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What’s Online This Week on

Welcome to our brief new weekly feature, What’s Online. Every week we’ll let you know which articles from the print magazine have just gone up on the site. This week in March, we have. . .

What I’ve Learned: Kenneth Feinberg
A DC lawyer was asked to put a price on each of the thousands of lives lost in two of America’s greatest tragedies. Here’s how he did it—and the lessons he came away with.

Ballpark Living: The Nationals’ New Stadium
Can the Nationals stadium do for an up-and-coming waterfront neighborhood what the Verizon Center did for downtown DC?

The Son Also Rises: The Story of the Woottens and Basketball
Morgan Wootten turned a sleepy Catholic school in Maryland into a national basketball powerhouse and left the game a legend. Now Joe Wootten is working the same magic in Virginia.

DC Gun Rights: Do You Want This Next to Your Bed?
Should DC residents be allowed to have guns in their homes? The US Supreme Court is about to decide. Where you stand on handgun laws depends on where you live, where you come from, and what’s been done to you.
On the Bookshelf: Why Are These Men Not Smiling?
It’s not because they aren’t funny. Here are conservative authors who can make even a liberal laugh.

“My Best Friend”
They inspire each other. They look out for each other. They laugh and cry together. These 12 women have friendships built on love and loyalty.

What’s In and Out in Fashion This Season
We give you what’s hot—and what’s not—in spring fashion this year.

Want more from the March issue of Washingtonian? Check out the full table of contents here.