(Madeline Gray)
(Madeline Gray)
Tony Avent’s lifelong mission to shake up the American garden.
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The stars of the show at Cut by Wolfgang Puck might surprise you

2.5 stars | D.C. doesn’t need just another steakhouse — and this isn’t one.

Keepsakes worth keeping: Five families on the artifacts they rescued

A desk with a mysterious drawer, a map with a grisly purpose, a ring handed down for generations and then divided: These are their stories.

Hundreds of people have filed to run for president in 2020. Meet a few of them.

It can be hard to tell whether some of them are serious.
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Why officials from Colorado to Texas to D.C. are trying to protect lemonade stands

“Lemonade stands are sort of like the American Dream in miniature.”
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‘We want everybody’s attention on this’: A new exhibit on climate change aims to hit home.

The American Museum of Natural History’s Lauri Halderman on teaching visitors the impacts of a changing environment.
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Cupcakes and hot dogs have had their viral moments, too
(Daniele Seiss)
(Daniele Seiss)
“One thing I’m terrible at is knowing if someone is attracted to me or not,” he says.
  • 3 days ago
Deaf people use space very differently from hearing people. Can our buildings, sidewalks and markets finally reflect that?
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A lesson in how not to give a fork.
“It snowballed into this not very funny, funny joke,” she says.
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Find the 12 differences between the original photograph, top, and the altered photograph, center. Answers at bottom. For more Second Glance puzzles, click here.
  • Sep 12
She’s launched a career — and attracted a dedicated social media following — through her signature style of tough love for progressives.
  • Review
3 stars | Good things come to those who partake in Enrique Limardo’s whimsical dishes.
The criteria for banning books varies widely, sometimes institution by institution.
The Rehoboth Beach destination is a beloved institution. So is Al Fasnacht.
  • Sep 10
Longtime correspondent Kevin Maurer returns to the region and asks: What did America get right, what did we get wrong — and what were the consequences?
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