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    This costume designer repaired a baby butterfly’s wing, then watched in delight as it flew away
    Posted on Thursday January 18, 2018

    Romy McCloskey is a costume designer by training, with a specialty in intricate bead work that demands precision. She also raises and releases monarch butterflies at her Texas home. It just so happened that these two skills intersected on a recent day when she actually performed surgery on one of her injured monarch’s wings, an […]

    This 66-year-old is about to run seven marathons in seven days on seven continents
    Posted on Thursday January 18, 2018

    When Robert Hamilton Owens’s father was 75, he gave his son some advice. “He said, ‘You know, son, the sad part is when you get old they just put you on a shelf and you become irrelevant. Fight to stay relevant. Fight to stay in the game, otherwise they will write you off.’ ” Owens […]

    What unites us? Washington Post photographers explore what it means to be an American.
    Posted on Wednesday January 17, 2018

    Despite their geography, gender, occupation, race or religion, Americans share these seven beliefs View Graphic Despite their geography, gender, occupation, race or religion, Americans share these seven beliefs

    Calling out racists is actually good for your health, according to science. Here’s how to do it.
    Posted on Tuesday January 16, 2018

    Reports that an exasperated President Trump referred to Haiti, El Salvador and African nations as “shithole countries” during a meeting last week with lawmakers about immigration prompted widespread condemnation. In the days that followed, the leaders of many nations demanded that he apologize for the remarks. But what reportedly happened in that room in that moment was a […]

    ‘I may not look like Dr. King, but I believe like Dr. King’: A child’s stirring homage to MLK
    Posted on Saturday January 13, 2018

    If 9-year-old Wesley Trent Stoker was nervous when he took the stage Friday at the 26th annual Gardere Martin Luther King Jr. Oratory Competition in Dallas, he didn’t show it. Dressed in a dark suit and a rose-colored tie, Wesley stood at the microphone and spoke fervently for five minutes around the contest’s theme honoring the late […]

    A photo of a Syrian refugee boy gazing into a gym went viral. Then the owner gave him a lifetime membership.
    Posted on Wednesday January 10, 2018

    The 12-year-old Syrian refugee longingly peered inside a fitness center in Turkey, wearing open sandals in January. With his scuffed shoeshine box slung over his shoulder, the boy surveyed the weights, cardio machines and a flat-screen television inside. He was daydreaming about losing weight as he watched the gym members exercise, he told the Turkish […]

    ‘A beacon of hope’: Former Baltimore councilwoman becomes mentor to teens who attacked her
    Posted on Tuesday January 09, 2018

    Former Baltimore City Councilwoman Rochelle “Rikki” Spector was recovering in the hospital shortly after being viciously attacked by two teenagers in a carjacking attempt that left her bruised and with a black eye — “I looked like a raccoon,” Spector said — when council president Bernard C. “Jack” Young paid her a visit. Young, like many of their […]

    A sexist troll attacked Sarah Silverman. She responded by helping him with his problems.
    Posted on Monday January 08, 2018

    Sarah Silverman’s comedy is bawdy and brawny and often takes a sharp turn to vulgar to make a point. She shocks with off-color jokes and gags and seems like a person who would not back down from a fight. So when a man on Twitter responded to one of her tweets using a profane term […]

    Boy serenades his late sister with song from movie ‘Coco’
    Posted on Friday January 05, 2018

    Four-year-old Alexander Vazquez had seen the movie “Coco” twice in one week. It was all he could talk about, especially its adventurous exploration of Mexico’s Day of the Dead tradition. Death was something that was also present in Alexander’s life, as he and his parents struggled with the death of his baby sister, Ava. Over […]

    I tried mindfulness to quit drinking. It actually worked.
    Posted on Friday January 05, 2018

    I don’t know when I started drinking every day. But as I entered my mid-30s, I realized alcohol had moved from a weekend visitor to a roommate before I even noticed the shift. I’m not an alcoholic, but it was hard when I decided to quit drinking. Acknowledging I’d gone from wanting a drink to […]



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