September-October 2017

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The Hurricane Hunter

This Silver Spring pilot has flown into dozens of storms

Addicted?

Our teens can't live without their phones—and the consequences are troubling

Extraordinary Educators

Meet six local teachers who are making a difference

These Animals Will Melt Your Heart

Meet the pigs, goats and other residents of the Poplar Spring Animal Sanctuary in Poolesville

The Recovery

Patients with facial palsy just want to look like themselves again

Restaurant Review: Macon Bistro & Larder

See what our critic says about the French meets Southern American fare at the Upper Northwest D.C. bistro

Where Bethesda-Area High School Grads Applied to College

Our look at the number of applicants and acceptances at more than 300 colleges

Driving Range: Plan a Trip to the Brandywine Valley

Three stops in Pennsylvania and Delaware make the region worth a visit

His Toughest Test Yet

Can former Montgomery County Council member Tom Perez bring together a fractured Democratic party?

Master Method Academy's Marco Sies Delivers Life Lessons

Bullied as a child, the champion kickboxer teaches more than martial arts
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