Inside one of the biggest public service campaigns in U.S. history: selling the coronavirus vaccines to uneasy Americans

The Ad Council and its partners had to find a message that a fractured nation could somehow agree on. Here's how they did it.

How TikTok personalities are making a name for themselves by delivering news to Gen Z

Meet the Walter Cronkites of the video platform.
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Bassist Christian McBride on the return of live jazz — and the recent loss of so many legendary musicians

The Grammy winner reflects on being off the road for the first time since he was a teenager.
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Date Lab: They did shots while toasting to ‘endless possibilities’

But did the fun translate to a good match?
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Gene Weingarten: Take me out to the Old. Word. Game.

Baseball is the grand citadel of mealy-mouthing.

Black gun owners are often portrayed negatively. One photographer set out to change that.

“We as African Americans have been deprived of so many rights, so why not take advantage of the ones we have?”
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There’s a lot in the name, and on the plate, at Ruthie’s All-Day in Arlington

Chef Matt Hill pays tribute to his North Carolina roots in his debut eatery
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2021 Spring Dining Guide

22 of the best new restaurants in Washington, D.C.
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6 restaurant pivots that deserve to outlast the pandemic

From take-home cocktails to year-round outdoor dining, these changes restaurants made during the pandemic are worth keeping even after it’s over.
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Director of ‘Judas and the Black Messiah’ says the Oscar-nominated film is ‘about the dangers of being apolitical’

Shaka King on the Black Panthers’ Fred Hampton and getting your message across to the people.
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Gene Weingarten: Consider this my application to ghostwrite Mike Pence’s autobiography

Dear book publisher, I don’t have to persuade you of my talent.

Date Lab: His classmate had a good experience on one of our setups. Would he?

A technical glitch couldn’t stop their virtual date.

Descendants of men from horrifying Tuskegee study want to calm virus vaccine fears

Some feel a duty to use the education and empowerment that their forefathers lacked.

Washington Post Magazine seeks pitches for underreported stories in communities across the country

We are looking for journalists to contribute to a special issue about the diminished state of local and community news in the United States.
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Humane Society president discusses the surge of pet ownership during the pandemic — and what animals can teach us

“Every day is an opportunity to love again and be loved,” says Kitty Block.
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  • Analysis

Solution to Evan Birnholz’s April 25 Post Magazine crossword, “E-Trade”

Swapping in an old puzzle from the archives
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A continuously updating collection of stand-alone illustrations from The Washington Post Magazine.
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