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March-April 2013

Features

The Nanny & Mrs. Senker

The Nanny & Mrs. Senker

How do two women from different circumstances and different parts of the world end up the best of friends? A story about the synchronicity of friendship

The Endless Season

The Endless Season

Once, the oyster was synonymous with Maryland cuisine. Now, a Bethesda man is banking on its revival—with a farm-raised mollusk that can be eaten on the half-shell year-round

Letting Joey Go

Letting Joey Go

There’s only so much parents can do to shape their children’s lives. Sandra Swenson learned that the hard way, when one of her two sons followed the straight and narrow—while the other spiraled into addiction.

The Insider's Guide to Silver Spring

The Insider's Guide to Silver Spring

Here’s a guide to some of the community’s offerings, from the restaurants and shops that locals frequent to the events that draw thousands to its downtown each year.

The  Contrarian of the County Council

The Contrarian of the County Council

Marc Elrich has been known to follow the path of most resistance. That’s what worries his critics—particularly when they hear he could be the next county executive.

Extreme Homes

Extreme Homes

Biggest, oldest, most expensive, oddest, most modern and more

Silver Spring Resource Guide

Silver Spring Resource Guide

List of schools, parks, community leaders and more

Retro Fit

Retro Fit

A local landmark harks back to another era in its new incarnation as the Bethesda Blues & Jazz Supper Club

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Departments

Hometown

The Art of Fitting In

The Art of Fitting In

A local nonprofit offers teenagers a creative outlet—and a sense of belonging

Shop Talk

Shop Talk

Shop Talk

Floral patterns, Rita G’s Chapter Two Boutique and more

The High Cost of Prom

The High Cost of Prom

Memories don't come cheap

Since You Asked

Since You Asked: March-April 2013

Since You Asked: March-April 2013

Questions and answers about the Bethesda area.

Bethesda Magazine Interview

John Feinstein: The Sporting Life

John Feinstein: The Sporting Life

Bethesda Magazine interview

Domestic Disturbances

Goodnight, House

Goodnight, House

Moving to a new home

Driving Range

The Bridges of Washington County

The Bridges of Washington County

Spanning the past in the scenic western reaches of Maryland

Once Upon a Time

Live from...Wheaton?

Live from...Wheaton?

Where television was born

Home & Garden

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Features in Bethesda HOME

Restoration Drama

Restoration Drama

A crumbling roof. Collapsed ceilings. Raccoons, both living and dead. A local builder’s mammoth undertaking at historic Baltzley Castle becomes his own private obsession

What Do You Get For...

What Do You Get For...

$500,000, $750,000, $1 Million-plus and $2 Million-plus

Health

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Features in Bethesda HEALTH

iHeal

iHeal

For soldiers dealing with PTSD and other issues, the military has endorsed a novel treatment: a form of mindful meditation known as iRest

Cosmetic Changes

Cosmetic Changes

More and more people want younger, fresher looking skin. What they don’t want is to go under the knife.

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Follow the Leader

Winning Ways

Winning Ways

How a local sports psychologist keeps that competitive edge

Dine

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Features in Dine

Table Talk: March-April 2013

Table Talk: March-April 2013

Mobile pizzerias, vegan commercial kitchen, jDickey’s and more

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Reviews

Amazing Range

Amazing Range

Bryan Voltaggio goes bold and big—really big— with his new Friendship Heights eatery

Club Med

Club Med

Wildwood Kitchen provides a welcome retreat, with a menu of (somewhat) healthier choices and plenty of ambience

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Cooking Class

Cooking Class

Cooking Class

Lamb Chop Lollipops with Plum Compote and Honey-Roasted Baby Carrots

Education and Parenting

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Education

Top Teens 2013

Top Teens 2013

Bethesda Magazine's 2012 Extraordinary Teen Awards

Top Teens 2013 Video

Top Teens 2013 Video

Bethesda Magazine's 2013 Extraordinary Teen Awards