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The May 4, 2013, edition of Parade magazine, included with print editions of The Journal Gazette, features an interview with actress Kerry Washington of the TV political drama "Scandal."

Parade talks to 'Scandal' star

Parade interviews actress Kerry Washington, star of the groundbreaking political drama “Scandal,” the show that makes real-life D.C. seem positively functional.

The story is featured in Sunday’s edition, distributed with print editions of The Journal Gazette

Other stories featured in this week’s edition include:

  • Author Sue Halpern writes about her new book exploring how her mutt became a therapy dog and taught her about humanity, compassion and the true meaning of acceptance.
  • Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with a lightened-up Mexican feast of quesadillas, washed down with a pomegranate margarita.