November-December 2014


‘Look, Zack, you did it’

Whitney Ellenby’s life took an unexpected turn when her son was diagnosed with autism. When conventional therapy didn’t work for him, she took things into her own hands—and found a cause that changed her life.

All Aboard

After 30 years of planning and years of political bickering, the Purple Line is finally scheduled to break ground. The cost has ballooned and the argument for building it has morphed from relieving traffic to fostering community and economic development.

Ed Henry: Having fun questioning the President

Bethesda Magazine Interview

Philanthropist of the Year: Above and Beyond

As vice president of Darcars Automotive Group, Tammy Darvish is a busy, successful businesswoman who could show her support of local nonprofits by writing checks and chairing fancy galas. She does that and much more.

Family Style

A new addition provides the perfect excuse for a Potomac family to update their home with bright colors and playful patterns

Starting Over

Returning to work after staying home with kids can be intimidating. How do you explain the gap on your résumé? And what kind of job should you look for?

The Guide to Giving

Nearly 60 ways to make a difference in our community

Changing Her Story

As she neared her 60th birthday, former ABC News reporter Jackie Judd decided to take charge of her health. She’s lost 85 pounds and never felt better.


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