The Washington Post : lifestyle
09h00 28  février
Marty Baron, Jeff Bezos, Donald Trump and the eight years that reshaped The Washington Post and journalism
Sarah Ellison
Baron, who is retiring Sunday, expected to manage a newspaper during hard times. Instead, he found unimagined opportunities and challenge.
Ask Amy: An offer of prayer doesn’t sit well with patient’s spouse
Amy Dickinson
Reader is annoyed that physical therapist offered to pray with husband. He accepted.
Carolyn Hax: How and when to tell your 10-year-old about your upcoming divorce
Carolyn Hax
Directness and sooner rather than later are the way to go. Set a deadline for your future ex.
15h18 27  février
Getting the vaccine will protect you from the coronavirus and it may keep people around you healthier, too
Lindsey Bever
People vaccinated against coronavirus may shed less virus and, therefore, transmit less disease to others, experts say.
Turmeric brings sunny color and earthy flavor to these 9 sweet and savory recipes
Becky Krystal
Forget the trendy chain coffee shop drinks. Turmeric makes these dishes shine.
We’re having trouble recognizing each other in masks, and it’s getting awkward
Ashley Fetters
Todd, is that you? Our obscured faces make it hard to spot colleagues, friends, neighbors and even members of our own family.
Hints From Heloise: Tips for keeping your dog safe from thieves
First off, make sure your pup’s microchip is up to date.
Miss Manners: Showing up early to online meetings
Judith Martin
Is it proper etiquette to work out possible technical problems in advance?
Ask Amy: Allergies bring on rash of restrictions
Amy Dickinson
Friends or family members often insist on preparing food they think is safe. But it often isn’t.
Carolyn Hax: A father relocating for work wonders how he can show up for his young children
Carolyn Hax
The job will help his finances, but it upsets his children. How can he maintain a strong bond?
22h26 26  février
Slate clarifies guidelines on use of racial slurs following suspension of podcaster Mike Pesca
Erik Wemple
The controversies underscore how news organizations aren’t just struggling to cover communities of color in a changing America; they’re roiling internally over racial questions as well.
Vaccine lotteries and personal appeals: The medically vulnerable find their priority status slipping away
Lena H. Sun
Federal guidelines recommend that people with underlying conditions putting them at increased risk from the coronavirus be prioritized for vaccination. But states are charting their own paths, and access to a shot comes down to where you live.
White House and press are at odds over plan to charge reporters for coronavirus testing
Paul Farhi
The Biden administration wants to charge news organizations 170 for coronavirus tests required for entry.
Ask Amy: Honeymoon ended before it began
Amy Dickinson
Boyfriend is emotionally unavailable and headed for jail.
Online wine sales continue to grow, but can they or should they replace local shops?
Dave McIntyre
As online wine sales continue to grow, bypassing traditional distribution, the effects on local wine shops remain to be seen.
An unexpected merlot from Tuscany surprises with complex flavors and a 15 price tag
Dave McIntyre
RECOMMENDED Also, splurge-worthy Australian red, a tasty Beaujolais, an Italian barbera and a Spanish hard cider.
Could GoFundMe campaigns save our cultural collections? Las Vegas’s Pinball Hall of Fame is banking on it.
Kate Silver
A beloved Las Vegas institution turns to its devotees to survive the pandemic.
Blood is a respected ingredient around the world, but less so in the U.S. A new book aims to change that.
Mayukh Sen
Cooking with blood makes many Americans squeamish, unlike in many other parts of the world. Author Jennifer McLagan wants to demystify it as an ingredient.
Digital self-harm: What to do when kids cyberbully themselves
Juli Fraga
Unlike physical self-harm, digital self-harm doesn’t leave visible scars or land kids in the emergency room, which makes it easier for parents to miss.
This new Azerbaijani bakery offers stories as good as its pastries
Tom Sietsema
Sharbat in Adams Morgan welcomes visitors with expertly made sweet and savory baked goods from Azerbaijan.