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I enjoyed this article and couldn't agree with you more. I would go further and say it extends to all areas of "style" at the Post. I don't know why they call it the Style section as it seems to be a space for leftover political articles. The Post doesn't have the expertise to cover Style and Culture. Washington is much more vibrant and varied than it used to be and your comment on covering known and unknown(which might mean emerging trends)is so relevant. But you have to be part of the scene and be able to identify it, first :). I don't find reporting, with the breathlessness of an adolescent, about some movie star eating ice cream in Gtown, particularly important. The basic organization of the paper, visually and subject wise, is problematic, also.
Being a design professional, I have struggled with the Post "style" reporting for years....thanks for the insight.

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