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Volume 44, Number 7
From a funky DC townhouse to a charming manor in the Virginia countryside, here’s a 24-page look at beautiful homes.
Photograph of Raul and Jean-Marie Fernandez by Cade Martin.
Whether you’re eating, sightseeing, shopping, or doing research, Washington’s rich online world can help make life better, easier, and more fun. By Garrett M. Graff, Catherine Andrews, Alejandro Salinas, and Emily Leaman.
Edward Bennett Williams and Sargent Shriver had done well. One day in an airplane, they had a warning for their sons. By Tony Williams.
Their mothers and fathers were Holocaust survivors. Now these Washingtonians realize how much the wartime experiences of their parents shaped their childhoods and the way they live today. By Leslie Milk.
Mike Wilbon talks about turning 50, becoming a father, recovering from a heart attack, the President, the Skins, Tony, and more. Interview by Harry Jaffe.
Emergency medicine is better here than in many places, but you still can wait hours in a local ER. And the problems ERs face are getting dangerously worse. Plus—where top doctors would go for emergency care. By John Pekkanen.
Where & When Ragtime at the KenCen . . . Rock ‘N’ Roll at Studio . . . Bernadette Peters at Strathmore . . . Smithsonian Craft Show . . . Cherry blossoms all over.
Luxury Homes Chuck Vance sells McLean home for $3.6 million.
A Life in Verse Poet Stanley Plumly explores mortality.