Archive of: Features



What’s on Stage January-February 2013

What’s on Stage

A look at some of the top productions coming to the Bethesda area this spring

The Last Wishes of Nathan Talbott November-December 2012

The Last Wishes of Nathan Talbott

Unread for more than 50 years, the Montgomery County resident’s final will and testament included a startling request

Give and Let Give November-December 2012

Give and Let Give

For the 2012 Philanthropists of the Year, helping others is just what they do

November-December 2012

The Guide to Giving

60-plus ways to help the community

Class Acts September-October 2012

Class Acts

Exceptional educators often do more than teach lessons; they inspire students in ways that can last a lifetime. From a counselor who’s passionate about peace to a teacher who makes learning math fun, here are six educators who continue to make the grade

Suburban Jungle September-October 2012

Suburban Jungle

They’re lurking just outside your door: foxes, coyotes and bats—oh, my!

Hairapy Sessions September-October 2012

Hairapy Sessions

At Rockville’s Oasis Salon, a diverse group of women connect over curl talk

Angel in Her Corner September-October 2012

Angel in Her Corner

Two people lay dying—one, a young woman from North Potomac; the other, a champion boxer from Chicago. The death of one would be the salvation of the other.

Maggie Rose, By Any Other Name September-October 2012

Maggie Rose, By Any Other Name

Meet the singer formerly known as Margaret Durante—an up-and-comer in the world of country music from, of all places, Potomac

Meeting Their Match July-August 2012

Meeting Their Match

Local couples share the (funny, touching, scary) stories of how they met