January-February 2012

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Cycle for Survival

Approximately 400 cyclers rode in Cycle for Survival at Equinox Bethesda on Sunday, February 12, 2012.

Symphony Park Grand Opening

Hundreds came out to view the new home community

Working Out of the House

For most of us, a home gym means a treadmill, a few weights and a TV stuck in a basement that we visit rarely (if at all). But for some, a home gym is a source of inspiration.

Bannockburn newcomer's dinner

Old timers and newcomers come together to celebrate the neighborhood being named "Best of Bethesda" by Bethesda Magazine

Stephanie Nguyen and Ron Casey

Married at Our Lady of Mercy in May 2011.

Seeing the Light

Natural illumination—with its varying angles and intensities throughout the day—is part of the theater of living in a place, architect Phillip Eagleburger says. But achieving it can be tricky.

The Senior-Year Itch

Go to class? Do homework? In their final year of high school, a lot of students are saying, ‘Fugetaboutit’

The SAD Season

One woman’s journey into the light

Rockville Town Square Ice Rink Opening

Figure skating Olympian and World Champion, Kimmie Meissner performed for the audience.

The Perfect "Figure"

Bethesda’s Nancy Accetta will starve herself and train her body beyond the limits of normal endurance—all in a quest to achieve the physical perfection prized in the sport termed ‘bodybuilding lite’
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Joel Rubin for Delegate District 18

Apple Ballot endorsed, Chevy Chase Town Council member and Obama administration official, Joel will put education first so all students succeed. Early voting ends June 21.


Bethesda Magazine Green Awards

Nominations are now accepted. The submission deadline is Friday, June 29.