Archive of: Features



Anthrax: serious business May-June 2012

Anthrax: serious business

Can we breathe easy yet? An examination of how safe we are as two local firms battle it out to develop a next-generation vaccine

The Bigger, Better Birthday May-June 2012

The Bigger, Better Birthday

Say bye-bye to the little backyard bash. Children expect everything from disco dances to red-carpet events to celebrate their big day

March-April 2012

Stanley Retracts Controversial Remarks

County Planning Director Rollin Stanley today issued a public apology for controversial remarks he made in a Bethesda Magazine article.

The Education of Nicol Copeland March-April 2012

The Education of Nicol Copeland

How do you deal with the anxiety over meeting a child’s special needs? If you’re Jillian Copeland, you start your own school.

Coming Attractions March-April 2012

Coming Attractions

Some of the other projects planned for the area

March-April 2012

Wellington Calls on Stanley to Resign

Activist says planning director's apology for controversial comments is "a day late and a dollar short."

The Future is Looking Up March-April 2012

The Future is Looking Up

Picture yourself strolling the Champs-Élysées, visiting shops and restaurants before retiring to your high-rise above it all. Now picture yourself doing that in Montgomery County

In Like Flint March-April 2012

In Like Flint

The plan to transform the Rockville Pike corridor is being called the biggest thing to hit this area since the Red Line

The Ride of Her Life March-April 2012

The Ride of Her Life

A Bethesda native, Darley Newman, puts her own twist on travel—and crafts an enviable career—as the horseback-riding host of the PBS series Equitrekking

Aiden Ever After January-February 2012

Aiden Ever After

The life, loss and legacy of a transgender student at B-CC