The title of this week’s edition of The Washington Post’s Opinion section is “The Names” by Emily Bazelon, whose latest book is “I Am Not a Woman: A Memoir.”
Here are a few other things that will be on display: The Post’s “Big Ideas” section, with a list of 100,000 questions for readers.
The editorial board, moderated by columnist Anne Gearan and political writer Michael Kranish.
The Opinion section will feature stories by the staff, including opinion columns, analysis from a variety of perspectives, and the occasional opinion piece.
Here’s the editorial board: Editorial board The Post is pleased to announce that it has agreed to host an event at The Washington Monument on Aug, 16, 2019, with an opening reception to follow at 4 p.m.
Guests include: The Washington State Department of Transportation (WA DOT) Chairman and CEO Brian McCarthy, Washington Governor Jay Inslee, former President and CEO Michael R. Bloomberg, and former Secretary of Defense Robert M. Gates.
The event is free and open to the public.
Please register at the Washington State DOT website.
For more information on the event, please visit wsdot.state.gov.
The Washington Department of Health (WHDH) will provide information and services to participants.
For a list, please contact the Washington Department for Health and Human Services (DHHS) at (202) 454-8281.
For general information on participating agencies, visit the health.wa.gov/whdh.
For information on this event, contact the Office of Public Affairs at (206) 691-4411.
The Post will be hosting the event at the memorial at noon.
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In honor of its 50 years of publication, The Post has created a special event to mark the occasion.
In addition to the Post, The Washington Examiner and The Hill will have special events to honor The Washington Nationals’ 50th Anniversary.
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