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Read This: For Your Convenience Edition

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Customers wait in line for sandwiches at a Wawa in Prince William County. (Bill O'Leary/The Washington Post)

Good morning, everyone. Hank Stuever has finally -- and poignantly -- verbalized that great question of our age: Sheetz, or Wawa? Whichever you choose, Stuever says,

Don't listen to anybody who loves one more than the other. Sheetz and Wawa are both right, in their way, for infinitesimal reasons. Get the parking space in front of the big plate glass window at a big Wawa or a big Sheetz. Just sit there and snack. It's like watching a movie at the drive-in. The characters come in from one side of the cinema screen, act out their part, then waft out of the frame through the other side. Little dramas play out, light comedies.

In today's Names & Faces: Chris Brown and Rihanna had other physical fights before their now infamous Feb. 8 dispute in L.A., People magazine reports. Nick Jonas spills details about big brother Kevin's upcoming wedding to Danielle Delesea. And Kate Gosselin has been added to "The View" guest-host list, filling in for Elisabeth Hasselbeck while she's on maternity leave.

Elsewhere in Style: Lois Romano takes a look at the role of American political dynasties in the wake of Sen. Ted Kennedy's death. Bob Dylan may lend his voice to a GPS device, Paul Farhi reports. And Michelle Thomas outlines fall's major fashion trends.

By The Reliable Source  |  August 27, 2009; 10:33 AM ET
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