Read This: Crime and Punishment Edition
Reliable Source is taking a two-week break and returns Sept. 1. In the meantime, Names & Faces will keep up with celebrity news, and we'll post here daily with some other things Amy and Roxanne think you'd enjoy. Tips? Sightings? As always, send 'em to email@example.com.
Good morning, everyone. The Reliable Source returns on Tuesday, but in the meantime:
Ruth McCann investigates the local man who's been standing on the side of Leesburg Pike wearing an "I cheated. This is my punishment" sandwich board.
In today's Names & Faces: Chris Brown will undergo 52 hours of domestic violence counseling at Commonwealth Catholic Charities in Richmond. The National Portrait Gallery digs up its Andy Warhol portrait of Edward Kennedy. And two companies are fighting over a Steven Seagal reality show.
Elsewhere in Style: Monica Hesse profiles National Organization for Marriage head Brian Brown. Ann Hornaday reviews "Taking Woodstock." And, if you haven't already, check out the latest installment of Scene In.
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