March-April 2018 Archives | Bethesda Magazine

March-April 2018

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8 Great ‘Affordable’ Neighborhoods

We've rounded up Bethesda-area neighborhoods with nice houses, a strong sense of community, a convenient location-and the relatively low average price of less than $700,000.

Figuratively Speaking

Public school buses in Montgomery County, by the numbers

New Places to Live

A guide to luxury apartments, condos and townhomes in the Bethesda area

Lovin’ Lancaster

Our roundup of food finds in the Pennsylvania city includes market stands, factory tours and farm-to-table restaurants

Skin Matters

A North Bethesda dermatologist on applying sunscreen, where skin cancers can hide and what she uses on her own face

Sleep on It

The search for a new mattress can get complicated

‘I’m Here—You’re OK’

Our family was hiking in Hawaii when my son had a terrifying seizure. The next day we learned what caused it, and what he still had to face.

Showstopper

Silver Spring native Ethan Slater watched Spongebob SquarePants as a child. Now he's playing the animated sea sponge on Broadway.

Too Much Stuff

How to get rid of everything you don't want.

Kitchen Buzz

Bethesda beekeeper observes life of indoor hive

Soup’s Up

A local delivery service aims to provide comfort to body and soul

Their Lovely Day

A local couple's Bethesda wedding included tearjerker vows and a best man speech to remember

Top Teens

Meet the winners of Bethesda Magazine's 2018 Extraordinary Teen Awards

By the Numbers

Home sales trends for more than 440 neighborhoods in the Bethesda area

Book Report: Works by Local Authors

A roundup of new reads, from a cookbook to a hiking guide

Shop Talk

Our picks for spring slides, plus a luxury concierge service based in Silver Spring

Steaking His Claim

Chef Ashish Alfred turns 4935 Bar and Kitchen into a promising steak house

The Long Shot

Maryland Congressman John Delaney has spent much of his life taking risks that paid off. Now the Potomac resident is taking his biggest risk-he's running for president.

‘Nobody’s Dying Today’

Nursing assistant Katelyn Losquadro stopped to help an injured driver of a single-car accident. That decision changed both of their lives.

On Her Watch

Laurie Duker works to improve how local judges and courts deal with domestic violence cases

Table Talk

A local meal-kit company, restaurant news and more

Bethesda Interview: Pascale Lemaire

The wardrobe and prop stylist from Silver Spring talks about reality TV fame, dressing Jill Biden, and why her job isn't always glamorous

Things to See and Do in the Bethesda Area in March and April

Our picks for music, shows and other entertainment

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