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Wittman announces the winner of a 2011 essay contest called "How an Army of One Can Help Save the Bay" in Hampton, Va.

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A dish of lychee salad, coconut cream and pork sausage at the Capitol Hill restaurant Rose's Luxury.

A dish of lychee salad, coconut cream and pork sausage at the Capitol Hill restaurant Rose's Luxury.

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