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Carrying On a Legacy

Three friends from Chevy Chase have built a scholarship fund to help women and to memorialize their mentor
12/04/17

Finding Mr. Wright

Kayla Collins married Stuart Wright at the country club in Bethesda where they had their first date
12/04/17

Why Some Restaurants Don’t Take Reservations

Plus: Pasta dinners at Inferno, and the owners of Lucy Restaurant on their Ethiopian spot coming to Bethesda
12/04/17

Close Encounters

If you’ve seen a UFO in the sky over Bethesda, you're not alone
11/27/17

End of an Era

As downtown Bethesda’s Barnes & Noble closes, so goes the gathering place our community needs
11/27/17

Philanthropist of the Year

Cliff White uses business strategies to help people in our community—and he’s teaching young people how to do the same thing
11/27/17

All That Glitters

Go for the gold this holiday season with accents that shimmer and shine
11/20/17

The Right Stuff

Serve a dish studded with cranberries and chestnuts for the holidays
11/20/17

Inside Three New Homes

When renovations can’t do the job, residents are building custom homes to get what they really want
11/20/17

Grand Designs

What it takes to create a restaurant’s layout and décor
11/13/17

Shop Talk: Hostess Gift Ideas From an Artisanal Gifting Company Owner

Plus: A rabbi from Silver Spring who bends cutlery into jewelry
11/13/17

Book Report: Works by Local Authors

We’ve rounded up new reads, from novels to nonfiction
11/13/17

Training Days

A group of older athletes in Montgomery County are pushing their limits with a coach and teammates who live for triathlons
11/06/17

Green Gurus

Meet the winners of this year’s Bethesda Magazine Green Awards, held in partnership with Bethesda Green
11/06/17

Restaurant Review: Addie’s, New and Improved

Chef Jeff Black re-creates a beloved restaurant at Park Potomac
11/06/17

Get Away: Holidays at The Greenbrier, a boutique hotel in D.C and a New York City splurge

Plan a trip to one of these noteworthy places
10/30/17

Taking The Lead

Suburban Hospital’s president has her biggest role yet
10/30/17

Hope Lives Here

Nearly three-quarters of the students at Germantown’s Daly Elementary School are from low-income families. For the principal and her staff, academics are only part of the job.
10/30/17

The Meltzer Group at Butler's Orchard

10/26/17

Champions Together - A Celebration of Special Olympics Maryland

Hosted By Mike Barnes and Joan Pollitt
10/26/17
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