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The supreme talent and audacious music of the Mattson brothers — and why they’re unlike any band you’ve seen before.
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Restaurant Review
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Declutterers — and the guru herself — offer suggestions for four challenges they faced.
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“I feel people’s energy when I’m performing,” the singer says.
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The social media behemoth has taken ideas from other apps over the years

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This charming feline with no eyelids helps humans see the value of animal rescue.

Hint: He’s an emblem of the everyman thinkers of the Internet age.

A writer asks partygoers their thoughts on Qatar’s treatment of journalists.

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Carolyn Hax matched these two because they had no clear interests in common. And yet ...

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  • Original photo by Washington Post reader Jamie McIntyre; Faidley's Seafood at Lexington Market in Baltimore in April.
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2 stars | An owner and a chef, both from Thailand, show their love for the neighboring country’s cuisine

Not all the works in its “Freedom” exhibit reflect the think tank’s views.

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Tara Libert, co-founder of the Free Minds Book Club & Writing Workshop, on fostering new connections.

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Parking meters on I Street in December (Bill Flegel)
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A continuously updating collection of stand-alone illustrations from The Washington Post Magazine.
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