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The Perfect Fit

A Chevy Chase couple tailors a historic home to suit their lifestyle

Almost Famous

When it comes to social media, some pets have a mind of their own

Figuratively Speaking

Animal services in Montgomery County by the numbers

Finding Their Strength

Three years ago, a private jet crashed into Ken Gemmell's home in Gaithersburg, killing his wife and sons. Gemmell decided he wasn't going to let the tragedy destroy him or his daughter.

Table Talk

Taco Arepa, butternut soup times three, Fat Nomads food truck and more.

Memory Lanes

Bethesda's bowling game started in the 1890s and is still going strong today

In with the Old

Who needs the next bright shiny phone when the geniuses at Apple will fix the one you have

Switching Gears

Silver Spring's Shayla Cornick fell in love with indoor cycling and left her career in education to teach others the joy of riding

The Mix Master

How a local scientist swirls pixels instead of paint to create abstract works of art

Calling the Plays

Local restaurateur Mark Bucher dishes out business advice to NFL players

Flying High

A 13-year-old from Chevy Chase flips and twists his way to a world championship event

Recipe for a Classic Combo

It's comfort food times two when cheese and pasta get together

Mirror, Mirror

These must-have designs add color and sparkle to bare walls and even create the illusion of space

Weddings of the Year

A peek inside the celebrations of four local couples

Room to Grow

See inside the Bethesda home of Aly Jacobs and Matt Leydig. The kid-friendly colonial has six bedrooms and an open floor plan.

Book Report: Works by Local Authors

Our roundup of new reads, from parenting advice to history tomes

Round House Revival

How artistic director Ryan Rilette has transformed the Bethesda theater into one of the D.C. area's best

Peruvian Palate

Our restaurant critic checks out recently opened La Limeña Grill

Mrs. Brace Face

After three years of orthodontics in middle school, our writer needed more as an adult. And Invisalign alone wasn't enough.

Raising Her Voice

A Rockville children's author hopes to help readers understand what it means to be Muslim American

New Year, New Start

Need a break from technology, the holidays and the news cycle? A quick retreat may do you good.

Bethesda Interview: Sarah Pekkanen

The Chevy Chase resident and best-selling novelist talks about plot twists, scaling mountains and selling the movie rights to her latest book

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