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Andrews Takes The Door-Knocking Route In County Exec Race — Democratic county executive candidate Phil Andrews, running against incumbent Isiah Leggett and former county executive Doug Duncan, won't take political donations from interest groups or developers. Instead, he sees a path to victory through a far-reaching door-knocking campaign. He hopes to hit 30,000 doors by the June primary and differentiate himself enough from the two men who have the job for the past 19 years. [Washington Post] Upscale Yard Sale This Weekend — Bethesda's Hair by Paabo, Blush Med Institute, Waygoose Redux, Blue House, Daisy Baby, Reddz, Creative Parties and Bella Italia will take part in the third Upscale Yard Sale sidewalk sale on Saturday in Woodmont Triangle. The sale runs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Norfolk Avenue, between Fairmont and St Elmo Avenues. [Upscale Yard Sale via B-CC Chamber of Commerce] Suburban Offers Home Sleep Testing — Suburban Hospital now offers home sleep testing to diagnose sleeping disorders. Insurance companies can require a home study be completed before or instead of a study in the hospital. Sleep technicians are available to set up home appointments. [Suburban Hospital] Studio B Still Looking For Artists — The application deadline has been pushed back for three new art studio spaces in downtown Bethesda. Studio B, from the Bethesda Urban Partnership, is offering $295, $405 and $475 monthly rents for the studios. The new deadline to apply is Oct. 25. Email if you're interested in seeing the space. [Bethesda Urban Partnership] Flickr photo by SPakhrin

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