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Northern Virginia sends millions to Richmond—and gets back pennies and a lot of aggravation. Why not secede? By Drew Lindsay
A weekend party, an angry student, a house fire, a young man dies. And no one says a word. By Cindy Rich
Ben Lu wasn’t interested in science. Then his dad got sick.
In two years as DC mayor, Adrian Fenty has acted swiftly and boldly—some say hastily and unwisely. His assessment? “We’re not moving fast enough.” By Harry Jaffe
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Profile Bob Novak, battling a brain tumor, talks about religion, his half century covering politics, and what he’d do differently. business Five business leaders who believed in Washington.Real Life Doctors said he’d never walk again.eye openers A glimpse of what you’ll see during a celebration of photography.books The World Is Curved by David M. Smick.
Cirque du Soleil at National Harbor . . . The Who at Verizon . . . American History reopens . . . Frost/Nixon at Eisenhower . . . Big craft show.
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style How to dress for “creative black tie” and more. games You, too, can play in a poker tournament.education Sports are big at area private schools.seniors Tips on choosing an assisted-living facility.Reader deals Wrap Up a Bargain.
up on the roof The sky was the limit on this DC renovation.open house Fixing a cramped hallway results in a lot more space.best of bethesda New shops, good restaurants, theaters, spas, and other fun spots in one of the area’s liveliest cities.Luxury Homes Ex-Caps goalie Ollie Kolzig sells in Potomac for $3.4 million. Pets If you can’t provide a permanent home, you can take in a foster pet. First Person A New Yorker shares her love for Wegmans.