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  • May 3, 2016 – 11:05 AM

    ComPost Live with Alexandra Petri

    Join us every Tuesday to laugh, cry, and dish about the moments that amused you, shocked you, or caused you to yell things that frightened the other people on the subway. <br /><br /> Live chat with Alexandra Petri at 11 a.m. ET. Submit questions and comments for her to respond to now. <br /><br /> <a href="">Past ComPost Live Chats</a> <br /><br /> Connect on Twitter: <a href="!/petridishes">@petridishes</a> And catch up with the blog <a href="">here!</a>

    — Alexandra Petri,

  • May 3, 2016 – 12:00 PM

    Ask Aaron: The week in politics

    — Aaron Blake,

  • May 2, 2016 – 5:34 PM

    Chatological Humor update

    Gene's next monthly chat is Monday, May 23 (special post-Post Hunt date) at noon. <strong>You may submit <a href="">questions here</a></strong>.<br><br> On one Tuesday each month, Gene is online to take your questions and abuse. He will chat about anything. Although this chat is sometimes updated between live shows, it is not and never will be a "blog," even though many persons keep making that mistake. One reason for the confusion is the Underpants Paradox: Blogs, like underpants, contain "threads," whereas this chat contains no "threads" but, like underpants, does sometimes get funky and inexcusable.

    — Gene Weingarten,

  • May 3, 2016 – 1:00 PM

    Eugene Robinson Live (May 3)

    Chat with Post columnist Eugene Robinson about his latest columns and political news every Tuesday at 1 p.m.

    — Eugene Robinson,

  • April 26, 2016 – 2:21 PM

    Posting Up: NBA chat with Tim Bontemps

    The Post's national NBA writer Tim Bontemps answered questions about the NBA.

    — Tim Bontemps

  • May 4, 2016 – 11:00 AM

    Ask Tom: Rants, raves and questions on the DC dining scene

    Washington Post food critic Tom Sietsema entertains your dining questions, rants and raves. <br><br> Find all of Tom Sietsema's Washington Post work at <a href=""></a>.

    — Tom Sietsema,

  • May 4, 2016 – 12:00 PM

    Free Range on Food: The cooking of our mothers, Edwards ham and more.

    Every Wednesday at noon, Food section staff members and guests answer your burning culinary questions. <a href=""><strong>Past Free Range on Food chats</strong></a>

    — Joe Yonan, Bonnie Benwick, Carrie Allan, Tim Carman, Becky Krystal, Jim Shahin, Kara Elder,

  • May 4, 2016 – 1:00 PM

    Baking With Dorie Greenspan: Shrimp tacos, granola, bread tips and more.

    Beloved cookbook author Dorie Greenspan ("Baking Chez Moi," "Baking: From My Home To Yours," "Around My French Table" and more) answers your questions about baking, her "Everyday Dorie" column and everything else she's cooking. <br> This week's column: <a href="">How to make the best salsa for shrimp tacos in 6 easy steps.</a> <br> This week's recipe: <a href="">Dorie Greenspan's Shrimp and Tomato-Pineapple Salsa Tacos</a>

    — Dorie Greenspan,

  • May 4, 2016 – 12:59 PM

    Talk D.C. Sports: No Clown Questions, Bro

    Scott Allen of the D.C. Sports Bog answered questions about all things D.C. sports.

    — Scott Allen

  • May 4, 2016 – 1:59 PM

    Posting Up: NBA chat with Tim Bontemps

    The Post's national NBA writer Tim Bontemps answered questions about the NBA.

    — Tim Bontemps

  • May 4, 2016 – 2:00 PM

    Grammar Geekery With Bill Walsh (May)

    Could you literally care less about the finer points of the language? Ever wonder why the Post follows the conventions it follows? Post copy editor Bill Walsh discussed not only grammar but also punctuation, capitalization, spelling, word choice, and the other nuts and bolts of good writing.

    — Bill Walsh,

  • May 5, 2016 – 11:02 AM

    Designer Rachel Dougan | Home Front

    Rachel Dougan is founder and principal of ViVi Interiors, based in D.C. Dougan grew up in Southeast Asia, Switzerland and Paris before attending college in the U.S., giving her an innate eye for international architecture and design. Dougan has been in the design field for more than 25 years, much of that time developing brands for large corporations. Now at ViVi, she is applying her global and work experiences and passion for “living” design to a more personal setting, the home. <br></br> This week Jura Koncius wrote about a Southwest Washington co-op Dougan gutted and decorated to represent the owner's personality, <a href="">click here to read the story</a>. <br></br> Every week, Koncius helps you in your quest to achieve domestic bliss. She and weekly guests, whether Martha Stewart, the Property Brothers or Nate Berkus, answer your decorating and design questions. Jura is always happy to whip out her paint chips, track down a hard-to-find piece of furniture or offer her seasoned advice on practical living and decluttering. For more than ten years, Home Front has been an online conversation about the best way to make your home comfortable, stylish and fun. We invite you to submit questions and share you own great tips, ideas and gripes. No problem is too big or too small, send them over.

    — Jura Koncius, Rachel Dougan

  • May 5, 2016 – 12:00 PM

    What to Watch: TV chat with Hank Stuever

    Post TV critic Hank Stuever talked about what's bad, good and so bad it's good on TV.<br /><br /> Here's what Hank would watch if he wasn't paid to watch TV: "Game of Thrones," "The Americans," "The Amazing Race" and "Shameless" Lately he's been digging "Vikings," "Outsiders" "Catastrophe" and "Veep."

    — Hank Stuever,

  • May 5, 2016 – 12:00 PM

    Color of Money Live (May 5)

    Join Washington Post nationally syndicated personal finance columnist Michelle Singletary for an online discussion. <br><br /> This month's Book Club guest is Angela Flournoy, author of "The Turner House," which was a finalist for the National Book Award and a New York Times notable book of the year. The novel was also a finalist for the Center for Fiction First Novel Prize, the PEN/Robert W. Bingham Prize for Debut Fiction and an NAACP Image Award. <br><br /> <a href="">"The Turner House" was Michelle's Color of Money Book Club Selection for April. </a> <br><br /> Send your money questions in early! <br><br /> <a href="">Read Michelle's recent columns</a>

    — Michelle Singletary, Angela Flournoy,

  • May 5, 2016 – 11:18 AM

    Web Hostess Live: The latest from the Web

    See you at 2!

    — Monica Hesse,

  • Today – 11:04 AM

    The Fix Live

    The Fix's Chris Cillizza discussed the latest in political news. Join his live chat every Friday at 11 a.m. <br><br> <b>Follow <a href="">@TheFix</a> on Twitter.</b>

    — Chris Cillizza,

  • Today – 11:00 AM

    Real Wheels Live (May 6)

    The Washington Post cars columnist Warren Brown and guest Lou Ann Hammond discussed what they're seeing in the auto industry. Plus, they gave purchase advice to readers. <br><br/> <a href="">Like me on Facebook</a> <br> Follow me on <a href="">Twitter</a><br> Download the <a href=""> Carlist app </A> and list your car for free on <a href=""> </a> and it goes to <a href=""> Facebook </A> and <a href=""> Twitter instantly </A>

    — Warren Brown, Lou Ann Hammond,

  • Today – 12:01 PM

    Carolyn Hax Live: You have no idea (May 6)

    Advice columnist Carolyn Hax chats live every Friday at noon to answer any questions you might have about this strange train we call life.<br /><br /> <a href=">Carolyn's recent columns</a> <br /><br /> <a href="">Glossary of frequently-used chat terms</a>

    — Carolyn Hax,

  • Monday – 11:00 AM

    Ask Boswell: Redskins, Nationals and Washington sports

    Sports Columnist Tom Boswell will take your questions about the Redskins, Capitals, Nationals, Wizards, the NFL and more. <br><br> <a href="">Past Ask Boswell chats</a>

    — Thomas Boswell,

  • Monday – 12:00 PM

    Dr. Gridlock

    <p>The Washington Post's Dr. Gridlock, Robert Thomson, will be online to take all your questions about Metro, traffic throughout the region and other transportation issues.</p>

    — Robert Thomson

  • Monday – 1:00 PM

    Act Four Live: Pop culture with Alyssa Rosenberg (May 9)

    When the credits come up at the movies, the pages in a book run out, or the last commercial rolls over the end of a television episode, the story might be over. But the discussion is just getting started. Here at Act Four, we’ll get together every week to talk about the best (and worst) in pop culture. We’ll also try to sort out why the stories we love mean so much to us, and what they mean for the rest of the world, from "Game of Thrones" to the return of superhero season.

    — Alyssa Rosenberg