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Features

A Death Foretold

A Death Foretold

Did art restorer Azin Naimi know she was going to die? Some who knew her believe she did—though she couldn’t have foreseen how brutal and senseless the end would be

Hungry for History

Hungry for History

At the local culinary society CHoW, members indulge a taste for the past

The Up-and-Comers

The Up-and-Comers

The Bethesda area is home to lots of movers and shakers with long careers in business, politics and the arts. But it also has a number of rising stars who are making their mark before they’re even 40.

Anthrax: serious business

Anthrax: serious business

Can we breathe easy yet? An examination of how safe we are as two local firms battle it out to develop a next-generation vaccine

The Bigger, Better Birthday

The Bigger, Better Birthday

Say bye-bye to the little backyard bash. Children expect everything from disco dances to red-carpet events to celebrate their big day

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Departments

Hometown

Walking Tall

Walking Tall

A young woman overcomes daunting setbacks through determination, fortitude—and the kindness of strangers

Since You Asked

Since You Asked: May-June 2012

Since You Asked: May-June 2012

Questions and answers about the Bethesda area.

Story of My Life

Prom Knight

Prom Knight

The unlikely hero she never forgot

Suburban-ology

A Growing Understanding

A Growing Understanding

Sometimes the most important lessons in life can be learned right in your own backyard

Bethesda Magazine Interview

Glenn Carle: The Spy Who Said ‘No’

Glenn Carle: The Spy Who Said ‘No’

Bethesda Magazine interview

Domestic Disturbances

Trial by Jury Duty

Trial by Jury Duty

The woes of jury duty

Driving Range

Guiding Lights

Guiding Lights

More than a century ago, they safely directed ships to Maryland’s shores. Now these beacons provide an illuminating look at history

Person of Interest

Dancing Queen

Dancing Queen

At Strathmore, Lorraine Spiegler is guiding CityDance’s next generation step by step

Home & Garden

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Features in Bethesda HOME

The House of Spirits

The House of Spirits

A onetime speakeasy in Chevy Chase undergoes a dramatic transformation

Screen Test

Screen Test

Many local residents have found a way to beat the elements and enjoy outdoor living in almost every season, creating vacation-worthy spaces right at home.

Health

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Features in Bethesda HEALTH

The Art of Losing It

The Art of Losing It

Obese as a child, Bethesda’s Scott Kahan is making a reputation for himself as the go-to guy for weight management

Vision Quest

Vision Quest

Life can be hard enough when you’re a teenager. Imagine what it’s like when you have to struggle to see

The Shots Felt Around the World

The Shots Felt Around the World

How two Bethesda scientists’ collaboration led to the HPV vaccine against cervical cancer

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Follow the Leader

‘The Change’ Artist

‘The Change’ Artist

A menopause expert tells how she keeps her cool

Dine

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Features in Dine

The Candy Ma'am

The Candy Ma'am

Local, handcrafted caramels

Top (Local) Chefs

Top (Local) Chefs

The Bethesda area’s restaurant scene has plenty of television personalities, empire builders and multiple-award winners. We checked in with five of the biggest stars around to get their thoughts on foodie fame and learn about their next big plans.

Home on the Range

Home on the Range

‘Top Chef’ finalist Bryan Voltaggio brings star power and ambitious plans for a new restaurant to Friendship Heights

Upper Crusts

Upper Crusts

With several new pizza restaurants around, our food critic goes in search of the perfect pie

Have Food, Will Travel

Have Food, Will Travel

Thanks to social media, mobile vendors are selling everything from fish tacos to cupcakes in Montgomery County. They tweet—you eat

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Cooking Class

Cooking Class

Cooking Class

Traditional Pad Thai

Education and Parenting