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Pauline Weger on why there’s endless inspiration to be found in the wise words of women.
To prepare for a play dealing with racism, Seema Sueko wanted to understand the science of it.
See page 145 of his new book, ‘Theft by Finding.’
Wayne Pacelle discusses the lessons of Michael Vick and the joys of having dogs at work.
The co-founder of PostClassical Ensemble on the miracle of people playing together.
We should feel lucky that a Post reader saw it before the Russians.
The taekwondo instructor talks dinosaurs and considers career advice for our reporter.
If Abraham Lincoln’s assassin didn’t have such a flair for the dramatic, maybe things would have ended differently for him.
Laurie Fenton Ambrose, CEO of Lung Cancer Alliance, on the endless search for a cure.
Brian Shorb on the comforts of being around other tall people — and dunking.