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  • By The Washington Post   -   May 7, 2021

    WASHINGTONIAN STAFF GOES ON PUBLISHING STRIKE AFTER CEO'S OP-ED ABOUT REMOTE WORK

    Cathy Merrill's essay in The Washington Post shocked her employees, who viewed it as a threat to their job status.

  • By The Washington Post   -   May 7, 2021

    FOLLOWING A TRAIL OF FRESCOES IN THE MOUNTAINS OF NORTH CAROLINA

    Renaissance-style artwork is a surprising find in North Carolina's Blue Ridge Mountains.

    Styles, Style
  • By The Washington Post   -   May 7, 2021

    STILL ON TRACK AT 50: AMTRAK CELEBRATES A HALF-CENTURY OF OPERATION

    As Amtrak marks its 50th anniversary, its long-distance trains offer a glimpse of what rail travel looked like before 1971.

    Travel, Rail, Celebrity, Celebration, Look, Traveling
  • By The Washington Post   -   May 7, 2021

    COOL DOWN WITH THIS REFRESHING WHITE FROM ‘THE BIRTHPLACE OF WINE' FOR JUST $13

    RECOMMENDED | Plus, three rosés and a lively Spanish red for this week's sipping.

    Wine
  • By The Washington Post   -   May 7, 2021

    CHILLABLE REDS AND LOW-ALCOHOL POURS: WINEMAKERS TRY TO BOTTLE SUCCESS WITH YOUNGER CONSUMERS

    Winemakers are hoping to attract younger consumers with a less fussy approach to wine with low-alcohol pours, skin-contact bottles...

    Wine
  • By The Washington Post   -   May 7, 2021

    7 IDEAS FOR SIMPLE SIDE DISHES TO ROUND OUT DINNER

    Easy ideas to round out a meal and put a filling dinner on the table.

  • By The Washington Post   -   May 7, 2021

    IF YOU THINK FINE DINING IS ON PAUSE, IMPERFECTO WOULD BEG TO DIFFER

    At Imperfecto, chef Enrique Limardo aims to bridge Latin America and the Mediterranean.

    Dining, Latin America
  • By The Washington Post   -   May 7, 2021

    A MOTHER'S DAY LETTER TO MY DAUGHTER, AFTER A YEAR THAT CHANGED OUR FAMILY FOREVER

    A letter to my daughter this Mother's Day, as I think about what you'll remember from the coronavirus pandemic.

    Family
  • By The Washington Post   -   May 7, 2021

    HOW AT-HOME EUTHANASIA CAN PROVIDE COMFORT TO PETS AND OWNERS

    At-home euthanasia offers pets the solace of home and can be less stressful for owners. It also provides an opportunity to prepare...

    Home
  • By The Washington Post   -   May 7, 2021

    WOMAN WHO DIDN'T KNOW SHE WAS PREGNANT DELIVERED PRETERM BABY MIDFLIGHT. NICU NURSES HAPPENED TO BE ONBOARD

    “She had the presence of mind to catch the baby and call for help,” said Dale Glenn, a doctor on the plane who helped her.

  • By The Washington Post   -   May 7, 2021

    MISS MANNERS: IT'S MORE THAN OKAY TO ASK ABOUT SAFETY PROTOCOLS

    Dentists require you to adhere to safety measures, so you have a right to ask about theirs.

  • By The Washington Post   -   May 7, 2021

    ASK AMY: MOTHER-DAUGHTER ESTRANGEMENT REMAINS A MYSTERY

    After a dozen years apart, Mom cherishes new relationship and worries she will ruin it.

  • By The Washington Post   -   May 7, 2021

    HINTS FROM HELOISE: DON'T BE A NO-SHOW FOR CORONAVIRUS VACCINE APPOINTMENTS

    Many people don't call to cancel coronavirus shots, reader says.

    People
  • By The Washington Post   -   May 7, 2021

    CAROLYN HAX: IF YOU GIVE UP ON THE FRIEND ZONE, IS THAT WINNING, OR QUITTING?

    Should you give up on a friend who likes you, but doesn't “like you” like you?

  • By The Washington Post   -   May 7, 2021

    EDMOND FREEMAN, NEWSPAPER PUBLISHER WHO SHOOK UP 1960S ARKANSAS, DIES AT 94

    The principled editorials and ambitious news coverage at his Pine Bluff Commercial influenced the course of race relations, politics...

  • By The Washington Post   -   May 7, 2021

    HOW TO EARN AIRLINE MILES WITHOUT FLYING ANYWHERE

    Most people think you need to fly constantly in order to earn miles. You don't.

    People, Airlines
  • By The Washington Post   -   May 7, 2021

    HIGHER PRICES AND HARD-TO-FIND RESERVATIONS: WHAT TO KNOW ABOUT OUTDOOR ADVENTURES THIS SUMMER

    The nation's parks and forests saw record numbers last year, and that's led to some changes.

    Outdoor, Adventure
  • By The Washington Post   -   May 7, 2021

    FOX & FRIENDS HOSTS PROPAGANDA SESSION FOR FLORIDA GOV. RON DESANTIS

    A finer propaganda production would be harder to fashion.

    Fashion
  • By The Washington Post   -   May 7, 2021

    LUCINDA FRANKS, PULITZER-WINNING JOURNALIST AND AUTHOR, DIES AT 74

    At age 24, she was one of the youngest Pulitzer winners in history and the first woman to be honored in the national reporting category.

  • By The Washington Post   -   May 7, 2021

    GARLIC CONFIT VINAIGRETTE TURNS THIS KALE SALAD FROM FINE TO FABULOUS

    This creamy garlic confit vinaigrette is a wonderful way to level up your salad game.