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Sufism: Killing the Ego to Experience Something Beyond Self 5 May 2013 | 06:41 pm

Unlike mass orthodox religions, disciples of this mystical spiritualism follow no guidebook with rigid definitions of what's good and bad. Instead, they follow a spiritual path that requires letting g...

In a slow recovery, making a living in the arts takes creativity 5 May 2013 | 12:40 am

While the performing arts are seeing a slow post-recession recovery, performers find creative ways of making a living. By Idit Knaan Visual Editor

Mixed up: Interracial Couples Rise Across the Nation 4 May 2013 | 11:39 pm

While Interracial Marriages Continue to Rise in the Country, Have Americans Really Gone Colorblind? By Johnette Reed

Saving McClatchy in the time of vanishing newspapers 4 May 2013 | 11:35 pm

After a decade working at the Poynter Institute, Julie Moos joined the McClatchy Company as the Senior Digital Editor to oversee the online transition of a publishing company that operates 30 daily ne...

Storytellers’ ‘Road To The Altar’ is Better Said Than Done 4 May 2013 | 10:26 pm

Kelly Wolfe, 39, is a nervous wreck. She is performing for the fourth time — last time she had a total meltdown. “Dorothy Parker has said something like, ‘I hate to write but I love to have written.’ ...

Food writing endures digital evolution through need, indulgence 4 May 2013 | 10:26 pm

The essential nature of food has lent itself to the endurance of food writing through the media industry’s slump. By Laura D'Alessandro Managing Editor

Newsroom Diversity : Black Reporters Preparing for Newsroom Cuts 4 May 2013 | 10:17 pm

By Lauren M. Williams Sondai Costley, a sophomore at Howard University majoring in print journalism, bubbles with enthusiasm when she talks about the future. Costley, originally from Arlington, Va.,...

Latino Political Influence Grows in Tandem with Population 4 May 2013 | 10:10 pm

A close analysis of America’s growing Latino population – and its increase influence in shaping the country’s future – could be evidence of an important national change looming across the political an...

Gaming in DC: The Rules and the Reason 4 May 2013 | 09:30 pm

It has been a hard and long 16 years.With all the immigrant populations counted all that was left was deciding who had won the ward's popular vote. Ward 13 was hardest fought, but after three politica...

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