July-August 2011

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Dress for Success Book Signing

The event featured speaker Amy Schoen, author of "How to Find and Keep Your Ideal Romantic Relationship," at Bloomingdale's in Chevy Chase.

Tasteful Gardeners

Bethesda-area diners are getting a fresh taste of the trend: chefs using their own gardens as the inspiration for restaurant dishes. Here, two local chefs tell how their gardens grow.

Taking the Rap

A B-CC grad known as KAM Royal finds a musical fan base that's loyal.

Alexandra Robbins’ Revenge of the Nerds

The Walt Whitman graduate and best-selling author introduces Quirk Theory, and explains why she keeps returning to high school.

Don't Hate the Meter Man

Milton Bonilla is a nice guy, really. But let your parking meter expire and he'll have just the ticket.

Web Exclusive: New Bethesda Circulator

The new vehicles feature upgraded seating and state-of-the-art interior and exterior design.

The Incredible Lightness of Bee-ing

Potomac's Jason Schwartz finds his new career healthier in every way.

Smooth Customers

The zeitgeist of getting a professional blow-dry.

Position for Life

A local therapist makes all the right moves to avert injury.

Bethesda Big Train 2011

Bethesda Magazine Night at the Big Train.

The Escape Artist

Tyra was a lovable pooch who loved to wander outside. Now, she was slipping away for good.

Web Exclusive: College Trivia

Whitman High School grad wins $53,800 on Jeopardy!

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