Lisa Grace Lednicer

Washington, D.C.

Multiplatform editor

Education: Northwestern University

Lisa Grace Lednicer is a multiplatform editor and Sunday magazine writer at The Washington Post. In addition to editing print and online stories, she edits the Cybersecurity, Energy, Health and Financial 202 and AboutUs newsletters.
Latest from Lisa Grace Lednicer

Federal offices close ahead of expected snow

For the second time this week, federal employees are expected to telework ahead of snow forecast for Friday.

January 6, 2022

Tim Conway, uninhibited crack-up artist on ‘The Carol Burnett Show,’ dies at 85

He donned obvious wigs, adopted strange accents and delighted in comic brinkmanship.

May 14, 2019

Liz Smith, gossip columnist who dished on the boldfaced-name set, dies at 94

She broke the news of Donald Trump’s first divorce and publicly feuded with the developer.

November 12, 2017

These activists want greater home-school monitoring. Parent groups say no way.

In the home-schooling world, a battle heats up over how much oversight is necessary.

March 2, 2017

A quiet campaign is placing gay people and their rights struggle in U.S. history

Obama names Stonewall a monument — but local, grass-roots efforts are one step ahead.

June 26, 2016

A ‘Star Trek’ legend stars in weightier fare on Broadway

A musical about the World War II Japanese American internment camps features George Takei.

November 6, 2015

Where is the best place to present Japanese American internees’ art?

Artifacts from World War II camps are the focus of a disagreement between two institutions.

November 6, 2015

The newest, hippest drink pouring into a glass near you: Craft soda

Riding the same trend as beer, makers big and small are bottling and serving unique brews.

September 1, 2015

Tabloid editor behind legendary headline ‘Headless Body in Topless Bar’ dies

Vincent Musetto, 74, spent his career at the New York Post.

June 10, 2015

Teaching Ferguson: How police are learning about fair actions, public perceptions

Training programs emphasize impartiality and the importance of public perceptions.

February 20, 2015