Whether it's through an eye-catching light fixture or an unexpected splash of color, a good interior designer has a knack for making a room feel unique and memorable.
Over the years, I had come to love the classic simplicity of black, gray and beige. But do the colors we wear mean more than we think?
St. Louis-Style Spare Ribs With Glaze
During the winter months, we often suffer from more than dry skin. An overnight spa trip can remedy the post-holiday blahs and put you in the mindset for spring.
Many of us crave a quiet escape after the holidays. These three high-end spas offer doting service and first-rate facilities. Here are some of the cold-weather treatments available this winter. Seasonal packages can vary, so it's worth checking with the spa before booking a trip
A new way to get good local produce in winter...Fresh granola from a Potomac Kitchen
Most people don't know what happens to the old couches, tables and lamps they donate to charity. Karen Murley uses them to create a home.
How one local man went from the computer room to the classroom
JoElle Lee, the Rockville-based aesthetician to first lady Michelle Obama and founder of JoElle SkinCare, offers tips on how to soothe itchy winter skin.
After years of shuttling kids to practice and freezing in the stands, these hockey moms were ready to get out on the ice.
After she had breast cancer surgery, Lisa Feldman hired a personal trainer. She had no idea the woman who would be helping her was on a mission of her own.
Gringos & Mariachis hits nearly all the right notes
Twenty-three-year-old Jennifer Vasquez has lived through devastating tragedy. She wants to use her experiences to help others.
Three local homeowners make the most of small living spaces
Todd Watkins, 48, director of the Department of Transportation, Montgomery County Public Schools
Bethesda Magazine Interview
Have you ever wondered who owns a gun shop in Montgomery county?
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.
Brian Frosh learned a lot about law from his father, a Bethesda attorney and longtime public servant.
July 19, 2014, in Bethany Beach