July-August 2011

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Dress for Success Book Signing

The event featured speaker Amy Schoen, author of "How to Find and Keep Your Ideal Romantic Relationship," at Bloomingdale's in Chevy Chase.

Tasteful Gardeners

Bethesda-area diners are getting a fresh taste of the trend: chefs using their own gardens as the inspiration for restaurant dishes. Here, two local chefs tell how their gardens grow.

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.

Position for Life

A local therapist makes all the right moves to avert injury.

Bethesda Big Train 2011

Bethesda Magazine Night at the Big Train.

Web Exclusive: College Trivia

Whitman High School grad wins $53,800 on Jeopardy!

Cut for the Cure

George Bacchus Salon & Spa and black 15in1 Miracle Hair Treatment host an event to benefit the Susan G. Komen Foundation.

The View Up Here

In the wake of a family tragedy on 9/11, a West Virginia home becomes its owner-architect’s sanctuary.

Imaging a Better You

New technology aims to take the guesswork out of cosmetic surgery.
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