May-June 2014

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Seeing the Light

After suffering a massive stroke at age 12, Potomac’s Joanne Shin could have continued to rage over what she’d lost. Instead, she started to paint. And that’s when she began to see the world differently.

Bach To Rock Battle of the Bands XIV

Leadership Montgomery Celebrates 25 Years

88th Annual Installation and Awards Luncheon

Lili and Nick Picerno

Married on May 18, 2013 at the Rockville Hilton

Shop Talk

Flats, red carpet ready, openings & closings

Cooking Class

The Uncomplicated Cobbler

Turning the Tables

8 ways we’re dining differently—from fast-casual to small plates to Instagramming our meals

Living Light

Three Bethesda area couples enjoy the feeling of freedom that comes with downsizing their homes

Small Comfort

It’s the latest trend in senior living: group homes that provide a more intimate setting and—for those willing to pay the price—even the frills of luxury living.
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