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Live Q&A’s: Jan 23 to Jan 29, 2011

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

Monday, January 24, 2011

  • 11:02
    AM

    The Fix Faceoff: Video Q&A with Chris Cillizza

    The Fix Faceoff Video with Chris Cillizza
  • 11:06
    AM

    Outlook: Milbank declares February a Palin-free month

    Post op-ed columnist Dana Milbank discusses his Outlook article titled 'I'm declaring February a Palin-free month. Join me!'
  • 12
    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.
  • 12:01
    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.
  • 12:01
    PM

    New and improved: The revamped Sunday Post

    Marcus Brauchli, Executive Editor of The Washington Post, and Kevin Sullivan, Sunday and Features Editor, discuss the revamped Sunday Post, including new content sections with more news and features about arts and culture.
  • 12:59
    PM

    Advice from Slate's 'Dear Prudence'

    Live discussion with Slate advice columnist Dear Prudence, a.k.a. Emily Yoffe.
  • 2:44
    PM

    Moscow airport blast: Apparent terror attack

    An explosion at an unsecured section of Domodedovo Airport, on the southeast outskirts of Moscow, killed 29 people in a waiting area for arriving passengers Monday afternoon, in what appears to be a terrorist attack. <br> <br> Brian Michael Jenkins, an expert on terrorism and transportation security at the Rand Corporation, discusses the incident, aftermath and U.S. monitoring of the situation. <br> <br>

    Tuesday, January 25, 2011

  • 10:02
    AM

    Oscar Nominees: Discuss the favorites, surprises and more with Ann Hornaday

    Movie critic Ann Hornaday will be online Tuesday, Jan. 25, at 10 a.m., to discussTuesday?s Academy Award nominations. Were you surprised by any nomination? Did a favorite movie or actor get snubbed? Discuss all that and more. Submit your questions now.
  • 12:59
    PM

    In the GOP's budget, a surplus of spite -- Opinion Focus with Eugene Robinson

    Washington Post columnist Eugene Robinson will be online to discuss his recent columns and the latest news.
  • 1:02
    PM

    State of the Union: Karen Tumulty previews the address

    Washington Post national political reporter Karen Tumulty previews President Obama's State of the Union address.
  • 10:05
    PM

    State of the Union address: Analysis by the Post's Robert G. Kaiser

    Post Associate Editor Robert G. Kaiser analyzes President Obama's State of the Union address.

    Wednesday, January 26, 2011

  • 11:03
    AM

    Ask Tom

    Washington Post food critic Tom Sietsema answers your questions, listens to your suggestions and even entertains your complaints about Washington dining.
  • 12:04
    PM

    The Reliable Source

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

    American Mosaic: Video interviews with local immigrants

    Today's guest will be Arkan Haile, an Eritrean immigrant who is running for D.C. Council.
  • 12:05
    PM

    Major snow storm expected: Capital Weather Gang forecast

    Jason Samenow, chief meteorologist for the Capital Weather Gang, will be online Wednesday, Jan. 26, at Noon ET to discuss the latest news and forecast information about the oncoming snow storm.
  • 12:01
    PM

    State of the Union: Democratic strategist Jamal Simmons reacts

    Democratic strategist Jamal Simmons discusses reaction to President Obama's State of the Union address.
  • 12:01
    PM

    Free Range on Food: Charcutepalooza, cozy winter lunch recipes and cooking perfect ribs

    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.
  • 1
    PM

    State of the Union: John Boehner adviser David Winston reacts

    David Winston, Republican strategist and adviser to Speaker of the House John Boehner, discusses reaction to President Obama's State of the Union address.

    Thursday, January 27, 2011

  • 11
    AM

    Home Front: Design ideas from Jura Koncius and Terri Sapienza

    Local Living staff writer Jura Koncius helps 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.'
  • 11:47
    AM

    Video: Color of Money -- Live Video with Michelle Singletary

    Post personal finance columnist Michelle Singletary appears live on video to answer your questions about money and give her take on personal finance topics in the news.
  • 12
    PM

    Color of Money Live

    Need advice about how to handle your personal finances? Whether the struggle is saving for retirement, organizing your bank files, or talking about money responsibility with your spouse or loved one, Post personal finance columnist Michelle Singletary offers her advice and answers your questions on Thursday, Jan. 27 at 12 p.m. ET.
  • 12:01
    PM

    Archivist of the United States on altered Lincoln document

    David S. Ferriero, archivist of the United States, will be online Thursday, Jan. 27, at noon, to discuss the removal of a pardon issued by President Abraham Lincoln, in which dates were changed by a Woodbridge historian to amplify its significance and promote the historian's career.
  • 1:07
    PM

    Campus Overload Live with Jenna Johnson: Internship advice with Intern Queen Lauren Berger

    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.
  • 1:02
    PM

    Got Plans?

    The Going Out Guide staff discuss great ideas for local entertainment, dates and family fun.
  • 2:09
    PM

    Interruptions to your exercise routine

    Have you had to stop doing the exercise you love? Lenny Bernstein and nutritional biochemist Shawn Talbott will answer your questions on that topic.
  • 2:01
    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 28, 2011

  • 11:08
    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
    AM

    Real Wheels Live

    Live online discussion with Real Wheels columnist Warren Brown about car-buying and the auto industry.
  • 11:35
    AM

    ComPost Live: Your weekly digest with 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.
  • 12:33
    PM

    Meet the Ice Cream Guy: Zach Burroughs

    Washington Post readers ask questions of Zach Burroughs, the "ice cream guy" who found a picture of himself on the front page of the Washington Post, setting off an internet sensation.