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Our film critic Ann Hornaday is at the Toronto International Film Fest.
Read her dispatch about “Argo,” Ben Affleck's new movie. (Everyone's already saying it's going to win best picture next year; they're right.)

Our film critic Ann Hornaday is at the Toronto International Film Fest.

Read her dispatch about “Argo,” Ben Affleck's new movie. (Everyone's already saying it's going to win best picture next year; they're right.)

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Today’s Style section. 
Chuck Brown (1936-2012).
The obituary | His impact | The reaction | Video
Illustration by Marc Burckhardt

Today’s Style section. 

Chuck Brown (1936-2012).

The obituary | His impact | The reaction | Video

Illustration by Marc Burckhardt

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Then there was that time that Bruce Springsteen had a byline in the Style section of The Washington Post.

Then there was that time that Bruce Springsteen had a byline in the Style section of The Washington Post.

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Here’s your morning paper.
Tux Americana: State dinners at the White House (the next one is tonight!)
BlackBerry buzzkill sweeps through town.
#OWS takes McPherson Square, still needs a Starbucks break.
The Bolshoi Theatre is back.

Here’s your morning paper.

Tux Americana: State dinners at the White House (the next one is tonight!)

BlackBerry buzzkill sweeps through town.

#OWS takes McPherson Square, still needs a Starbucks break.

The Bolshoi Theatre is back.

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In case you missed the sublime Fall TV Preview by our critic Hank Stuever, who sorts new series using one question: Better or worse than dead-average “Pan Am”?
Print design by Kim Vu and Jesse Lenz

In case you missed the sublime Fall TV Preview by our critic Hank Stuever, who sorts new series using one question: Better or worse than dead-average “Pan Am”?

Print design by Kim Vu and Jesse Lenz

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OUT: “Blowin’ in the Wind.”
IN: Dylan in China. The raspy crooner plays Beijing with a censored set.
Also in Style today: Tina Fey is preggers, Glenn Beck will end his Fox News show (and ColorOfChange takes credit) and a new Washington power couple emerges with an engagement. Plus: Sarah Kaufman on Balanchine at the Kennedy Center and Ann Hornaday on Filmfest D.C.
Much more here.

OUT: “Blowin’ in the Wind.”

IN: Dylan in China. The raspy crooner plays Beijing with a censored set.

Also in Style today: Tina Fey is preggers, Glenn Beck will end his Fox News show (and ColorOfChange takes credit) and a new Washington power couple emerges with an engagement. Plus: Sarah Kaufman on Balanchine at the Kennedy Center and Ann Hornaday on Filmfest D.C.

Much more here.

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In the 48-member Virginia Symphony Orchestra, 18 musicians are married to each other. Monica went to Norfolk to listen to the harmonies.
Also in Style today: Notables send off David Broder, “Extreme Couponing” on TLC is deeply disturbing, Ron Charles on Meg Wolitzer’s novel  “The Uncoupling,” and Kevin Spacey and Alec Baldwin tag-team Capitol Hill to cheerlead for arts funding.

In the 48-member Virginia Symphony Orchestra, 18 musicians are married to each other. Monica went to Norfolk to listen to the harmonies.

Also in Style today: Notables send off David Broder, “Extreme Couponing” on TLC is deeply disturbing, Ron Charles on Meg Wolitzer’s novel  “The Uncoupling,” and Kevin Spacey and Alec Baldwin tag-team Capitol Hill to cheerlead for arts funding.

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Out: Helicopter parents
In: Peeping Tom parents
Ann Hornaday on generation camcorder and Doug Birch’s new documentary.

Out: Helicopter parents

In: Peeping Tom parents

Ann Hornaday on generation camcorder and Doug Birch’s new documentary.

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Out: Suze Orman’s financial advice
In: David Walker’s Fiscal Solutions Tour

Out: Suze Orman’s financial advice

In: David Walker’s Fiscal Solutions Tour

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In: Frances McDormand!