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The Indomitable Spirit of Adam Keys

The Indomitable Spirit of Adam Keys

For a young soldier, war is a lesson in hard math: One best friend and three comrades, lost. Three limbs, gone. One marriage, ended. 130-plus surgeries, endured. But also: one family undivided, one will, unbroken.

Is This the  Next Bill Gates?

Is This the Next Bill Gates?

Timothy Hwang was already making a name for himself as a student at Wootton High School. Now, the 22-year-old is inviting comparisons to the titans of tech with a smart new startup that's attracting major-league investors.

Top Teens 2014

Top Teens 2014

Bethesda Magazine's Extraordinary Teen Awards

We Don't Know How She Does It

We Don't Know How She Does It

We went searching for Supermom. We found her in Chevy Chase.

Mad Hot Ballroom

Mad Hot Ballroom

Every dance has a story. And every dancer does, too. For the dancers at Einstein High School entering the annual Latin Dance Competition, it’s a story in search of a happy ending.

The New 'New' Downtowns

The New 'New' Downtowns

City-style living or suburban convenience? Two rising developments—one in Rockville, the other in Gaithersburg—continue the latest trend by offering both.

Running Into Tragedy

Running Into Tragedy

The author was hoping to set a record for completing consecutive Boston Marathons—but terrorists had other plans

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Departments

Hometown

Finding Weezy

Finding Weezy

A Chevy Chase doctor’s quest for the woman who most influenced his childhood: the family housekeeper

Shop Talk

Shop Talk

Shop Talk

Statement cuffs, a pop-up children's book dealer, watches and more

Suburban-ology

Different Strokes

Different Strokes

Women of a certain age discover the benefits of being bouyant

Bethesda Magazine Interview

Bethesda Magazine Interview: Tom Ridge

Bethesda Magazine Interview: Tom Ridge

How Tom Ridge sleeps at night

Domestic Disturbances

Suburban Safari

Suburban Safari

Driving Range

Mountain Music

Mountain Music

Welcome to Virginia’s Crooked Road music trail, where the scenery’s fine, the people are friendly and the songs are toe-tappingly good

Home & Garden

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Features in Bethesda HOME

Designed to Work

Designed to Work

Three homeowners enlist help in creating their home offices—and get spaces that are clearly up to any task

Reimagining The Rambler

Reimagining The Rambler

An Italian architect and her military doctor-husband put a contemporary slant on a 1940s Bethesda ranch house

Health

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Features in Bethesda HEALTH

Straight Talk

Straight Talk

Women spend thousands of dollars a year to achieve smooth, silky hair. But are the chemicals used in those treatments safe?

Cancer: The Survivors Club

Cancer: The Survivors Club

Meet five Bethesda-area people who’ve overcome the Big C—and inspired others because of it

Dine

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Features in Dine

Riggo on the Range

Riggo on the Range

Former Washington Redskins Running Back John Riggins is Scoring Points with a New Passion

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Reviews

Pleased To Meat You

Pleased To Meat You

Urban Butcher brings another destination dining spot to Silver Spring

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Cooking Class

Dressing for Success

Dressing for Success

L'Academie de Cuisine's chef tells how to dress for success with the perfect vinaigrette.

Education and Parenting