’s detainment by a uniformed security guard became a viral sensation that speaks to the need for criminal justice reform.
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Photos: The post-pandemic return of professional Frisbee

After a canceled 2020 season, the American Ultimate Disc League is back on the field.
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Once an evangelical pastor, a transgender woman is on a mission to empower women

Since her transition, the Rev. Paula Stone Williams says she’s lost so many friends. “It still is devastating.”
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An increasingly popular way to be buried: Become part of an artificial reef

How the funeral industry is going green with “reef balls,” biodegradable pods and composting.
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Date Lab: They share a deep love ... for the arts

The mutual interest was a refreshing commonality.
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Merrick Garland will not deliver your catharsis

Progressives want a dramatic de-Trumpification of the Justice Department. But the attorney general has a different theory of how to heal America.
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La Bise adds a fun French touch to downtown Washington

Ashok Bajaj replaces Oval Room with chef Tyler Stout’s French cooking
(Alex Fine for The Washington Post)
(Alex Fine for The Washington Post)

Gene Weingarten: I declare these jokes groundbreaking

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Caruso’s Grocery is the old-school Italian restaurant of your dreams

Chef Matt Adler and the Neighborhood Restaurant Group have an Italian-American winner in Hill East.
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Gene Weingarten: What I learned during the pandemic

As we try to return to life as we knew it, what are some of our more interesting takeaways?

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Both spent quarantine sprucing up their mixology skills.
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‘Our history has been so consciously suppressed,’ says historian John Whittington Franklin on America’s relationship with Black history

His grandfather survived the Tulsa Race Massacre of 1921. Today there is still so much about that tragedy that is ignored.
  • Jul 13

Meet the conservatives who want to fight climate change — their way

“Conservatives are reclaiming our seat at the environmental table,” declares the group’s founder — but is anyone listening?
  • Jul 12
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Solution to Evan Birnholz’s July 11 Post Magazine crossword, “Altogether Separate”

Puzzles can bring us together even when we're far apart.
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José Andrés brings Spanish comfort food — including a lot of eggs — to Bethesda

Spanish Diner replaces Jaleo in Bethesda and boasts the same exuberance.

Will the mass robbery of Native American graves ever end?

For centuries, everyone from archaeologists to amateurs pillaged artifacts — and human remains. Now, the FBI is cracking down on those who continue to dig.
  • Jul 8
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Gene Weingarten: Weed this and reap

This is serious journalism.

Date Lab: A goodbye hug was denied (for social distancing concerns)

These daters had pandemic-related apprehensions during their in-person meetup.
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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.