May-June 2013 Archives | Bethesda Magazine

May-June 2013


The Man Who Got Away

Bradford Bishop vanished after his family was brutally murdered in Bethesda. More than 37 years have passed, but two lawmen-one, the sheriff of Montgomery County; the other, retired-are still determined to find him.

Case Design/Remodeling, Inc. Opens New Design Studio

Grand opening celebration on Saturday, June 22

2nd Annual Reel Water Film Festival

The festival is a partnership between Bethesda Green, Mark Leisher Productions and Journey's Crossing Church aimed to inspire and inform our community about global and local water issues.

Chefs’ Tests

When the experts dine out, critical thinking is the order of the day

Lauren Cole and Michael Zelin

Married on September 4, 2011 at the Washington Hebrew Congregation

Critters for the Cure 2013

On Saturday, June 8 in the Kentlands

Literacy Council of Montgomery County’s 50th Anniversary

Held on Sunday, June 2 at VisArts at Rockville Town Square

Imagination Bethesda 2013

The annual children's festival on Saturday, June 1

Food & Whine

In the age of social media, everybody's a critic. And for restaurateurs, online reviews are changing the very way they do business.

Martha Grimes, Woman of Mystery

Bethesda Magazine interview


Forget the rickety little structures of our childhoods: Today's tree houses are decidedly upscale

Match Game

A once-common item provides an illuminating look at Bethesda's past

Kids Yoga Instructor |

Life Time Inc.

Activity Assistant |

Charles E. Smith Life Communities

Big Data Engineer |


Business & Finance Paralegal |

Shulman Rogers

Hotline Specialist |


Program Officer |

de Beaumont Foundation

SAT/ACT reading/writing tutor |

BreakThrough Test Prep

Social Media Specialist |

The Henry M. Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine

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