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Live Q&A’s: Jan 2 to Jan 8, 2011

Get a jump on the conversation and submit your questions ahead of time! All Q&As subject to change or cancellation.

Sunday, January 2, 2011

Monday, January 3, 2011

  • 11:02
    AM

    The Fix Faceoff: Video Q&A with Chris Cillizza

    The Fix Faceoff Video with Chris Cillizza
  • 11:01
    AM

    Mayor Gray should fulfill Marion Barry's vision - without catering to Barry

    Washington Post enterprise editor Marc Fisher discusses his Outlook article titled, 'Mayor Gray should fulfill Marion Barry's vision - without catering to Barry.'
  • 11:23
    AM

    The Fix Faceoff: Video Q&A with Chris Cillizza

    The Fix Faceoff Video with Chris Cillizza
  • 12
    PM

    Video: The D.C. Sports-O-Meter with Cindy Boren and Dan Steinberg

    See who was up and who was down in D.C. sports last week. Cindy Boren and Dan Steinberg dissected which sports names are hot and cold in D.C. Who's your pick?
  • 12:04
    PM

    Dr. Gridlock: Your traffic and transit questions

    The Washington Post's Dr. Gridlock, Robert Thomson, was online to take all your questions about Metro, traffic throughout the region and other transportation issues.
  • 12
    PM

    Talk about Travel

    Travel with coupons and other money-saving traveling strategies, the TSA's more aggressive pat-downs, holiday vacation planning, and more.
  • 12:06
    PM

    Video: The D.C. Sports-O-Meter with Cindy Boren and Dan Steinberg

    See who was up and who was down in D.C. sports last week. Cindy Boren and Dan Steinberg dissected which sports names are hot and cold in D.C. Who's your pick?
  • 1
    PM

    An unhealthy obsession, spoiled kids, difficult mothers, bowing down at the altar of De Beers and more advice from Slate's 'Dear Prudence'

    Live discussion with Slate advice columnist Dear Prudence, a.k.a. Emily Yoffe.
  • 1
    PM

    The List: What's in and what's out in 2011

    Washington Post writers Dan Zak and Monica Hesse will be online Monday, Jan. 3 at 1 p.m. ET to discuss The List, Style's guide to what's in and what's out in 2011. They welcome your questions, additions and passionate dissent.

    Tuesday, January 4, 2011

  • 12:45
    PM

    New Congress: Republican House majority, the Democrats and Obama

    Post congressional reporter Felicia Sonmez discusses the new 112th Congress as the Republicans take over the House for the first time since 2007.
  • 1
    PM

    Opinion Focus with Eugene Robinson

    Washington Post columnist Eugene Robinson will be online to discuss his recent columns and the latest news.

    Wednesday, January 5, 2011

  • 11
    AM

    Ask Tom

    Washington Post food critic Tom Sietsema answers your questions, listens to your suggestions and even entertains your complaints about Washington dining.
  • 12:02
    PM

    Free Range on Food: 6 local chefs fight back; organic grower stands apart, the brewery boom, eat your veggies, more

    Free Range on Food is a forum for discussion of all things culinary. You can share your thoughts on the latest Washington Post Food section, get suggestions from fellow cooks and food lovers, or swap old-fashioned recipes the new-fashioned way.
  • 12:02
    PM

    The Reliable Source: Glenn Close, Ted Leonsis, Erwin Gomez, the Salahis, Housewives, Adrian Fenty, Clarence Thomas, Max Baucus, Person of the Year, highlights of 2010

    Washington Post columnists Amy Argetsinger and Roxanne Roberts discuss your favorite gossip, celebrity sightings and their recent columns.
  • 12:59
    PM

    New Congress: The swearing-in of the 112th and what's on the agenda

    American political historian Allan Lichtman discusses the new 112th Congress, the Republican majority and what the lawmakers have on their agendas.
  • 1:31
    PM

    Video: Local chef Will Artley on dramatic weight loss, tips

    Today, Evening Star Cafe's chef Will Artley, who recently lost 75 pounds, will be online to talk about how he did it, offer tips, healthier food choices and more as many set out to lose weight as part of their new year's resolutions.

    Thursday, January 6, 2011

  • 11
    AM

    Home Front: Design ideas from Jura Koncius and Terri Sapienza

    Washington Post Local Living section writers Jura Koncius and Terri Sapienza help you in your quest to achieve domestic bliss.
  • 11:30
    AM

    Video: 'Top Chef All-Stars' analysis

    Join Food Editors Joe Yonan and Bonnie Benwick as they dissect this week's episode of Bravo's 'Top Chef All-Stars.'
  • 12:02
    PM

    American Mosaic: Video interviews with local immigrants

    Post reporter Annie Gowen interviews Mohamoud Adan, a Somali immigrant on coming to America, adjusting and more.
  • 1:06
    PM

    Campus Overload Live with Jenna Johnson: Applying with a video essay

    Campus Overload's Jenna Johnson introduces you to ambitious student leaders, journalists, activists, interns and newsmakers from colleges across the country in her blog daily. In her live chat, she'll be answering your questions about college life, on and off campus.
  • 1:06
    PM

    Got Plans?

    The Going Out Guide staff discuss great ideas for local entertainment, dates and family fun.
  • 1
    PM

    Video: The Weather Gang Lab with Jason Samenow

    Capital Weather Gang's Jason Samenow digs into this week's big weather story. Join the chat to find out what will happen -- and why.
  • 1:35
    PM

    Autism and vaccination: Study debunked

    Susan Hyman, M.D. and division chief of neurodevelopmental and behavioral pediatrics at Golisano Children's Hospital at the University of Rochester Medical Center, discusses today's story about a link between autism and vaccinations.
  • 2:02
    PM

    Celebritology Live

    Join Celebritology bloggers Jen Chaney and Liz Kelly to gab about the latest celebrity gossip and pop culture news making waves across the Web.

    Friday, January 7, 2011

  • 11
    AM

    Real Wheels Live

    Live online discussion with Real Wheels columnist Warren Brown about car-buying and the auto industry.
  • 11:01
    AM

    The Live Fix with Chris Cillizza

    Get your Friday Live Fix as Chris Cillizza discusses the Friday Line, the Worst Week in Washington, Congress, the Obama administration, the recent elections and all the latest political news.
  • 11:33
    AM

    ComPost Live: Your weekly digest with Dana Milbank and Alexandra Petri

    The Compost, written by Dana Milbank and Alexandra Petri, offers a lighter take on the news and political in(s)anity of the day. If you believe life is far too important a thing ever to talk seriously about it, this is the chat for you. Join us every Friday at 11 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.
  • 12:02
    PM

    CES 2011: Rob Pegoraro discusses the Consumer Electronics Show

    Rob Pegoraro answers your questions on recent gadget reviews, technology news and provides personal tech buying and fixing advice.
  • 12:34
    PM

    New Congress: Health-care repeal, new rules, more

    Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-Fla.) discusses the new Congress and its agenda, including health care, new rules and more.