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Read this: Robin Givhan chats with Michelle Obama, Erik Wemple set to leave City Paper

Michelle Obama (Marvin Joseph/The Washington Post)

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Elsewhere in today's news:

  • Robin Givhan sits down with Michelle Obama for a chat. The first lady recalls growing up as a "tall, lanky, crazy-skinny kid" and loops it back to her recently announced Let's Move initiative.

  • City Paper editor Erik Wemple is leaving his post to helm Allbritton Communications's yet-unnamed local news Web site.

  • Good news for lovers of street art: The National Museum of Women in the Arts plans to turn a portion of New York Avenue's median strip into an outdoor sculpture gallery.

  • Finalists for this year's PEN/Faulkner prize -- including books by Sherman Alexie and Barbara Kingsolver -- were named yesterday.

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  • By The Reliable Source  |  February 24, 2010; 11:59 AM ET
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    Why would Michelle Obama waste her time talking tot hat bovine imposter? Now that the party is over for her Mama Sal lets hope they throw Givham's gimcracks in the box asd well on the way out.

    Earth to Michelle - Who do you think was behind driving the attacks on Desiree over the Salahi affair? Mess with these witches at your peril, ignore them and become Senator and then Secretary of State.

    Posted by: SoCali | February 25, 2010 9:42 AM | Report abuse

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