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Bethesda Row Juice Bar Starts Home Delivery — Puree Juice Bar (4903 Elm St.) has started a home delivery service after owner Amy Waldman heard many of her customers complain that it is too difficult to get around Bethesda. Puree is making its juices and foods out of a vegan commercial kitchen in Kensington. [Bethesda Magazine] Survivor of Chevy Chase Car Chase Crash Gets Probation — Reeco R. Richardson, 19, of Washington D.C. was in the stolen car that crashed into a tree in Chevy Chase Circle during a police chase. Richardson is suing the Montgomery County Police Department and started a website that prosecutors asked a judge to shut down. [The Gazette] Bethesda Art Walk Tonight — Bethesda Urban Partnership's monthly art walk starts tonight at 6 p.m. Visitors and art-seekers are encouraged to visit eight locations. [Bethesda Urban Partnership] Flickr photo by ehpien

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