May 12, 2015
/ by Cision Staff
The Washington Post is at it again. The national newspaper is adding a new dating and relationships vertical called Solo-ish. Lisa Bonos will join the paper’s features team to spearhead Solo-ish. The new project will feature personal essays, lifehacks and other dating and relationships material for unmarried individuals. Rodney Brooks has been named as a new personal finance and retirement savings columnist. He recently retired from USA Today where he was a long-time columnist. Emily Rauhala is joining the paper as a Beijing correspondent. She is leaving TIME where she held the same position and will replace William Wan. Her start date is June 22. Look for the latest on dating, personal finance and national news via The Washington Post’s Twitter and Facebook.
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