Next week­end: Your Sun­day Post gets bet­ter

Start­ing next week­end, we are mak­ing im­prove­ments to your Sun­day Post to in­crease cov­er­age of the arts, cul­ture and busi­ness by cre­at­ing sev­eral new sec­tions, en­hanc­ing oth­ers and adding col­umns and fea­tures. We’ll also de­liver a new pack­age of Sun­day fea

The Washington Post Sunday - - CLASSIFIED -

Sun­day fea­tures that will ar­rive on Satur­day A NEW EM­PHA­SIS IN ARTS The new Arts sec­tion will fea­ture sto­ries about theater, opera, ex­hibits, dance, clas­si­cal mu­sic, ar­chi­tec­ture and mu­se­ums, writ­ten by award­win­ning crit­ics such as Anne Mid­gette, Philip Ken­ni­cott, Peter Marks and Pulitzer Prize win­ner Sarah Kauf­man. We will ex­pand our cov­er­age of the arts com­mu­nity, with book re­views that fo­cus on the arts world and news items from lo­cal art in­sti­tu­tions. All of this will be il­lus­trated by The Post’s un­beat­able team of pho­to­jour­nal­ists. TRAVEL’S EARLY AR­RIVAL The Sun­day Travel sec­tion also will be de­liv­ered to ev­ery sub­scriber on Satur­day morn­ing, with tales of intrepid travel from around the globe and around the Belt­way. Travel will con­tinue to of­fer vivid writ­ing and use­ful tips for read­ers look­ing to max­i­mize their vacation dol­lars, whether they are go­ing to a Vir­ginia inn or on an African sa­fari. KID­SPOST ON SUN­DAY Kid­sPost, al­ready a pop­u­lar fix­ture in the daily Style sec­tion, will join the Sun­day lineup in the form of a four-page pullout sec­tion. Kid­sPost, a long­time fa­vorite of kids, par­ents and teach­ers in the Washington area, will help young read­ers laugh and learn with ar­ti­cles, puz­zles, jokes and recipes that fam­i­lies can en­joy to­gether. The new sec­tion in­cor­po­rates much of the con­tent of The Mini Page that cur­rently ap­pears in­side Comics, cre­at­ing a fun sec­tion that kids can call their own. Kid­sPost will re­side in­side the new Sun­day Style sec­tion. COMICS MOVES No Sun­day news­pa­per is com­plete with­out the comics, and our full ar­ray of color fun­nies will come tucked in­side the Kid­sPost sec­tion, at the cen­ter of the new Satur­day de­liv­ery pack of fea­ture sec­tions. All your fa­vorites will still be there, in full color. The only dif­fer­ence: The Comics sec­tion used to be de­liv­ered in­side the fa­mil­iar plas­tic pack with the Washington Post Mag­a­zine, Pa­rade and our shop­ping coupons — now it will ar­rive tucked in­side Kid­sPost and Sun­day Style. THE MAG­A­ZINE, PA­RADE AND COUPONS The Post Mag­a­zine, Pa­rade and hun­dreds of dol­lars worth of shop­ping coupons will still ar­rive in the plas­tic-wrapped pack. Most sub­scribers al­ready re­ceive that pack on Satur­day morn­ing, but now all will. Also de­liv­ered on Satur­day: Our new Sun­day Style sec­tion

SUN­DAY STYLE will in­crease cov­er­age of pop­u­lar cul­ture in a com­pact and por­ta­ble size de­signed to fit bet­ter into busy life­styles. The sec­tion will fo­cus pri­mar­ily on movies, tele­vi­sion and pop mu­sic, with sto­ries, re­views and trend pieces by three of the best crit­ics in the busi­ness: Ann Hor­na­day, Hank Stuever and Chris Richards. Join­ing the sec­tion will be two new col­umns: Deal­hunter, a deeply re­ported look at some of the week’s best lo­cal shop­ping deals; and Web inSites, a smart take on fas­ci­nat­ing Web trends. Sun­day Style will in­clude book re­views that fo­cus on pop cul­ture, and The Scene, a gallery of pho­tos from the D.C. area so­cial whirl. Pop­u­lar Sun­day fea­tures, such as wed­dings cov­er­age in OnLove and ad­vice col­umns by Carolyn Hax and Amy Dick­in­son, will be there, too. Two ad­di­tional fea­tures, Celebri­tol­ogy and The Style In­vi­ta­tional, will move from Satur­day to Sun­day Style.

Web inSites is ded­i­cated to help­ing read­ers make sense of the tor­rent of ideas and in­for­ma­tion fill­ing the Web. Okay, you get Twit­ter and you just about have your arms wrapped around Tum­blr. What else is out there that could be use­ful? What’s new? What’s next? Melissa Bell, who writes Blog­Post at wash­ing­ton­post.com, will re­port each week on the lat­est Web trends, with a spe­cial em­pha­sis on the sites and ser­vices most use­ful to lo­cal read­ers.

Celebri­tol­ogy moves from Satur­day, bring­ing some of the smartest and sassi­est celebrity cov­er­age to The Sun­day Post. Re­porters Jen Chaney and Liz Kelly track the lat­est Hollywood hookups, breakups and make­ups, as well as all the lat­est news from film, tele­vi­sion and red car­pets ev­ery­where.

Deal­hunter will alert D.C. area shop­pers each week to a few great deals in lo­cal shops and stores. Re­porter Holly Thomas will look at deals on ser­vices from hair­cuts to rental cars and of­fer such tips as how to score the best seat at the Cap­i­tals game. Deal­hunter aims to pro­vide a ser­vice to read­ers who find their time and wal­let squeezed these days — and Satur­day de­liv­ery means two days to put those tips to work.

The Style In­vi­ta­tional, one of our most orig­i­nal fea­tures, also moves from Satur­day. The In­vi­ta­tional chal­lenges read­ers to com­pete in quirky word games and witty brain teasers.

IL­LUS­TRA­TIONS BY PAT­TER­SON CLARK/ THE WASHINGTON POST

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