January-February 2019 Archives | Bethesda Magazine

January-February 2019

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New Books By Local Authors

A cookbook, a psychological thriller and other recently released works

Trading Place

How an old structure in Bethesda got its start as a spot for the beaver pelt business

Second Shift

Some of Montgomery County’s rescue workers are moms with a passion for helping others

Moody Blues

Design tastemakers are excited about a new hue this year—a serene blue with subtle green and gray undertones. It’s popping up in paints and home furnishings.

Glove Up

Using my fists to fight Parkinson’s

‘A Totally New World’

When a gunman opened fire at a Pittsburgh synagogue in October, everything changed for the head of a Silver Spring-based refugee resettlement agency

Shop Talk

Tie-neck blouses for work or play. Plus, a new Potomac boutique offers edgy athleisure clothes.

Get Away

Plan a weekend to visit our picks: a mountain resort, a new hotel in Charlottesville and an orchid exhibit

Bethesda Interview: Elisabeth Bumiller

The New York Times’ Washington bureau chief talks about how the job has changed under President Trump, and more

Cold Play

A Pennsylvania town embraces the chilly weather with its Fire and Ice Festival

What’s in a Name?

Our restaurant critic found top-notch Italian food at a restaurant with a quirky moniker

Extra Point

Andre Smith has already realized two dreams. First he played in the NFL. Now he’s a Montgomery County police officer.

Regulatory Specialist |

Piper Companies

Administrative and Publications Manager |

National Association of Surety Bond Producers

Print/Digital Graphic Designer |

Manhattan Strategy Group

Donor Communications And Reporting Manager |

The Jewish Federation of Greater Washington

Rehab Office Coordinator |

Genesis Rehab Services

Facility Manager |

Bowlero Corporation

Bookkeeper/Accounting Assistant |

Cambridge Information Group

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