July-August 2014

Archive

Cooking Class

A sophisticated slice

Beacon on the Bay

A historic lighthouse shines on as a family getaway in Lewes, Del.

Fields of Dreams

Whitman grad Greg Glenn took a different path than most of his classmates—and ended up running a farm

Shop Talk

Summer trends, store openings and more

Love’s Her Job

How Bethesda’s Sophia Nash wrote romance into her life

Cruise Control

A Bethesda couple’s yacht provides comforts of home–and then some.

Making Connections

For a Kensington couple, news of their son’s devastating diagnosis was a call to action.

Bethesda Magazine Interview

George Pelecanos: Criminal Intent

Going Natural

Suburbanology: Kicking the mulch habit

One of Their Own

Paddling the treacherous whitewater of Great Falls earns kayakers a spot in an elite, close-knit community. When the rapids took the life of Shannon Christy, local kayakers refused to leave her behind.

All Hands on Deck

Feeling adventurous? An overnight sail can be a fun and different way to explore Annapolis and the Chesapeake Bay

Saving History

How one Chevy Chase woman helped to preserve the legacy of a lost community of Iraqi Jews

Table Talk

Comings and Goings, Food Finds and more

Serenity Now

Meditation is having its moment, as increasing numbers of people use the practice to cure what ails them

Hats Off!

To celebrate the magazine’s 10th anniversary, we pulled together some of our favorite people, places and things—all in the form of Top 10 lists.

The Uninvited Guests

Tired of deer treating your yard like a buffet? Here’s how one homeowner solved the problem

Write On

The Winners of the 2014 Short Story & Essay Contests

Saying Goodbye

Domestic Disturbances

Profiles

Your Guides to Leading
Local Professionals

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