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Gene Weingarten: My filthy car hit a tow truck. Did the punishment fit the grime?
Three police cruisers arrived within two minutes, as though they had been responding to a multiple-fatality accident involving cannibalism.
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Visitors to this Virginia pie shop want more than dessert. They want to meet the 103-year-old pie maker.
It was 1952 when Mary Fannie Woodruff and her late husband opened a small grocery store and gas station in the two-story cinder block building they'd built along a rural Virginia highway.
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Just say no to the man cave: How to design a comfortable but sophisticated basement
A neutral palette and lots of natural textures are the foundation for this redesigned space for relaxing and entertaining.
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Don’t want to kiss the Blarney Stone? Take a boat to a different rock: Skellig Michael.
The island has a World Heritage site with a longer history than Blarney Castle, seabirds and a ‘Star Wars’ connection.
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Planning your summer vacation amid coronavirus fears
Whatever you decide — stay, go or go less boldly — there are risks and rewards.
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Date Lab: ‘He’s the least jaded person I’ve ever met’
He felt the start of a romantic spark. But did she?
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Second Glance: Boat building, March 15, 2020
2020-03-12 11:00:36
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Miss Manners: Business etiquette rules need to be clear
Instead of pointing fingers, update the employee handbook.
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Ask Amy: Family should step in to protect sister and the kids
They watched the woman’s husband yelling obscenities, pushing her and spitting in her face.
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Hints From Heloise: Call before you dig
Dail 811 to find out where underground lines are.
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Carolyn Hax: How to say ‘You’re not a parent; you wouldn’t understand’
Actually, that isn’t even the problem with a friend who pushes you to go out.
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Maryland women are primed for a long run in the NCAA tournament
Basketball coach Brenda Frese has experience and a talented team to have a shot at the title.
2020-03-11 23:20:24
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MGM halts its Vegas buffets amid the coronavirus outbreak, and others are doing the same
Self-serve stations are being eliminated and reconfigured to reduce the risk of transmission of the virus.
2020-03-11 22:56:34
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Melania Trump ignores coronavirus from her Be Best bubble
The first lady, who has increased her public visibility in recent weeks, addressed a gathering of education leaders this week but made no mention of the pandemic.
2020-03-11 21:57:31
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Food delivery can help with ‘social distancing,’ though some drivers are concerned for their own health
Companies such as Uber Eats and DoorDash are stressing “contactless” delivery options and announcing plans to safeguard and support their drivers.
2020-03-11 21:44:37
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Rupert Murdoch could save lives by forcing Fox News to tell the truth about coronavirus — right now
Since President Trump relies so heavily on one source of information, the media mogul has a grave responsibility.
2020-03-11 21:25:22
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Why your next vacation should be in the Netherlands
An essential overview of what to see, eat, buy, say (or not say) and more.
2020-03-11 21:03:56
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9 pie recipes for your best Pi Day ever, from no-bake to traditional
Pi Day was made to celebrate pie. Also numbers, but let's face it, we're here for the pie.
2020-03-11 21:00:53
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Why you should visit Palm Springs, Calif.
The desert escape two hours from L.A. is rich in culture, architecture and a playground for celebrities
2020-03-11 18:22:31
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Harvey Weinstein sentenced to 23 years in prison for sexually assaulting two women in New York
Weinstein was convicted in February of forcing oral sex on Mimi Haleyi in 2006 and raping Jessica Mann in 2013.
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This spicy shakshuka is all about the sauce
Grab some good bread, and get dipping.
2020-03-11 17:00:14
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In Boston, Lisbon and Seoul, photographers rediscover their hometowns
These artists were asked to reflect on — and capture — why they love their cities.
2020-03-11 16:29:46
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It’s tough to score a table at this tiny Baltimore bistro, but you’ll be so happy you did
3 stars | At Le Comptoir du Vin, the food and the room beguile visitors from the start.
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Workplaces are using design to fight employee stress. They’ve got a long way to go.
After a backlash to open offices, “flexible” spaces are trying to improve worker wellness.
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Our 7-year-old is being pushed around. Should we teach him to push back?
We Americans prize being first and being brash and aggressive, but many people are simply not born to be like this.
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‘Clean’ beauty has taken over the cosmetics industry, but that’s about all anyone agrees on
The term “clean” differs from “natural” in marketers’ minds, but there’s no regulatory definition.
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The ‘sandwich generation’ quandary was hard on baby boomers. It’s going to be harder on their kids.
What it means to balance care for younger children and aging parents at once.
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It’s time to plan the new season’s garden, and it pays to be picky
Exceptional perennial varieties keep it fresh and interesting.
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Catch some rays by transforming an old CD
This easy craft project is a great example of upcycling.
2020-03-11 12:30:00
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How to work from home like a boss in case coronavirus forces you to
I’m a work-from-home pro. For newbies, here are some tips for working remotely without losing your mind.
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