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    I have a real health problem, and I’m really worried. How do I deal with the anxiety?
    Posted on Tuesday January 16, 2018

    Don’t miss the next live chat: Dr. Andrea Bonior, a licensed clinical psychologist who has been helping readers with Baggage Check since 2005, now hosts a weekly live chat at washingtonpost.com on Tuesdays at 1 p.m. She’ll discuss her recent columns and answer any questions you may have about relationships, work, family, mental health and more. […]

    Redskins take note: Path to NFL playoffs doesn’t require a pricey quarterback
    Posted on Tuesday January 16, 2018

    The NFL playoffs are showing the Redskins that they might not need a high-priced quarterback after all. The combined salaries of the four passers who will start in conference championship games Sunday barely exceed the $24 million that Washington paid Kirk Cousins this season. New England’s Tom Brady earns $14 million for the 2017 season. […]

    Trending: Google Arts and Culture app matches faces to art; What does Trump think about Wakanda?
    Posted on Tuesday January 16, 2018

    Google Arts and Culture matches are taking over everyone’s timeline.  So… this Google Arts and Culture matcher thing is just gamifying the collection of everyone's facial recognition data, right? — Arikia (@arikia) January 15, 2018 @arikia, sharing a concern about the Google Arts & Culture app, which matches a user’s selfie to a piece of art […]

    ‘Phantom Thread’ is pretty to look at, but there’s something ugly hiding in plain sight
    Posted on Friday January 12, 2018

    The Reelist is a column featuring Kristen Page-Kirby’s musings on movies. For Washington Post film critic Ann Hornaday‘s review of “Phantom Thread,” click here. I have seen Reynolds Woodcock, the character played by Daniel Day-Lewis at the center of “Phantom Thread,” described by other critics as “exacting,” “meticulous,” “rigid” and “insatiable.” He is all of […]

    In NFL playoffs, divisional round could be dangerous for home teams
    Posted on Friday January 12, 2018

    When a ligament tore inside Carson Wentz’s left knee on Dec. 10, it created something the NFL hasn’t seen in nearly 50 years. Without their MVP candidate at quarterback, the Eagles became the league’s first home underdog in the divisional round since 1970. But Philadelphia fans aren’t the only ones who should worry. Every road […]

    Trending: Creator of ‘media men’ list comes forward; Megyn Kelly takes heat over fat shaming comments
    Posted on Friday January 12, 2018

    Megyn Kelly says some people want to be fat shamed.  Megyn curbs food cravings by always keeping a foot in her mouth. — PedanticSemanticist (@antifah_Q) January 11, 2018 @antifah_Q, tweeting about NBC host Megyn Kelly after she said on her morning show “Megyn Kelly Today” that “Some of us want to be [fat] shamed.” While […]

    4 things to do in D.C. this weekend
    Posted on Thursday January 11, 2018

    Jan. 11: Sweet Crude Songbyrd Music House, 2477 18th St. NW; Thu., 8 p.m., $12-$14. New Orleans outfit Sweet Crude blends the sounds of its city with French-sung Cajun music and baroque, synth-based pop. The band released “Creatures” last year and hit D.C. multiple times. On Thursday, Sweet Crude returns to Songbyrd. Jan. 11-12: Antibalas […]

    Buy tickets to Justin Timberlake and these D.C. concerts
    Posted on Thursday January 11, 2018

    Justin Timberlake Capital One Arena, March 18, $55-$275. Ahead of Super Bowl weekend, when Justin Timberlake will release his fifth album, “Man of the Woods,” and perform during the big game’s halftime show, the pop star dropped a new single, “Filthy,” and tour dates. Get tickets: Tuesday at 10 a.m. through Ticketmaster. Taylor Bennett Union […]

    Coffee, a massage and rooftop ping-pong: How Story District’s Amy Saidman would spend a perfect day in D.C.
    Posted on Thursday January 11, 2018

    Amy Saidman has been running storytelling shows for so long, she remembers when New York’s famed storytelling empire The Moth was just a caterpillar. She got started in 1999, performing with Washington Storytellers Theatre, which she promptly took over and has since grown into the juggernaut collective now known as Story District. The group has […]

    D.C.’s best — and worst — ice skating rinks
    Posted on Thursday January 11, 2018

    Ice skating rinks have popped up all over D.C., especially in bougie waterfront neighborhoods and at all the coolest hotels. Have we reached peak skate? On my recent pilgrimage to every outdoor rink in the city, I found many a lonely stretch of ice. While this may be bad news for Zamboni drivers, it’s perfect […]



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