Archive of: Features

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Making Its Silver Spring Debut... September-October 2011

Making Its Silver Spring Debut...

The Fillmore Music Hall opens to high hopes after years of controversy and complaints.

Tom Friedman Writes What’s Wrong September-October 2011

Tom Friedman Writes What’s Wrong

The New York Times Pulitzer-Prize winner and best-selling author talks about what's wrong with America.

September-October 2011

Where We Were on 9/11

Area residents recall the moment they learned of the terrorist attacks on 9/11.

A Sporting Solution? September-October 2011

A Sporting Solution?

With the high cost of high school athletics, booster clubs are stepping in to cover the financial breach—and creating an uneven playing field in the process.

Alexandra Robbins’ Revenge of the Nerds July-August 2011

Alexandra Robbins’ Revenge of the Nerds

The Walt Whitman graduate and best-selling author introduces Quirk Theory, and explains why she keeps returning to high school.

Don't Hate the Meter Man July-August 2011

Don't Hate the Meter Man

Milton Bonilla is a nice guy, really. But let your parking meter expire and he’ll have just the ticket.

Web Exclusive: New Bethesda Circulator July-August 2011

Web Exclusive: New Bethesda Circulator

The new vehicles feature upgraded seating and state-of-the-art interior and exterior design.

Nightmare on Elm Street July-August 2011

Nightmare on Elm Street

Try to find a weekend night parking spot in Garage 57 between Elm and Bethesda Avenue—or in Garage 40 in Woodmont Triangle—and believe us: You’ll exit screaming.

Take it Outside July-August 2011

Take it Outside

A number of area restaurants are bringing something special to the table: Mother Nature. Here are our favorites.

July-August 2011

2011 Short Story and Essay Contest

The winners, runners-up and honorable mentions.