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Hometown: The Miracle Field

Germantown’s Miracle Field is giving kids with special needs the chance to play baseball
6 days ago

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

ADI is an incubator for cutting-edge dance
2 months ago

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.
2 months ago

A Bethesda Mother's Extraordinary Efforts to Find a Stem Cell Donor for Her Daughter

Daughter was suffering from Hodgkin's lymphoma
2 months ago

Figuratively Speaking: School Lunches by the Number

Every school day, thousands of Montgomery County students depend on Montgomery County Public Schools for their nutrition. It’s an enormous undertaking. Here’s a look at the MCPS food and nutrition program by the numbers.
2 months ago

Navigating the Local Eldercare System: A First Person Account

As my father's mental and physical health began to decline, I found myself in the very confusing and complicated world of eldercare
2 months ago

Hometown: A Teacher After All

For Liz Winchell, owning a pottery studio is about more than creating ceramics
2 months ago

Teaching Teens How to Drive

Kids can't wait to get their license, but teaching them to drive can be one of the most frustrating phases of parenting.
2 months ago

Fly Fishing in the Virginia Piedmont

A writer explores a sport beloved by her father, brother, husband and son for the first time.
4 months ago

Be Well: Just Keep Moving

Fitness instructor Kristine Oleson is giving other moms of young kids a gift—time to exercise.
4 months ago

A Conversation with Emily Yoffe

As the writer of "Dear Prudence," Slate's advice column, Emily Yoffe considers the problems of hundreds of people every week. She talks about her most memorable letters, her biggest gaffe and more.
4 months ago

Walk to Everything

In these neighborhoods, residents have the best of both worlds: They live in single-family homes on quiet, leafy streets but are steps away from farmers markets, restaurants, shops and more.
4 months ago

Enjoy The Show

Remember when stadium seating was a big deal, popcorn with extra butter was a treat, and dinner and a movie meant a bite at a restaurant before or after the show? A new wave of luxury theaters is transforming Saturday night at the movies.
4 months ago

When Everything Changed

Twenty-three-year-old Jennifer Vasquez has lived through devastating tragedy. She wants to use her experiences to help others.
6 months ago

The Mini Masterpiece

Every parent with a young child in school or day care is faced with the guilt-ridden choice between which art stays and which goes into the circular file.
6 months ago

Mom Talk

How local support groups are helping new mothers stay connected
6 months ago

‘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.
8 months ago

Education’s New Model

Traditional teaching methods aren’t doing enough to engage kids and prepare them for the 21st-century workplace. At Wheaton High School, teachers and students are exploring a hands-on approach to learning.
9 months ago
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