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Read this: Canadian ice dancers take gold, Scientologists hire reporters, D.C.'s 'Art Man'


Oksana Domnina and Maxim Shabalin of Russia wave from the podium after winning bronze medals in the ice dancing. (AP Photo/Mark Baker)

Good afternoon, everyone. Canada has exacted its revenge for that pummeling by the U.S. hockey team on Sunday night: Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir have taken the gold medal in ice dancing, with Americans Meryl Davis and Charlie White taking silver.

Russians Oksana Domnina and Maxim Shabalin -- they of the questionable Australian aboriginal program -- took bronze, and also whatever award exists for wearing strange outfits with faces painted onto them.

Can't get enough? Luckily for you, we've got an entire photo gallery of ice skating outfits. Enjoy!

In other news:

  • The St. Petersburg Times is not happy with a small team of award-winning journalists who accepted payment by the Church of Scientology to investigate the Times' past investigative work into the church.

  • DeNeen Brown spends some time with Bryant K. Adams, also known as Washington's "Art Man," or the guy who has installed elevated chairs and other whimsical works around the city.

  • Nelson Pressley reviews Signature Theater's "Sweeney Todd."

  • Allison Stewart presents a slew of gems by Beach House, BeyoncĂ© and Jeff Buckley in today's Singles File.

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