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Swimming With Sharks
Nevin Martell | Photography by Greg Powers | April 29, 2016

There’s a fin cutting its way through the waters of the Fairfax dining scene. It’s Requin. Taking its name from the French word for shark, the restaurant is...

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Fear Factor
By Michael McCarthy | April 28, 2016

Amid the verbal tumult of the 2016 presidential campaign—a scorched-Earth brand of demagoguery—Disgraced comes to us in an untidy package. The Pulitzer Prize-winning drama at Arena Stage by...

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Checking In
Produced by Beth Weitzman | April 28, 2016

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
The Quiet Side
More than 2,000 acres of lush jungle meet the golden sand and aquamarine sea at Playa Grande on the secluded north coast of the Dominican Republic. A clifftop at this remote location is the...

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Straight Shooter
By Ray Rogers | April 26, 2016

Before signing on to the fantasy action-adventure The Huntsman: Winter’s War, Jessica Chastain had one requirement: She wanted to kick some ass. When the film’s star, Chris Hemsworth, approached her about a year before filming began,...

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5 Restaurants to Treat Mom This Mother’s Day
By Maya Pottiger | April 21, 2016

1. The Lafayette
Don’t make Mom pick her favorite! Show your appreciation this Mother’s Day with the...

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5 Workouts to Get You Ready for Summer
By Ali Stagnitta | April 14, 2016

1. BLAST DC
BLAST brings together intense aerobics and strengthening exercises at its first DC location. The 60-minute full-body burn is jam-...

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5 Places to Sip and Celebrate the Cherry Blossoms
By Nevin Martel | April 8, 2016

1. The Tidal Basin
Served in a coupe glass, the heady mixture of cachaça, maraschino cherry liqueur, lemon juice and...

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Men of Style
By Katie Bianco and Michael McCarthy, with Jennifer Barger | April 6, 2016

ALEXANDER OVECHKIN
The Superstar
When you’re one of the most recognizable athletes on the planet, dressing the part is hardly an option. And the...

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South by Northwest
Nevin Martell | Photography by Greg Powers | April 5, 2016

Forget New American cuisine. Chef and co-owner Jeremiah Langhorne plans to revitalize and rethink Mid-Atlantic fare at The Dabney, a Southern-styled charmer tucked away in Blagden Alley in the heart of Shaw.

Bethesda-...

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Beyond Bungee
By Beth Weitzman and Becca Hensley | April 5, 2016

In a remote corner of the Pacific, Hawke’s Bay on New Zealand’s North Island, we’re sipping local sauvignon blanc in a farmhouse. But this isn’t your granddaddy’s ranch house or barn. With panoramic views of rolling...

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The Family Ferrari
By Nate Chapnick | April 5, 2016

Soon after becoming a publicly traded company in 2015 (the ticker symbol appropriately dubbed RACE), Ferrari’s CEO, Amedeo Felisa, put the possibility of a full Ferrari SUV permanently to rest, stating unequivocally, “It’s not that we...

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Sans Meat
By Nevin Martell | March 31, 2016

MUSHROOM TORCHON, KINSHIP
Torchon is traditionally made with seasoned foie gras. However, chef-owner Eric Ziebold has produced a clever vegetarian rendition of the Franco favorite. His mushroom...

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