The Washington Post’s pop music critic Chris Richards — who is married to Washington Post feature writer Caitlin Gibson — celebrated a “not uncommon, but always cool” moment in his marriage: The husband-and-wife duo each had stories running on the same page of the paper’s Style section.

The stories could hardly be more different in tone or subject matter: Gibson focused on a young girl’s heartbreaking firsthand Twitter accounts of war-ravaged Syria (“The tooth fairy is afraid of the bombing here, it run away to its hole”).  

Richards drummed up some juicy Grammy drama in a piece about Beyoncé and Adele. Yet internet trolls found reasons to leave disturbing messages in both writers’ inboxes.

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