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  • By The Washington Post   -   May 16, 2021

    ASK AMY: ALCOHOLIC WANTS SUPPORT TO REGAIN SOBRIETY

    Spouse hid relapse but wants to come clean about recent drinking.

    Drink
  • By The Washington Post   -   May 16, 2021

    CAROLYN HAX: THE PANDEMIC MAY BE SLOWING DOWN, BUT THE JUDGING PERSISTS UNABATED

    You feel much safer now, but your vaccinated friends are still fearful of coronavirus and are “hard to deal with.”

    Deals
  • By The Washington Post   -   May 16, 2021

    ROASTING, BROILING AND GRILLING: TIPS AND RECIPES TO HELP YOU MASTER DRY-HEAT COOKING TECHNIQUES

    Put the power of dry heat to use in the oven and grill with these fundamental cooking methods.

    Cooking
  • By The Washington Post   -   May 16, 2021

    WRAP UP DINNER WITH 7 RECIPES FOR SIMPLE, FLAVORFUL PACKET COOKING

    Foil and parchment packet recipes gently cook food and infuse it with flavor - with minimal clean-up.

    Food, Cooking
  • By The Washington Post   -   May 16, 2021

    THERE'S A SCORE TO QUANTIFY CHILDHOOD TRAUMA. SOME HEALTH EXPERTS WANT YOU TO KNOW YOURS

    Adverse childhood experiences can be linked to adverse adult health issues, such as asthma, cancer and heart disease.

    Health
  • By The Washington Post   -   May 16, 2021

    THE NEW MASK GUIDANCE RELIES ON AN HONOR SYSTEM. DO WE TRUST EACH OTHER ENOUGH TO MAKE IT WORK?

    Many people worry that the maskless among them will not truly have been vaccinated against the coronavirus.

    People
  • By The Washington Post   -   May 16, 2021

    MARJORIE TAYLOR GREENE'S VAPID GENDER POLITICS

    Greene can harass Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez without being called sexist. It's a Republican dream.

  • By The Washington Post   -   May 16, 2021

    HUGS ARE COMING BACK. NOT EVERYONE IS THRILLED

    Non-huggers enjoyed the year-long break, but now it's open season on affectionate squeezes.

  • By The Washington Post   -   May 16, 2021

    HINTS FROM HELOISE: ANXIOUS DOG GUARDS A STUFFED PERSON

    Owner creates a life-size version of herself to calm the dog while she's out of the house.

    Life
  • By The Washington Post   -   May 16, 2021

    ASK AMY: ‘LUNCH LADIES' SERVE EXTRA PORTIONS OF KINDNESS

    Adult remembers cafeteria workers as some of the most welcoming people at school.

    People
  • By The Washington Post   -   May 16, 2021

    CAROLYN HAX: IT'S NOT A PEER-GROUP DECISION WHETHER OR WHEN TO HAVE KIDS

    When you're deciding whether to have kids, it's not helpful to compare yourself to your friends.

  • By The Washington Post   -   May 16, 2021

    MISS MANNERS: MUST I TIP WHEN I'M JUST BUYING GROCERIES?

    More stores have prompts for tips as part of payment process.

  • By The Washington Post   -   May 16, 2021

    CDC'S NEW MASK GUIDANCE MEANS MORE CONFUSION FOR DINERS AND RESTAURANTS

    When it comes to masks, restaurateurs around the country are grappling with overlapping state rules.

    Restaurant
  • By The Washington Post   -   May 16, 2021

    BRET BAIER PLAYS TRUMP STOOGE IN LIZ CHENEY INTERVIEW

    Anchor harps on the unsuitability of the Wyoming congresswoman to work in the contemproary Republican Party.

  • By The Washington Post   -   May 16, 2021

    FOX NEWS VIEWERS ARE GETTING MIXED MESSAGES ABOUT WHETHER TO TAKE THE CORONAVIRUS VACCINE

    Is it dangerous to your health, or will it provide you with a "feeling of freedom?" It depends when you watch.

    Watches, Watch, Health
  • By The Washington Post   -   May 16, 2021

    THIS CRISP PINOT GRIGIO STANDS OUT IN THE CROWD AT ONLY $12

    RECOMMENDED | Plus, three delicious Spanish wines and a bright French white to slake your thirst.

    Wine
  • By The Washington Post   -   May 16, 2021

    BUYING WINE ONLINE IS ANOTHER PANDEMIC-ERA SHIFT THAT'S POISED TO STICK AROUND

    Online wine purchasing grew throughout the pandemic and is likely to stay that way.

    Wine
  • By The Washington Post   -   May 16, 2021

    TURKEY LEG HUT HAS BECOME A BASTION OF HOUSTON'S BLACK CULTURE - AND A GENTRIFICATION LIGHTNING ROD

    In Houston's Third Ward, Turkey Leg Hut draws lines around the block - and has drawn fire by neighbors.

    Culture
  • By The Washington Post   -   May 16, 2021

    SURVIVING YOUR MULTIGENERATIONAL FAMILY VACATION

    Experts offer tips on how to avoid conflict and get along with the relatives.

    Vacation, Family
  • By The Washington Post   -   May 16, 2021

    A GUIDE TO COUSCOUS: THE HISTORY, DIFFERENT TYPES AND HOW TO COOK WITH IT

    A look at the history of couscous, how it's made, the different types available and its culinary uses.

    Look, Guide, Cooking