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Capital Comment Will new Redskins owners fire Norv Turner? . . . Plácido's favorite haunt . . . Robert Duvall lashes out.
Where & When Mickey Rooney in The Wizard of Oz. . . Mickey Mouse in Disney's World on Ice . . . Chinese New Year parade.
Congress for Dummies An A-to-Z guide to DC's most baffling institution. By John Schachter.
All in the Family The Mormon faith in values is attracting converts. By Ken Adelman.
Connie Morella's Toughest Vote Would she help to impeach Clinton? By Harry Jaffe and Chuck Conconi.
Funny Girl Washington deb Ali Wentworth is poised for stardom. By Ellen Ryan.
Nothing But Net As kids, they dreamed of the NBA, but these area basketball stars have had to grow up very quickly. By Tim Warren.
Time for Sargent Portrait artist John Singer Sargent takes center stage at the National Gallery. By Courtney Rubin.
Tired of Creepy Sex? Twenty books that bring back the excitement. By Richard Victory.
Out Here, Weather Matters In the country, seasons penetrate the soul. By Barbara Holland.
Grace Notes Bassoonist Ken Pasmanick recalls 50 years of good National Symphony performances and a few great conductors. By Laura Elliott.
Buying a Perfect Party Dress Want to make an entrance? Here's how. By Cynthia Hacinli.
Look Good, Feel Good Soothing day spas, fitness that's fun, and beating the winter blues. Plus–how four top chefs lost weight. Edited by Sherri Dalphonse.
Eat Your Sardines! And your garlic, red wine, and green tea. By Diana McLellan.
Not Just Chopped Liver Great Jewish food in the Washington area. By Joan Nathan.
Dining Out, Wine, What's New
Historical Dinners, Romance, Critic's Notebook
Where to Find Good Investment Advice By Howard Isenstein.
Real Estate, Luxury Homes
Singles Hearts in the Right Place. By Courtney Rubin.
First Person How'm I Doing? By Howard Means.