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Read this: Donnie Simpson, black market Botox, Thomas Jefferson's letters, Scarlett Johansson and Liev Shreiber on Broadway

Donnie Simpson in 2007. (Linda Davidson/The Washington Post)

Good afternoon, everyone. We're still trying to wrap our heads around this black market Botox story, but here's what else you should know:

  • Friday could be Donnie Simpson's last show at WPGC-FM (95.5), after the 32-year morning host had a falling out with the station. According to Paul Farhi, Simpson's departure follows months of internal friction between Simpson and WPGC's management:

    CBS had wanted to ease Simpson out with a celebratory retirement party in mid-March, but Simpson declined, according to people familiar with the negotiations between him and the station. Late last week he began telling listeners on the air that his departure was imminent but didn't specify when he'd be leaving.

  • A local couple recently made a big, unexpected find: a letter written by Thomas Jefferson, just sitting around an old office at American Legion Post 24 in Old Town Alexandria.

  • Heading to Broadway? Peter Marks says Gregory Mosher's revival of "A View From the Bridge," starring Scarlett Johansson and Liev Schreiber, "is one of the most satisfying evenings of Miller in memory."

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  • By The Reliable Source  |  January 25, 2010; 12:27 PM ET
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