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  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 30, 2021

    AT HOME DURING THE PANDEMIC, SHE WAS THE HEALTHIEST SHE'D BEEN IN YEARS. THEN SHE WAS CALLED BACK TO WORK

    Plagued by a chronic illness, Rachel Hinken had to decide: What does she value more, her income or her wellbeing?

    Home
  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 30, 2021

    DATING IS TOUGH. COULD DRESSING UP AS A PRAYING MANTIS HELP?

    "Sexy Beasts," Netflix's newest reality dating show, unleashes singles' animal instincts.

    Dress, Single
  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 30, 2021

    THESE BOYS FOUND TURTLES SQUASHED ON THE ROAD. NOW THEY SPEND THEIR DAYS HELPING OTHER TURTLES GET ACROSS

    “We picked up one in each hand and took them across, then we went back for some more,” said Cole Meyer, 10, explaining the first day....

    On The Road
  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 30, 2021

    OLYMPICS ACTIVIST: ‘ATHLETES HAVE ALWAYS BEEN IN THE FOREFRONT SAYING: WE, THE PEOPLE, ARE BETTER THAN THIS'

    Harry Edwards on the important role sports figures play in activism.

    People
  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 30, 2021

    SHOPPING EXPERTS SHARE THEIR BEST ADVICE FOR SAVING ON GROCERIES

    Learn to read prices, be leery of “sale” items and other ways to lower your grocery bill.

    Shopping
  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 30, 2021

    CAPTAIN KATE MCCUE, A TRAILBLAZER, IS AT THE HELM AS U.S. RELAUNCHES CRUISES

    In 2015, then-37-year-old McCue became the first female American captain of a megaship.

    Cruise
  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 30, 2021

    WHY ACNE-FIGHTING PIMPLE PATCHES ARE ‘HERE TO STAY'

    Pimple patches, also known as acne stickers, can help make blemishes go away by reducing inflammation, preventing infection and minimizing...

  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 30, 2021

    TOM SIETSEMA'S 7 FAVORITE PLACES TO EAT RIGHT NOW

    At a time when life still feels uncertain, these restaurants provide welcome escapes.

    Life, Restaurant
  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 30, 2021

    ALL KIDS LIE: HOW TO HANDLE IT, AND WHEN YOU SHOULD WORRY

    An uptick in lying by tweens and teens is normal as they try to avoid stress or disappointing others.

  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 30, 2021

    HOW TO MAKE RANCH WATER, THE TEQUILA-LIME COCKTAIL THAT KEEPS SO MANY TEXANS COOL

    Ranch Water, which has been served in Texas for decades, has now become trendy in other parts of the country, and there are even canned...

  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 30, 2021

    AFTER MONTHS IN LOCKDOWN, WE NEED SOME NEW MEMORIES. BUT CAN YOU ‘MAKE' THEM?

    Advertisers and inspirational wooden signs love to talk about “making memories.” Your brain doesn't always cooperate.

  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 30, 2021

    SOLUTION TO EVAN BIRNHOLZ'S JULY 25 POST MAGAZINE CROSSWORD, “CAPTAIN OBVIOUS GOES TO THE FARM”

    Featured creatures, obviously.

  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 30, 2021

    RESTAURANTS ARE SHELLING OUT MORE FOR CLAMS - MAKING FLO'S CLAM SHACK SHUCK ITS NAMESAKE DISH

    Though a sign outside proclaims the spot is “famous for clams,” Flo's Clam Shack is taking a hiatus from hawking fried steamers.

    Restaurant
  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 30, 2021

    ASK AMY: THIS WOMAN'S PLACE IS IN THE HOME - ALONE!

    After years of caring for elder relatives, she needs time alone. Husband isn't going for it.

    Home
  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 30, 2021

    CAROLYN HAX: WHAT'S NEXT FOR A ‘BUSINESS RELATIONSHIP' MARRIAGE WITH KIDS?

    There's no emotional or physical intimacy in their marriage, but it does include exhaustion, fear, and young kids.

    Business
  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 30, 2021

    SUMMER MUSIC FESTIVALS HAVE RETURNED - JUST IN TIME FOR THE LATEST CORONAVIRUS SURGE

    New coronavirus cases have jumped more than 57 percent in the last week, fueling concerns music festivals could become super spreader...

    Event, Festival
  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 30, 2021

    JAMES POLK, PULITZER WINNER FOR WATERGATE REPORTING, DIES AT 83

    He worked for the old Washington Star and later for NBC and CNN.

    Star
  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 30, 2021

    THIS EASY PEACH CRUMBLE PIE RECIPE SPOTLIGHTS SUMMER'S MOST SENSUAL FRUIT

    A cookie-like, press-in crust dough doubles as the crumble topping for this juicy pie

  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 30, 2021

    6 TOMATO SANDWICH RECIPES THAT PUT THE SUMMER STAPLE FRONT AND CENTER

    Tomato sandwiches are a seasonal standard, and we have options for when you want something cheesy, crispy, fresh or herby.

  • By The Washington Post   -   Jul 30, 2021

    AN AIRPORT PIANIST RECEIVED MORE THAN $60K IN TIPS WHEN AN INSTAGRAM INFLUENCER RECORDED HIM PLAYING

    During a layover at Atlanta's airport, Instagram influencer Carlos Whittaker heard Tonee Valentine playing the piano and found a seat...