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  • By The Washington Post   -   Jan 21, 2022

    PEOPLE ARE DRINKING WINE IN BED AND WITH ICE, AND THAT'S OKAY

    Go ahead, pair your wine with wings or mac and cheese, and don't worry so much about "etiquette."

    Drink, People, Wine
  • By The Washington Post   -   Jan 21, 2022

    LUNAR NEW YEAR RECIPES: 5 ASIAN COOKS SHARE DISHES FROM THEIR CELEBRATIONS

    Lunar New Year traditions vary widely across the Asian diaspora.

    Celebrity, Celebration, Cooking
  • By The Washington Post   -   Jan 21, 2022

    ALONG THE COAST OF BRITTANY, A SEARCH FOR OUR PREHISTORIC ANCESTORS

    The Carnac Alignments, set in place some 6,500 years ago, provide a rocky path to our Neolithic past.

  • By The Washington Post   -   Jan 21, 2022

    THE UNSUNG TREASURES OF STATEN ISLAND

    History, art, nature: Here's why you should visit New York City's most underrated borough.

    City, New York, Art
  • By The Washington Post   -   Jan 21, 2022

    MELT-IN-YOUR-MOUTH PASTRY SURROUNDS SWEET PINEAPPLE IN THIS CLASSIC INDONESIAN DESSERT

    In Southeast Asia, people often make or buy the tarts to celebrate the new year.

    Asia, Celebrity, Celebration, People
  • By The Washington Post   -   Jan 21, 2022

    HOW TO MAKE TAIWANESE TURNIP CAKES, THE POPULAR UMAMI-PACKED DIM SUM TREAT

  • By The Washington Post   -   Jan 21, 2022

    THIS KOREAN BEEF AND DAIKON SOUP WITH MUSHROOMS FEATURES A CLEAN, FLAVORFUL BROTH

    Cubes of pan-fried tofu and shiitakes also are part of this traditional Korean soup.

  • By The Washington Post   -   Jan 21, 2022

    THESE FIVE-SPICE PORK AND SHRIMP ROLLS ARE A FRAGRANT AND FESTIVE SINGAPOREAN DISH

    Ngo hiang means “five fragrances,” which refers to the five-spice powder that gives the meat rolls their aroma.

    Festival
  • By The Washington Post   -   Jan 21, 2022

    CHEWY VIETNAMESE PEANUT AND SESAME SEED CANDIES ARE SUBLIME WITH A CUP OF TEA

    The candy is commonly served alongside mut tet, a platter of dried, candied fruit, veggies and nuts.

  • By The Washington Post   -   Jan 21, 2022

    PHOTOS: MEAT LOAF, WHOSE OPERATIC ROCK ANTHEMS MADE HIM AN UNLIKELY POP STAR, DIES AT 74

    Meat Loaf, a singer whose soaring, near-operatic rock anthems made him one of the most unexpected pop stars of the 1970s and 1980s,...

    Star
  • By The Washington Post   -   Jan 21, 2022

    THE JAPANESE-INSPIRED WREN RESTAURANT FLIES HIGH IN TYSONS

    In the new Watermark Hotel, Wren soars above the nearby competition.

    Restaurant, Hotel, Hotels
  • By The Washington Post   -   Jan 21, 2022

    TEARFUL ADELE POSTPONES LAS VEGAS RESIDENCY: ‘I'M SO SORRY, BUT MY SHOW AIN'T READY'

    “Weekends With Adele” had been due to open Friday at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace. The singer promised all dates would be rescheduled.

    Weekends, Las Vegas
  • By The Washington Post   -   Jan 21, 2022

    M&M'S CANDY MASCOTS GET A MAKEOVER, WITH LESS SEX APPEAL AND MORE GEN-Z ANXIETY

    Each of the anthropomorphized candies has been assigned a fresh personality and look that seems like it would be right at home in the...

    Home, Look
  • By The Washington Post   -   Jan 21, 2022

    JUST WHAT IS THE ANTIABORTION CROWD'S PLAN FOR SUPPORTING PREGNANT PEOPLE?

    Here's what the anti-abortion movement owes people with unwanted pregnancies and their future children.

    People
  • By The Washington Post   -   Jan 21, 2022

    MEAT LOAF TRIBUTES POUR IN AS FANS REMEMBER ‘RARE AND WONDERFUL' SHOWMAN, ‘REBELLIOUS CHAMELEON'

    “Hope paradise is as you remember it from the dashboard light, Meat Loaf,” British comedian Stephen Fry wrote.

  • By The Washington Post   -   Jan 21, 2022

    DESANTIS SUGGESTS VACCINES HURT FERTILITY. A STUDY INDICATES OTHERWISE - BUT SAYS CATCHING CORONAVIRUS MIGHT

    Researchers studying heterosexual couples trying to get pregnant noted that men infected with the coronavirus showed signs of a short-term...

    Men
  • By The Washington Post   -   Jan 21, 2022

    MISS MANNERS: HOW DO I TELL MY BROTHER-IN-LAW'S BOYFRIEND THAT HIS COLOGNE SMELLS AWFUL?

    Reader wants to know if it's appropriate to ask brother-in-law's boyfriend not to use his typical cologne.

  • By The Washington Post   -   Jan 21, 2022

    ASK AMY: I CAN'T HANDLE MY EXTENDED FAMILY'S GROUP TEXT FIGHTS ANYMORE

    Reader is frustrated that their family only wants to communicate through a group text.

    Family
  • By The Washington Post   -   Jan 21, 2022

    CAROLYN HAX: IN-LAWS REJECT THEIR GRANDCHILD'S COMBINED LAST NAME

    A couple gave their child a combined last name. His parents disapprove and refuse to include the wife's last name when they address...

  • By The Washington Post   -   Jan 21, 2022

    IN INDIA, A FLOATING MARKET BLOOMS ON THE DAL