Vicky Hallett
Vicky Hallett
MisFits Columnist

Vicky Hallett has been one of The Washington Post’s MisFits since the column began in 2007. Read it every week in the Wellness section or Lean & Fit e-newsletter for the latest on the area exercise scene. Her day job is editing the Fit section of Express, which is where you’ll also find her weekly transit column, DC Rider. She lives in the District’s Capitol Hill neighborhood with her husband.

Latest by Vicky Hallett

A physics lesson: Why it takes lots of drinks to build a super collider

A physics lesson: Why it takes lots of drinks to build a super collider

Emma Grey Ellis writes about the Large Hadron Collider in Wired magazine.

When this man sees numbers, he sees them as people

When this man sees numbers, he sees them as people

It’s a neurological condition, and he wouldn’t want to give it up.

When dementia came on at age 61, she began writing about it

When dementia came on at age 61, she began writing about it

Gerda Saunders chronicled the disease, and a childhood in South Africa.

Once there were fish, but then the coal mining began

A documentary examines the coal industry against a political backdrop.