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  • The refined beauty of Charlottesville

    The Eden of the United States. That's what Thomas Jefferson called Charlottesville, Va., the charming city three hours south of Baltimore at the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. To Jefferson, not even Paris could compete with the bucolic beauty...
  • Where simple is worth preserving

    The eclectic collections of bric-a-brac hocked at Takoma Park's trademark vintage shops have a uniqueness matched only by the burg's mishmash of people, cultures and lifestyles. Here, the pace is slow, and the inhabitants embody a small-town sincerity...
  • In Adams Morgan, you know you're not at the mall

    You're biting into a California roll, anticipating what you'll eat next from the $26.95 brunch buffet at Perry's, and, suddenly, loud music blares and lip-synching drag queens surround your table, urging your friend to take off his shirt. It is not an...
  • Out of loss, a struggle for meaning

    The No. 7 elevated train clanks and squeals along the rooftops of Queens, scattering pigeons on the way past Shea Stadium, sliding by graffiti on brick and rusty steel. The riders, a polyglot mix, study textbooks, argue into cell phones, chat in Korean,...
  • In Calif., nonvoters express disgust

    Since 1956, Robert Gamm had made the trek to the voting booth. He never missed a general election. He never missed a primary. Until Tuesday. "I'm really disgusted," said Gamm, 68, a retired public relations manager and Banana Republic clerk in the...
  • Shock and grief echo Challenger disaster, Sept. 11

    Few people even knew that the space shuttle Columbia had taken off two weeks ago, a routine launch that failed to capture the hearts and imaginations of Americans who once held their breath at every takeoff and landing. But as a morning of shock slid...
  • Washingtonians wary but resolute in solidarity

    WASHINGTON - The nation's capital spent much of yesterday looking over its shoulder and scanning the skies overhead. In a city that escaped last Sept. 11 without the devastation that was perhaps intended for it, anxiety and caution abounded. Even as...
  • Anthrax alert shuts House

    WASHINGTON - Investigators said that they have "substantive leads" about the origins of the anthrax that was mailed to Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle and triggered a partial shutdown yesterday on Capitol Hill. Congressional leaders closed the House...
  • Homecoming fit for an Olympian

    Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps entered a different kind of competition yesterday. At 9:15 a.m., the gangly kid who placed fifth in the 200-meter butterfly at the Sydney Olympics started his sophomore year at Towson High School. Squeezing a set of broad...
  • Starbucks tries offering beer-flavored Dark Barrel Latte

    Starbucks tries offering beer-flavored Dark Barrel Latte
    As it kicks off pumpkin spice season, Starbucks is also trying out a beer-flavored coffee drink, the Dark Barrel Latte. The beverage includes a chocolaty, stout-flavored sauce, whipped cream and dark caramel drizzle, and it’s being tested in...
  • Panera to customers: Please leave your guns at home

    Panera to customers: Please leave your guns at home
    Panera Bread is joining Target Corp. and a few other big companies in asking customers to leave their guns at home. Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America, formed as a result of the Sandy Hook school shootings in Connecticut in 2012, said Monday...
  • SUV slams into Fort Lauderdale plant store

    SUV slams into Fort Lauderdale plant store
    The Plant Boat owner Matthew Lang fell to the ground, unable to hold back his emotions, after seeing the damage to his Fort Lauderdale business. Tears ran down the 41-year-old's flushed face as police and fire rescue officials explained what had happened....