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The author and legendary Time columnist is now a champion of America’s aristocrats. Seriously. By Joel Stein.
When a rookie Northern Virginia pol named Ibraheem Samirah shouted down President Trump this summer, it was a national-news blip. Closer to home, it was a sign that the genial “Virginia Way” of politics is ending. By Andrew Beaujon.
What should you read if you really want to understand our city? We asked around.
Ralph Nader’s Last Stand
Since the 2000 election, Nader has mostly been in the political wilderness. But when his grandniece died in the crash of a Boeing 737 Max 8, he dealt with his grief the best way he knew: by taking up a new crusade. By Rob Brunner.
Pro Protest: Why DC should embrace its role as a center of political activism. By Elliot Williams.
Name in the News: The Whistleblower’s Lawyer. By Marisa M. Kashino.
What’s Happening with Jeff Bezos: An update on the Amazon CEO’s gigantic renovation. By Benjamin Wofford.
Thou Shalt Not Covet: What happens when the Museum of the Bible holds a fashion show? Christian rock, Christian Louboutins, and “Hava Nagila.” By Mimi Montgomery.
A long-hidden frieze of the Last Supper in Columbia Heights. By Andrew Beaujon.
The 19 performances, exhibits, and other events worth your time this month.
Interview: AU professor Ibram X. Kendi takes a hard look at racial politics. Interview by Rob Brunner.
Culture: A year after he was murdered in his newsroom, a Capital Gazette journalist’s history of local high-school basketball is being published. By Elliot Williams.
LIFE, STYLE & TRAVEL
Smart Choices: Smartwatches so stylish they could pass for typical timepieces. By Frederique Stephanie.
Coworking Capital: One reporter’s cold-brew-fueled mission to rate our vast array of coworking spaces. By Mimi Montgomery.
Babymoons, No Labor Needed: Romantic ideas for a getaway before the baby comes—all a quick drive. By Norie Quintos.
Anju offers a boundary-pushing tour of Korean cuisine, we’ve got the recipe for those incredible St. Anselm biscuits, Detroit pizza is having a moment, the 2019 closures that make us saddest, and more.
Get Crackling: Five gorgeous fireplaces to put you in the mood for fall. By Jennifer Barger.
The Modern In-Law Suite: How we live—now—with our parents.
Exploring Tysons: What’s it like to spend a weekend in an unfinished city? By Will Peischel.
Pets: Meet Georgetown University’s new bulldog puppy. By Katrina Schmidt.
Off the Market!: The month’s luxury home sales.
Going to an HBCU made me proud—but first I had to find my place. By Mion Edwards.