Patrick Angel spent decades overseeing the destruction of Kentucky's land. After a painful epiphany, he's devoting himself to making Appalachia green again.
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The inviting Imperial brings a fine taste of the classics to Adams Morgan

2.5 stars | From the owner of the nearby Jack Rose, here’s where you’ll get beef Wellington, vol-au-vent and more.

When a county changed a Confederate highway name, some navigation apps were slow to change it

Tech companies say they aren’t making any political statements with maps.
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How one Maryland man became a fixture in the Rolling Stones firmament

Doug Potash runs a fan club filled with hundreds of devotees like him.
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Blues legend Buddy Guy says that in a lifetime of playing guitar, he’s still learning

The musician reflects on lessons learned from B.B. King and Muddy Waters, and what young performers teach him.
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Date Lab: ‘I feel like we vibed’

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I immediately made some pretty astute deductions about this shivering lost dog.
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