March-April 2019 Archives | Bethesda Magazine

March-April 2019

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Bridging the Gap

Two local moms started a business to help families communicate with teachers, doctors and others when a child has a medical condition

New Reads

Four recently released books from Bethesda-area authors

Left Behind

Parents aren’t the only ones who get sad when kids go off to college

Lighten Up

Pastel jacket picks for spring, plus a Potomac-based jewelry subscription service

Taking Off

Bethesda siblings Nicole and Shawn Powell have their sights set on the 2020 acrobatic gymnastics world championships

In the Mood for Mexican

Here are 10 offerings that highlight the crunchy, cheesy, citrusy, picante deliciousness of Mexican dishes and the food inspired by them
Crystal Carr Townsend at her Germantown office

On a Mission

As president of the Healthcare Initiative Foundation, Crystal Carr Townsend wants to make sure families living in poverty have the health and wellness services they need

Amenity Wars

Bethesda-area apartments and condos are taking luxury living to the next level

Home Sales Highlights and Trends

A look at 2018 real estate numbers in the Bethesda area

A Piece of the Past

Nearly 75 years after his father served in World War II, a Rockville attorney heard from a French count with ties to his family

Where Are They Now?

For the 10th year of the Bethesda Magazine Extraordinary Teen Awards, we checked in with some past winners
Eupepsia Wellness Resort

Weekend Adventures

A Guinness brewery, a hotel with a rock ’n’ roll theme and more

Med Care Manager |

Sunrise Senior Care

Director Of Communications |

Foundation for the National Institutes of Health

Administrative and Publications Manager |

National Association of Surety Bond Producers

Academic Technologist |

Lowell School

Bookkeeper/Accounting Assistant |

Cambridge Information Group

Leading Professionals »

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