Read this: Senate insider/outsider Mike Lee, Sarah Palin's trademark, physicist Brian Greene, Dan Snyder talks back
So much other stuff in the paper...
From your own computer, you can see him at the inaugural meeting of the White House Council for Community Solutions.
See, Dan Snyder can enjoy a good joke! Redskins owner and wife's witty cameo in successful NFL apparel ads
He's also been quite good for City Paper's business...
"You make bad choices as an adult, and we pick the wrong woman," says the shark-loving, gun-playing former Wizards star.
CNN news anchors welcomed their first kid; the actor and his wife are splits-ville.
His biggest hit in a while.
The White House typically hosts a viewing party for the Super Bowl.
During a scuba dive in the Phillipines, the Washington philanthropist suffered a cardiac problem.
He was in movies way before his dad.
Here we go again.
The famous Farrah Fawcett red swimsuit and other memorabilia donated to Smithsonian in ceremony that makes Ryan O'Neal weep
Yes, THAT swimsuit, from THAT poster. Also, the O'Neals had a reality-TV camera crew along.
Is there one more famous? You tell us.
Everything you didn't know about the GOP hopeful.
He's got good form.
According to Log Cabin Republicans, the former first daughter's announcement is only surprising if you're over 30.
Girls not included.
Love, etc.: Christina Applegate welcomes baby girl; Halle Berry leaves film role to focus on child custody fight
And so the world turns...
Good stuff from our paper.
What can we say? She's a star.
The impressionist/actor performed excerpts from her one-woman show, "Let Me Down Easy."
She made a video for the Human Rights Campaign's annual gala in New York, calling on the state to legalize same-sex marriage.
Let's just try to rise above, okay?
In other news...: Toni Braxton facing forclosure; Aaron Sorkin takes on cable news in new TV series; David Arquette out of rehab
The Maryland-bred singer is in dutch with the bank; Sorkin's show will air on HBO; Arquette finished a one-month stint at a treatment center.
Must be nice.
Lots of other stuff in the Post.
Everyone just assumed it would get nominated. It didn't.
Alfalfa Club draws Bushes but no Obama to annual dinner, as POTUS skips black-tie affair for Axelrod farewell
A lot of big names turned out to yuk it up at the annual Alfalfa Club dinner -- but not President Obama, who passed up the black-tie affair for David Axelrod's farewell party.
A couple of things cleared up for the pop idols.