May-June 2015

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Tips on Local Weekend Trips

New roller coaster at Hershey Park; The Spa at the Omni Homestead

The Life of an Emergency Room Doctor

Emergency medicine physician Tara Coles treats everything from earaches to heart attacks

How to Grill Salmon and Other Proteins

Tips for Grilling Fish

A Road Trip Through History Reveals West Virginia's Other Wild Side

Journey back to 1900

45 Options for Delicious Takeout and Delivery Meals

Where to go and what to eat when you don't feel like cooking

The Latest Bethesda-area Restaurant Openings, Closings and Trends

Cookies are making a come back; Ethiopian goes fast casual

Rockville's American Dance Institute Is Pushing Audiences in New Directions

ADI is an incubator for cutting-edge dance

How Three Bethesda-area Couples Created the Master Bedrooms of Their Dreams

From soothing color palettes to hidden hampers to cozy seating areas

How the Goffs Moved On

Potomac resident Irma Goff lost her husband and three daughters in one of the most horrific murder cases in Montgomery County history. After all the media coverage ended, she and her son, Scott, had to do something many people couldn't fathom: go on with their lives.

Hank Dietles Has Been Serving Beer in Bethesda for 99 Years

Tavern on Rockville Pike is one of Montgomery County's last true roadhouses
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Joel Rubin for Delegate District 18

Apple Ballot endorsed, Chevy Chase Town Council member and Obama administration official, Joel will put education first so all students succeed. Early voting ends June 21.


Bethesda Magazine Green Awards

Nominations are now accepted. The submission deadline is Friday, June 29.