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  • By The Washington Post   -   Oct 16, 2017

    ENSEMBLE 4.1 DAZZLES AT PHILLIPS CONCERT SERIES

    Woodwinds and pianist deliver impressive musicianship.

  • By The Washington Post   -   Oct 16, 2017

    UPGRADE YOUR BREAKFAST OPTIONS WITH A FALL-THEMED MUFFIN

    6 recipes, including a spooky green one .

  • By The Washington Post   -   Oct 16, 2017

    THE SCENE: THE SHAKESPEARE THEATRE COMPANY'S 10TH ANNUAL GALA

    Those drummers dancing their way down F Street this weekend? Not just your run-of-the-mill street performers. They were the official...

    Weekends, Star, Gala
  • By The Washington Post   -   Oct 16, 2017

    THE WHITE HOUSE PHOTOGRAPHER SHARES BEHIND-THE-SCENES MOMENTS FROM HER JOB COVERING MICHELLE OBAMA

    In "Chasing Light," Amanda Lucidon reveals the former first lady in public and private moments.

  • By The Washington Post   -   Oct 16, 2017

    WHY YOU SHOULD ROAST A HEAD OF GARLIC VIRTUALLY EVERY TIME YOU TURN ON THE OVEN

    WEEKNIGHT VEGETARIAN | It will add a note of nutty sweetness and complexity to even the simplest recipes.

  • By The Washington Post   -   Oct 16, 2017

    SEXUAL HARASSMENT AMONG TEENS IS PERVASIVE. HERE'S HOW PARENTS CAN HELP CHANGE IT

    Most parents have failed to address and prevent misogyny and sexual harassment in their children's lives. Here's how to fix that.

  • By The Washington Post   -   Oct 16, 2017

    SECRETS OF THE VICE PRESIDENT'S RESIDENCE REVEALED IN NEW BOOK

    For starters, there are actually bodies buried there.

  • By The Washington Post   -   Oct 16, 2017

    ENTANGLED DOCK LINE BLAMED FOR RHODE ISLAND TALL SHIP CRASH

    The owner of a tall ship that crashed into four other boats in Rhode Island after a seafood festival is blaming the incident on a dock...

    Festival
  • By The Washington Post   -   Oct 16, 2017

    HOW TO CARE FOR YOUR SKIN BEFORE, DURING AND AFTER A FLIGHT

    One word: Hydration. Dermatologist Elizabeth Tanzi shares her air-travel beauty routine.

    Traveling, Beauty, Travel
  • By The Washington Post   -   Oct 16, 2017

    RAPPER MACKLEMORE LEADS CROWD IN ANTI-TRUMP TRACK

    The Seattle rapper also shared a message about the American Dream.

  • By The Washington Post   -   Oct 16, 2017

    TRUMP DINES OUTSIDE THE WHITE HOUSE . . . AT HIS HOTEL. AGAIN

    The Trumps have yet to sample the swamp's other dining establishments.

    Hotels, Hotel, Dining
  • By The Washington Post   -   Oct 16, 2017

    FALL ISN'T JUST ABOUT PUMPKIN SPICE. MAKE THE MOST OF THE SEASON WITH THESE FIVE INGREDIENTS

    These vibrant, easy recipes showcase apples, butternut squash, Brussels sprouts, cauliflower and grapes.

  • By The Washington Post   -   Oct 16, 2017

    A LOVE LETTER FELL OUT OF AN OLD PARIS GUIDEBOOK - AND SET A FILMMAKER ON AN OBSESSIVE QUEST

    Who were Betty and Henri? Doug Block was swept up in the search for their identity.

    Paris
  • By The Washington Post   -   Oct 16, 2017

    HOW TO REPAIR A PEBBLE WALKWAY

    The big challenge is finding pebbles that match the old ones.

  • By The Washington Post   -   Oct 16, 2017

    OPHELIA IS NOW A POST-TROPICAL CYCLONE BUT STILL FORECAST TO BRING HURRICANE-FORCE WINDS TO IRELAND, UK ON MONDAY

  • By The Washington Post   -   Oct 16, 2017

    CAROLYN HAX: HOW TO ASK GIRLFRIEND'S FATHER FOR BLESSING? OR BETTER STILL, WHY?

    A question from a young man planning to propose elicits strong reactions from other readers.

  • By The Washington Post   -   Oct 16, 2017

    MISS MANNERS: SERVERS' PIERCINGS DRIVE APPETITE AWAY

    Reader gets nauseated when wait staff wears jewelry in nose, eyebrow, etc.

    Jewelry
  • By The Washington Post   -   Oct 16, 2017

    HINTS FROM HELOISE: DO FARES TAKE FLIGHT?

    Reader complains that advertised airfares often can't be found.

  • By The Washington Post   -   Oct 16, 2017

    ASK AMY: GUN-TOTING BROTHER-IN-LAW WANTS TO OPEN-CARRY AROUND KIDS

    Reader wants to know how sisters can visit despite the conflict.

  • By The Washington Post   -   Oct 15, 2017

    LAS VEGAS TOURISM SEES CHANGES IN AFTERMATH OF SHOOTING

    The Las Vegas tourism sector is bracing for changes in the aftermath of the massacre that killed 58 people at an outdoor music festival.

    Festival, People, Las Vegas, Outdoor